BELFAST SELLS FAST!

The band's show at Belfast's Odyssey Arena is the fastest selling concert ever in the city, but worry not, another date has been added...

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Oasis' live return this summer is setting records for ticket sales all over the UK and Ireland with BELFAST the latest city to fall.

The band's show on June 29 at the Odyssey Arena was the fastest selling concert ever in the city. All 9,500 tickets have gone and a second show has been added on June 30. Tickets are now on sale. For information, see oasisinet.com.

Oasis will also play three sold-out shows in London's Finsbury Park on July 5, 6, 7. Tickets for the first two were amongst the fastest selling ever for the band with 80,000 shifted within two hours. Two thirds of the tickets were sold on the Internet. Oasis will also headline T In The Park in Balado, Scotland on July 13.

Rumours are growing that Oasis will also perform at the annual Witness festival held just outside Dublin. Oasis are being tipped to close the two-day event on July 14.

Oasis release new single 'The Hindu Times' on Monday (April 15).

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