Oasis' rarely seen 1994 Glastonbury set will be available in full for the first time on the BBC's new dedicated Glastonbury channel.
The full set, which took place on the NME stage almost two decades ago, will be available on demand via iPlayer.
Highlights from the set will also be shown on BBC Two on Friday June 26 as part of the Beeb's Glastonbury Experience.
The programme will be hosted by Jo Whiley and Mark Radcliffe and will air on BBC Two from 8.30pm until 10pm.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic forcing Glastonbury bosses to pull the plug on the heavily planned 50th anniversary at Worthy Farm, the BBC are still keen to mark the occasion.
Coinciding with when the festival was due to take place, from 10am on Thursday June 25 until 1am on Monday 29 June, fans will be able to relive highlights from Glastonbury's most iconic performances.
Sets that will be available to watch include Ed Sheehan's headline 2017 performance, Christine & The Queens 2016 debut, Florence + The Machine's 2015 show and The Streets' 2019 show.
This year's Glastonbury was set to be headlined by Taylor Swift, Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar.
Diana Ross, Dua Lipa and Aerosmith were also set to play over the weekend.
Despite countless rumours over the past few years, Oasis have refused to reunite - even for a special Glastonbury set.
After splitting in 2010 Liam and Noel Gallagher have been publicly at each other's throats.
Despite Liam calling multiple times for Noel to bury the hatchet, the Mancunian rocker has other ideas.
Speaking to Daily Star Online in 2019, Noel insisted he has no plans to rejoin Oasis - saying he feels there is nothing left for the band to achieve.