HELLRAISER Liam Gallagher’s heart has been melted by the Capital it would seem - despite subzero temperatures.
The former Oasis frontman and badboy of indie rock braved -5 degrees to play last night’s Sleep in the Park event.
And the Wonderwall singer took to social media after to praise the city and the warm welcome he received.
“Edinburgh you are mega had a top time lovely city seen bits that I didn’t know existed don’t go changing as you were LG x” he tweeted.
More than 8,000 spent the night in Princes Street Gardens for the Social Bite-organised event.
Supporters had to raise at least £100 to take part and donations topped £3.6m at the beginning of the evening.
Joining LIam on stage were Deacon Blue, Amy Macdonald and Frightened Rabbit.
John Cleese told a bedtime story and Rob Brydon, Sir Chris Hoy and Sir Bob Geldolf spoke to the crowd.
Support our Christmas campaign to make Edinburgh the Capital of Kindness - Sign up HERE