Due to join Liam Gallagher on the Saturday are Kasabian, Michael Kiwanuka, Goat Girl and Fat White Family.
A second date at Knebworth Park has been announced by Liam Gallagher before a general sale of tickets is due to start tomorrow morning.
It, of course, means the two nights Oasis played there in 1996 have been matched; two nights whose 25th anniversary is being marked next summer on Friday, June 3rd and Saturday, June 4th.
“I’m absolutely buzzing that I’ll be playing Knebworth Park,” Gallagher said of the original gig. “It’s gonna be biblical.”
Also announced at the start of this month was the release of the Oasis frontman’s third solo album C’MON YOU KNOW on May 27th next year, the follow-up to 2019’s Why Me. Why Not?.
“A breezy freedom inhabits the album,” Live4ever’s review reads. “Now That I’ve Found You is a message to his formerly estranged daughter Molly who re-entered his life a few years ago.”
“It manages to combine Semisonic with Status Quo, which is probably not something you thought you wanted but is a pleasant surprise.”
“Elsewhere, Alright Now skips everywhere melodically with a jaunty bridge and a Harrison solo as played by David Gilmour. It’s got no discernible chorus but that works in its favour.”