The ex-Oasis songwriter is playing a short tour of smaller venues this October in support of his Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds album. The dates sold out in just six minutes.
Gallagher told Absolute Radio's Christian O'Connell Breakfast Show: "To be honest I've had bigger aftershow parties than most of these gigs, so yeah, I don't really like the little gigs.
"You tend to get into inane conversations with people about your shoes and stuff, 'Where do you get those shoes? Oh, Dolcis? Where do you get your headband? Top Man? Nice one'.
"So I prefer the bigger gigs where you kind of get less nervous, I would get less nervous at Wembley than I would, say, at Hammersmith Apollo, do you know what I mean?"
Asked if he hopes to show off his ability as a solo artist, Gallagher replied: "If I'm being honest I've not got that fist-clenching, air-punching mentality about me anyway.
"I'm not really that fussed about being a frontman... I've got no moves. People are coming, I hope people are not coming to see anything because there's nothing to see."
Gallagher added: "I've got to learn how to do this in front of a paying, expectant crowd, and the years of me, you know, my young manhood has gone.
"I'm kind of like 'Look, let's just play the songs'. I hope against hope that the songs will carry the night through and I don't look too grumpy on stage."
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Listen to Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds B-side 'The Good Rebel' below: