Liam Gallagher live in “A free concert for NHS” at The O2 London

Liam Gallagher is doing a free concert for NHS workers in October.

The Mancunian singer has been very vocal about his admiration for the NHS amid the coronavirus pandemic. Now he has just announced via Twitter he will put on a show for NHS workers free of charge on the 29th of October at the O2 in London.

He described the gesture as an ‘honour’ writing in the caption of the tweet: “It’s an honour to announce that I will be doing a gig for the NHS and careworkers at London’s TheO2 on October 29th. They do an incredible job, we are very lucky to have them. LG x” There will also be ‘special guests’ as you can see from the poster. Therefore, more people will join him.

Former Oasis drummer Alan White has just created an Instagram page, he is following Liam and posted clips of him drumming to Oasis songs including ‘Wonderwall.’ He wrote in the caption: “Thank you NHS for all your hard work. You are our wonderwall“

Fans are speculating he will be joining Liam, meanwhile Bonehead is also predicted to make an appearance. Former Oasis guitarist Andy Bell said on Instagram he would also be willing to do a gig for the NHS if called upon.