NOEL Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will descend on Scarborough Open Air Theatre on July 6.

The former Oasis guitarist is heading to the East Coast on the back of the number one success of last November's Who Built The Moon? album, as he returns to the OAT, where his Birds played a sell-out show in the summer of 2016 as part of their Chasing Yesterday Tour.

Who Built the Moon?, featuring the singles It’s A Beautiful World and Holy Mountain, is the third album from Gallagher’s band on Sour Mash Records.

Produced by producer, DJ and composer David Holmes, it achieved gold status within two weeks, marking a hat-trick of top spots after 2011’s eponymous debut and 2015’s Chasing Yesterday.

This is also a record-breaking tenth consecutive chart-topping studio album for Gallagher: no other act has a perfect streak of number one studio albums as long as the 51-year-old Mancunian.

Earlier this year, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds embarked on their Stranded On The Earth World Tour 2018/19, performing shows in North America and Europe, followed by British and Irish arena dates in the spring.

Tickets for July 6 are on sale at, in person from the Scarborough Open Air Theatre box office, in Burniston Road, and the Discover Yorkshire Coast Tourism Bureau, in Scarborough Town Hall, St Nicholas Street, or on 01723 818111 and 01723 383636.