Liam Gallagher to headline Knebworth gig – 25 years after iconic 90s Oasis gig

Liam Gallagher has sent fans into a frenzy after announcing a new album is on the horizon.

The loud-mouthed Oasis star plans to release ‘C’MON YOU KNOW’ on May 27 next year and hopes it will be his fourth consecutive number one.

In addition, Liam will also perform the “biggest gig of his solo career” at iconic Knebworth Park in Hertfordshire on June 4.

The 49-year-old singer said: "I'm absolutely buzzing to announce that on 4th June 2022 I'll be playing Knebworth Park. It's gonna be biblical. C'mon You Know. LG x [sic]"

Opening the Knebworth Park stage will be Goat Girl, Fat White Family and "very special guests" Michael Kiwanuka and Kasabian.

Fans will remember the legendary Oasis gigs at Knebworth back in 1996, where the band played in front of 250,000 people.

The 25th anniversary also ties in with the release of the feature-length documentary Oasis Knebworth 1996, which NME described as “an era-defining gig that will live forever.”

In other news, Liam recently had to pull out of playing a gig in Belfast after he fell out of a helicopter.

In true rock star fashion, he claimed he had the accident just after headlining the Isle Of Wight festival a few weeks ago.

He shared a picture of his painful-looking face, and captioned it: "So check this out, I fell out the helicopter last night, you couldn't write it. All good, who said RnR is dead, Keith Moon eat your drum skin out, C'mon you know [sic]."

Liam then shared the same snap again, joking: "Got the cover shot for the next album, c'mon you nose."

The show has now been rescheduled to June 2022, and fans are already marking the date in their diaries.

The dad of four has also celebrated his 49th birthday recently and thanked fans for their good wishes, as well as sharing a jokey card that made fun of his current plight.

Meanwhile, his estranged brother Noel called him a “charlatan” when it comes to his infamous partying ways.

When asked during a radio interview by a fan about which of his showbiz connections “were all talk” when it comes to boozing, Noel promptly replied: “Our kid”.

Noel, 54, added: “A lot of them in the game can’t walk it like they talk it and Americans don’t really know how to do it.

“Except Woody Harrelson, he’s a warrior.”

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