Scandinavian fans get a chance to see the group on their world tour following their Roskilde withdrawal...

Oasis have announced they are to play a festival show in DENMARK.

The band are confirmed to headline the Skanderborg Festival in Denmark on August 12, joining Beck, Reef, Brand New Heavies and The Bloodhound Gang at the event.

The band, who played at Scotland‘s Murrayfield Stadium last weekend (July 29), will now play three festival shows on the Continent, the other two being in Spain and Hungary, before finishing their world tour with gigs at the Carling Weekend Festivals in Reading (August 25) and Leeds (28), as well as a performance at the Glasgow Green Festival on August 26.

The band cancelled their appearance at Roskilde Festival in Denmark on July 1 in the wake of the death of nine people at the festival during Pearl Jam‘s set the previous day.

A spokesperson for Oasis told nme.com: “The band are very pleased to accept the last minute offer of the show as it gives them the chance to perform for their Danish fans.”

In other Oasis news, the band re-release their entire back catalogue, with a Big Brother catalogue number and original artwork, next Monday (August 14).

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