The project will raise money for Music Venue Trust (MVT), of which Burgess has also been confirmed as a patron.
Tonight, McCartney can also been seen on YouTube’s ‘Released’ when Chris Rock sits down to talk with him about 'McCartney III'.
The record topped the Billboard album charts on release in 1985 and spawned the hits, 'Everybody Wants To Rule The World' and 'Shout'.
A discussion about the album on Twitter was the latest in a series hosted by Tim Burgess of the Charlatans, for National Album Day 2020.
Prior to releasing their new album, the band shared the song’s sheet music and asked fans to submit their own reimagined versions.
The Mancunian trio's first new album in 11 years, 'The Universal Want' was released last Friday, September 11.
The Charlatans frontman's previous listening parties have delved into lauded albums by The Chemical Brothers, Steven Wilson and The Streets.
Taking place over the weekend of June 18-20, the festival had already announced the likes of Tim Burgess, Arlo Parks, Georgia and Squid.
The party will be followed at 11pm by the YouTube premiere of The Streets’ documentary, 'The A-Z Of How To Make A Mixtape'.
Drummer Nick Banks and keyboardist Mark Webber joined The Charlatans’ Tim Burgess for his “Tim’s Twitter Listening Party”.
Wilson's popular 'Hand. Cannot .Erase' album will be discussed in detail during the online broadcast.
Both titles will be available in 180-g vinyl editions and come packaged in their original artwork.