Oasis are to play a free show in London this summer.

The band will perform an intimate concert at the London Roundhouse on July 21 as part of the iTunes Live concert series and as an extra date on their summer tour.

The venue - a former engine shed in Chalk Farm - will host a string of free events throughout the month for competition winners who can enter for tickets on ituneslive.co.uk.

Performances by Snow Patrol, Kasabian, girl group The Saturdays, Flo Rider and Paolo Nutini have also been confirmed.

Meanwhile, The Enemy are still determined to be part of Oasis' summer UK tour.

The band's frontman Tom Clarke upset Liam Gallagher after suggesting his brother Noel had no reason to still be in the group.

In response, Liam wrote on his Twitter page: "Having read an interview with Tom Clarke from The Enemy apparently Oasis are past it? Do you want to go on first or what?"

However, Tom insists he never said Oasis were "past it" and is looking forward to opening for them.

He said: "Oasis are one of my favorite bands ever. It's an absolute honor for us to be invited on their tour. Oasis past it? Not a chance."