Liam and Noel Gallagher ‘start planning knebworth gigs’

Speculation is heating up around an Oasis reunion, with Liam and Noel Gallagher reportedly flirting with the idea.

It is claimed that an idea has been floated by Liam’s agent Wasserman for four huge concerts to be held at Knebworth, a 125,000-capacity venue in Hertfordshire, in 2025.

The band will perform together for the first time since V Festival in the summer of 2009.

Brothers Liam, 50, and Noel, 55, performed in front of 250,000 at Knebworth in 1996, and Liam is back on stage in 2022 for 170,000.

A source told The Sun: ‘It is very early days for planning, and the proposed dates are a long way off. But if all the members agree to do it then history will be made.

Born to perform: Speculation is heating up around an Oasis reunion, with Liam, 50 (pictured), and Noel Gallagher, 55, reportedly flirting with the idea (pictured last June)
The Shows: It is claimed that an idea has been floated by Liam’s agent Wasserman for four massive concerts at 125,000-capacity venue Knebworth in Hertfordshire in 2025 (Noel pictured in June last year)

‘Tickets will sell like hot cakes and fans will be ecstatic to see the band back together again.

‘It would be the perfect way for Oasis to get back together and not involve an exhausting touring schedule.’

Both Liam and Noel are currently working on their solo albums and are each due to tour next year.

MailOnline has contacted representatives for Liam and Noel for comment.

Blur’s Damon Albarn said he was ready to ‘put money’ on a reunion of Britpop rivals Oasis.

The hitmakers of Parklife have reunited and released their comeback single The Narcissist this week.

They also have a number of intimate warm-up gigs ahead of two big comeback shows at Wembley Stadium this July.

And frontman Damon, 55, has insisted he believes feuding siblings Liam and Noel Gallagher will put behind their estrangement to reform and have a much bigger reunion.

Oasis eventually split in the summer of 2009 following a backstage bust-up between frontman Liam and guitarist Noel (pictured in 2005).

Damon told The Sun: ‘I can guarantee they are going to improve. In fact, I have invested money in it.

‘They are brothers and it would be great to see them reconcile.’

He quipped: The only funny thing is that our two nights at Wembley will be dwarfed by their intake!’

Oasis split in the summer of 2009 after a backstage bust-up between frontman Liam and guitarist Noel.

Liam has been calling for an Oasis reunion for years, but there’s no budging from his arch-enemy brother.

Noel recently raised fans’ hopes when he urged his little brother to ‘call your people my people’.

Speaking in a radio interview in France on France Inter, Noel said: ‘There’s something in the newspapers in England today.

,[Liam] persuade your people to call my people; They know who they are, they know where we are. Stop talking nonsense on the internet, and let’s see what you have to say.’

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The reporter then asked if that was enough to reunite Oasis, to which he replied: ‘You’d think so, wouldn’t you? you would think. He has my number, he has my manager’s number, call us. But you know what? He won’t call.

Noel admitted earlier this year that he wouldn’t ‘never say never’ to a reunion.

He told BBC Radio Manchester: ‘You should never say, [but] It would have to take an extraordinary set of circumstances.

‘That’s not to say those situations will never come.’

The Champagne Supernova hitmaker was then asked how she and Liam are getting on these days, to which she sarcastically replied: ‘Oh, brilliantly, yes. In fact, yes.

The band is reuniting this summer to mark the 30th anniversary of their debut album Definitely Maybe Not.

Dates: Blur (pictured in 2015) will rejoin the stage for their 35-anniversary this summer, kicking off the tour on June 1 in Spain before their final concert in Japan in late August

However, Noel put together the lost songs prior to the recording sessions for the landmark 1994 LP.

He told the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera: ‘We have found tapes of those sessions in the Sony archives.

‘We thought they were lost, but they were mislabelled. They’re wonderful versions of those songs, some acoustic versions.

‘There will be no tour – we will not get them back to play together.’

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