Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds have announced a headline performance at Warwick Castle, with some very special guests in tow.

The open-air gig, on Sunday, July 21, is part of a run of summer shows the band will be staging across the country.

The performance will also host Johnny Marr of The Smith's and The WAEVE, a side project of Blur’s Graham Coxon and Rose Elinor Dougall.


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Fans can expect a mix of Oasis classics and other selections from Gallagher's solo career, which spans over a decade.

The tour follows the release of the bands most recent album, Council Skies, which has received widespread critical acclaim, has been touted Gallagher's "most complete solo statement to date" and was nominated for Album of the Year by the likes of MOJO and Rolling Stone UK.

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Alongside the 10-date UK tour, which will include gigs at The Royal Albert Hall, Cardiff Castle and Alexandra Palace Park, the band has also announced they will headline both the Kendal Calling and Y Not Festival during August.

Tickets for the Warwick Castle headline performance will be on sale starting from Friday, February 23 at 10am.