It will be the first time the Beatle will play the city since the controversial comments he made about his hometown on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross back in 2008.
He was the headline performer at Liverpool's European Capital of Culture concert, but just days after he claimed that he "missed nothing" about the city, stirring anger amongst council leaders and tourism chiefs.
"Obviously Ringo is going to be asked about it before he performs there and he's keen to set the record straight," a source told the Daily Express.
"It was a joke that got taken out of context and Ringo is going to make it clear publicly that Liverpool remains very special to him."
The Beatles drummer recently trademarked his name amid speculation he is to use it in an upcoming app.