Last chance to see Oasis and Killers at V Festival - Ticket News

Plus tickets for White Lies and Editors also go on sale tomorrow (Jun 12)

Last chance to see Oasis and Killers at V Festival - Ticket News
With Oasis and The Killers set to headline this year's V Festival, the last few tickets for the event's Staffordshire-leg are available right now.

Head to NME.COM/TICKETS for the last chance to head to V Festival now.

Meanwhile, While Lies are also hitting the road. Their biggest dates yet kick off at the Bournemouth Opera House on November 18, with shows in Nottingham, Birmingham and London to follow.

Tickets go on sale at 9am tomorrow (Friday 12 June). For your chance to see the band head over to NME.COM/TICKETS.

Tickets for Editors comeback tour will also be available from tomorrow at 9am. For more tickets and information head over to NME.COM/TICKETS.

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