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Liam Gallagher has shown his support for the Bee In The City art trail.
The former Oasis front man added his signature to his Rock 'n' Roll bee sculpture backstage at Parklife, renamed 'Parkalife' by the man himself, on Sunday.
Liam's bee is among the 100 sculptures created for the Bee In The City project, each decorated with a unique design.
The 'Wall Of Glass' singer's sculpture will join other Mancunian themed bees, including 'I Wanna Bee Adored' and 'Hac-Bee-Enda' on the art trail, which takes over the city from July 23 to September 23.
Creating a buzz at #KingStFestival Bee Here Now is the first preview of the brilliant @beeinthecitymcr public art trail— King Street Festival (@KingStFestival) June 3, 2018
Thanks to @InnsideMCR & @wildinart for this very special work featuring some of #mcr most iconic musicians pic.twitter.com/TsSW7dKMUq
The official trail map is yet to be revealed however the sculptures will be buzzing all over the city, with the organisers ensuring it will lead admirers to some lesser-known 'honeypots of the city'.