All you need to know if you're planning to go and see the boys in smaller venues than usual...
OASIS have confirmed final ticket details for their tenth anniversary live shows.
As previously revealed on NME.COM, Oasis are to celebrate their tenth anniversary as a live band with a clutch of ‘low-key’ UK dates in October.
The band, who made their live debut on August 18 1991 at the Manchester Boardwalk, will be playing smaller venues rather than their usual arena sized jaunts as a thank-you to their fans.
Tickets for the gigs will go on sale on the very day they first ever stepped on a stage – August 18, at 10am.
Now, NME.COM can confirm that tickets will be priced #23.50 for all the shows on the tour.
The anniversary dates are:
London Shepherd’s Bush Empire (October 7-8)
Manchester Apollo Theatre (10-11)
Glasgow Barrowlands (13-14)
The only way to get tickets over the phone is via a special ticketline on 08708 300 300 – calls are charged at national standard rate. This is a correction to earlier reports. Fans are reminded that tickets don’t go on sale until August 18. Tickets are limited to two per person.
Tickets are also available to personal callers at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire (tickets for the Empire date only), Manchester Apollo (Apollo only) and Glasgow SECC (for Barrowlands only). No tickets will be available from the Barrowlands venue itself.
Oasis are currently in the studio recording a new album for release in 2002. Noel Gallagher has said the band hope to release a single in October to coincide with the dates.