The Supersonic film premiere takes place in London and Manchester at the same time.
Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher is so keen to make the Manchester premiere of the band's documentary - he's getting a HELICOPTER to it.
If you have a burning question for Liam Gallagher, then this is your big chance as the Oasis frontman will fly from London to Manchester to take part in a Q&A session with fans at his hometown premiere screening of the band's documentary Supersonic.
Liam will attend the glitzy red carpet premiere of the film in the capital, before jumping into a private chopper to fly over to the Odeon Printworks in the city centre, in time for the end credits.
Supersonic, directed by Academy Award-winning Mat Whitecross, features extensive unseen archive footage of the Mancunian rockers.
Told in their own words, the documentary charts Oasis' history from the council estates of Manchester to some of the biggest concerts of all time in just three years.
Fans can get a first look of the film at the premiere on Sunday, October 2, at 7.30pm.
Liam and Mat will then take questions from the audience, which will also be simultaneously streamed live to other Odeon cinemas across the country, from 9.30pm. The event is scheduled to finish at 10pm.
Fiery frontman Liam made it his personal ambition to get a premiere for the film back on his home turf - after a Twitter rant at film bosses when he heard they were only planning to launch it in London earlier this year.
Liam said on his Twitter account: "So check this out apparently some clown trying to tell me this film about my band yeah MY band is not premiering in Manchester..."
Clearly Burnage's finest Liam was so keen to ensure Manchester gets the red carpet treatment too that he agreed to get the helicopter ride up here.
We're sure it will bring to mind for many an Oasis fan the video for the band's 1997 hit D'Ya Know What I Mean? Where the band leap out of a chopper in their trademark parkas.
Tickets go on sale on Monday, September 26, which you will be able to buy here