Liam Gallagher 'won't play Glastonbury again' Published May 9 2011, 16:44 BST | By Lewis Corner Recommend 1 Tweet 3 0© WENN Liam Gallagher has insisted that he will never play Glastonbury festival again.The Beady Eye frontman claimed that the event has become too saturated with celebrities and complained about the stage's audio capabilities."The sound is s**t and really quiet," he told the News of the World."And now it's like Bond Street with mud, with loads of celebrities walking around in their boots and umbrellas. I'm not having it."Beady Eye have been confirmed for the Reading and Leeds festivals, while this year's Glastonbury is headlined by Beyoncé, U2 and Coldplay.Gallagher recently branded the Michael Jackson statue outside Fulham FC "ridiculous".Listen to Beady Eye's new single 'Millionaire' below:MoreLiam GallagherMusicNextNicola Roberts to interview Lady GaGaPreviousRobert Pattinson 'to concentrate on music'