Oasis tour dates revealed

Shows confirmed for 2006

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Oasis have confirmed a European tour for 2006.

The shows in January and February include recently announced dates in France, which include Stereophonics on the bill.

The tour visits: Oslo Spektrum (January 25)
Stockholm Hovet (26)
Lille Zenith (29)
Grenoble Summum (30)
Vienna Gasometer (February 1)
Toulouse Zenith (4)
Florence Mandela Forum (6)
Rome Palalottomatica (7)

In the UK their next single will be ’Let There Be Love’.

The track, the third to be lifted from the band’s new album ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’, will be backed by the new song ‘Sittin’ Here In Silence (On My Own)’ and a live version of ’Rock N Roll Star’ which was recorded live at City of Manchester Stadium last July.

It will be released on November 28.

A DVD version of the single will feature documentary footage from the band’s world tour, recorded by promo director Baillie Walsh. The band are also working on a longer film entitled ’Lord Don’t Slow Me Down’, although a release date for that is unconfirmed.

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