Noel Gallagher is reportedly set to appear at Glastonbury 18 years since Oasis last performed at the festival.
The 54-year-old rocker has been “pencilled in” to play on the Pyramid Stage with High Flying Birds on the weekend of June 25, to serve as the warm-up concert for the to-be-announced headliner.
A source has told newspaper: “Noel has never played at a live performance in the festival of Glastonbury apart from Oasis.
“This will be an incredibly moment for him. It will be a memorable occasion for this festival.
“He is currently pencilled on the list for the line-up for the Pyramid Stage on the Saturday of Glastonbury and will perform just before the headliner.”
The insider said the sister Haim’s trio Haim is also scheduled to perform on Noel.
They also added: “Haim, who are best pals with Taylor Swift, are also scheduled to be on just before him. They played a live-streamed set from Worthy Farm last year and were a huge hit.”
It was reported that the Britpop musician who was the group’s first guitarist is set to make his first performance as a solo artist at the renowned event in the year 2020 for the 50th anniversary edition of the Worthy Farm extravaganza, before it was cancelled due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
With Oasis The “Some Might Say” hitmaker performed at Glastonbury three times, the first at the 1994 NME Stage in 1994, at a time when the band was unnoticed.
The hitmakers from ‘Wonderwall’ – who broke up in 2009 due to an incident backstage that involved Noel along with his estranged brother along with former lead singer Liam became headliners on the Pyramid Stage one year later to perform at the 25th anniversary celebration during the height of the Britpop trend.
The Manchester legends first performed in 2004, in the closing of the festival.
Liam 49 was a performer at Glastonbury as part of Beady Eye – the group formed by him following the breakup of Oasis in 2013 and as an artist on his own in 2017 and in 2019.
Billie Eilish is set to perform on Friday the 24th of June. Diana Ross will play the legendary Sunday afternoon slot on June 26.
Little Simz has just been confirmed as the headliner of on the West Holts Stage.