The three-day fest also features Status Quo, Rickie Lee Jones, Beck, Bad Religion, Brand New Heavies, Bloodhound Gang, Reef, and dozens more.

“The band are very pleased to accept the last-minute offer of the show as it gives them the chance to perform for their Danish fans,” an Oasis spokesperson said. Guitarist Noel Gallagher continues to boycott his own band’s gigs on the Continent and is not expected to play the Skanderborg date.

The band dropped out of the Roskilde Festival near Copenhagen, Denmark, after a crowd crush killed nine fans during Pearl Jam’s June 30 set. Oasis was scheduled to perform the following day.

The British superstars could use an image boost in Europe. They stormed off the stage at a Swiss rock festival July 27 after playing for only 30 minutes, complaining that they had been pelted with bottles and cans.

In June, a much-publicized festival appearance in Paris was canceled when Noel announced he would no longer tour with the band abroad. Oasis made up that date with a free show.

The band has a handful of festivals left on its tour, most of them in the U.K. Noel will supposedly perform on all dates played on Oasis’ home turf. He made good on that promise July 21 and 22, when the band played London’s legendary Wembley Stadium. All eyes were on the brothers Gallagher as they verbally sparred their way through the shows.

With Noel’s run of U.K.-only performances with the band due to culminate at the end of August at the Reading-Leeds-Glasgow festivals, it’s still not known if the elder Gallagher will continue with the band after the last concert.