The Charlatans are playing a one-off charity concert at the Royal Albert Hall in memory of drummer Jon Brookes who died last month.
The band will play the London venue in aid of The Brain Tumour Charity on October 18.
Pre-sale tickets for the gig went on sale today through The Charlatans website. Tickets go on general sale at 10am tomorrow.
The Staffordshire musician, who was a well-known Baggies fan, died aged 44 after battling a brain tumour.
A statement released by the band said: “Following the loss of our much missed friend and drummer, Jon Brookes we, together with some friends, are putting on a show at the Royal Albert Hall.
“The show will benefit The Brain Tumour Charity, which Jon was involved with during his illness.
“It’s our way of raising money for research into, and awareness, of a cancer that will unfortunately affect many lives as it has ours. We look forward to seeing you at the Royal Albert Hall and making it a night to remember.”
More than 200 mourners including members of the iconic Britpop band attended the father-of-three’s funeral at Christ Church in Burntwood, Staffordshire.
Guests included Mr Brookes’s friend and West Bromwich Albion defender Jonas Olsson.
In the wake of his death the band’s lead singer Tim Burgess revealed that the band received tributes from fans around the world.
He wrote in a blog: “We’ve had messages from all over the world from people sharing memories of Jon – kids who’d borrowed his drumkit, drummers inspired by his style, but most of all people saying he was one of the friendliest, funniest and thoughtful people that they’d ever met.”
West Bromwich Albion also paid tribute to the drummer saying: “He was a true Baggie and the nicest guy you could meet.”
The father-of-three was a founding member of the iconic Britpop band, which formed in Walsall in 1989.
He had been receiving treatment for a brain tumour after suffering a seizure while on tour in America in 2010 but suffered a relapse last year.
The band, who have had more than 20 top 40 hits, released their debut single, Indian Rope, in 1990.