The former Oasis member will return to his hometown for an outdoor concert at Heaton Park, which will be held on June 12, 2020.
Although details about the forthcoming show are still scarce, Gallagher teased that he will perform songs from his two solo albums, "As You Were" and "Why Me? Why Not," as well as "stone-cold Oasis classics."
So if you haven't heard I'm playing HEATON PARK 12th June 2020 I'll be playing songs from my 2 no 1 solo albums and yes you guessed it some stone cold OASIS classics c'mon you know LG x— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) November 27, 2019
Manchester's Heaton Park bears a particular significance for fans of Oasis as the band performed their last-ever hometown shows at the venue in June 2009, shortly before their notorious split.
Gallagher has also recently announced that he will headline Glasgow's TRNSMT festival alongside English indie rock band Courteeners and Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi.
The festival, which will take place from July 12 to 14, will also include performances by Ian Brown, Snow Patrol, Foals, Keane, Rita Ora, Blossoms and more.
Gallagher is currently in the middle of his world tour in support of his latest album, "Why Me? Why Not," with shows planned in Australia, New Zealand and across Europe.
For his sophomore studio effort, the musician notably collaborated with Wyatt and Greg Kurstin, who both worked on his 2017 debut "As You Were."
In other news, the "Shockwave" vocalist also made headlines after being proposed a boxing match with his long-running rival and fellow musician Robbie Williams.
"[Liam] represents a school bully to me and I would like to take the bully down," Williams told British tabloid The Sun in a recent interview.
While English sports promoter Eddie Hearn expressed interest in organizing the boxing match, the fight was ultimately canceled after Williams' wife, Ayda Field, banned him from pursuing it in the couple's newly-launched "At Home With the Williams" podcast.