LIAM Gallagher is set for a HUGE Oasis reunion next year to mark their iconic album's 30th anniversary.
The Rocker and guitarist Bonehead, real name Paul Arturt, will embark on a major stadium tour - with or without Noel.
They will perform every track on 1994's Definitely Maybe and some of their other greatest hits during shows next summer.
A source close to the star has shared that Laim is open for Noel to join, but their relationship is "still a long way off" as the brothers have been publicly feuding for more than a decade.
A source close to the Gallaghers confirmed: "Liam is convinced he can recreate the magic of the first Oasis album, whether or not Noel is with him on stage.
"He's played songs like Rock 'n' Roll Star with his new band and the crowd erupts."
It has been said that Wembley Stadium, Manchester City's Etihad Stadium and Newcastle's St James' Park could host the anniversary gigs next year.
Liam and Noel famously fell out in 2009 bringing their band Oasis to an end - with Noel quitting hours before the band were due to perform on stage.
At the time, he released a statement saying that he could no longer work with his brother.
Throughout the years, the brothers have subsequently taken aim at each other via headlines, interviews and social media.
Recently, there has been a ton of talk about a thawing of relations between the brothers and a potential Oasis reunion.
But judging by their latest run-in, the families aren’t keen on making amends anytime soon.