Gallagher attacker latest

Oasis are preparing for a massive stadium tour over the summer, and the Manchester group have announced details of their support groups.

Last year saw Oasis have one of their busiest to date. Their album 'Dig Out Your Soul' was a massive hit either side of the Atlantic, before the band were forced to abandon a North American tour after Noel Gallagher was assaulted onstage on Toronto.

The upcoming stadium tour is one of the band's biggest ever, taking in such massive venues as Murrayfield in Scotland and a three night stand at Wembley.

Support will come from The Enemy and Kasabian throughout, with more slots being filled by smaller acts. Reverend & The Makers, Twisted Wheel and The Peth will take it in turns to play on the tour.

Twisted Wheel will take the stage at Manchester's Heaton Park with Rhys Ifan's band The Peth set to play Cardiff's Millenium Stadium.

The Oasis stadium tour begins on June 4th. Click here to buy tickets!


Courts in Canada have upgraded the charge against Noel Gallagher's attacker. Daniel Sullivan pushed Gallagher from behind at a music festival, and has now been charged with aggravated assault - a charge that carries a maximum jail sentence of 14 years.


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