Oasis reunion 'confirmed' for Manchester Arena tribute gig

Will the Gallaghers decide to bury the hatchet after eight years of bickering?

Amelia Ward

Date published: 31st May 2017

Image: Oasis (Credit: Stefan De Batselier)

A member of the Black Eyed Peas has seemingly confirmed that Oasis will reform to play at the One Love Manchester benefit concert. As reported by Unilad, Taboo Nawasha tweeted the poster for the event, tagging in all officially confirmed artists, as well as Oasis. 

Read Dot to Dot Manchester 2017 review

The huge show, which will take place at Emirates Old Trafford, on Sunday 4th June has confirmed appearances from artists such as Coldplay and Katy Perry. Taking place in honour of the victims of the horrific terrorist attack that took place at Ariana Grande's Manchester Arena gig last Monday, net proceeds from the event will go to the families directly affected by the atrocity.

The group's 'Don't Look Back in Anger' has become an official rallying cry of defiance in reaction to the attacks, as shown above at Dot to Dot festival in the city on Friday 27th May. Liam Gallagher played a charity show in Manchester last night, honouring the victims with 22 candles on the stage. If the rumours are true it will the first time the brothers have shared the stage since the band split in 2009.