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03rd Mar 2020

Oasis fans won’t want to miss this show that’s just been announced for Vicar Street

James Fenton

Oasis probably won’t be getting back together any time soon and it’s probably time we all just accepted it.

However, the legend of Oasis lives on through all the fans who still adore their music as well as those who continue to play it to this day.

One such group is the critically-acclaimed Irish tribute act Live Forever Oasis who have gained a reputation as one of Europe’s leading Oasis imitations.

The Dublin band have been touring Ireland for a few years now and if you’re yet to catch them you can do so at Vicar Street this coming September. The lads themselves have said that the biggest event they have ever done, referring to the show as ‘our Knebworth’, in reference to Oasis’ 1996 gig at the Hertfordshire venue for which 2.5 million people applied for tickets.

Of course, not all of those 2.5 people were successful and it would be even harder to squeeze them into Vicar Street. Thankfully, demand should be significantly lower but that doesn’t mean you’re not in for a great night. Part of Live Forever Oasis’ appeal is their ability to recreate the famous mid-90s swagger of the Gallagher brothers and their cohorts.

All of your favourite tunes will be given a blast and the band will be supported by Gary Cinnamon who is a tribute to, you’ve guessed it, Scottish singer-songwriter Gerry Cinnamon.

Live Forever Oasis will take to the stage at Vicar Street on Saturday, September 19 with tickets going on sale this coming Friday at 9am.

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