Music

This is hist'ry... right here... right now

A tribute to Oasis

Fri 23 Sep

Location: Derby Arena

Tickets: £27

Most tickets cost more when booked via telephone or in person at box office. See our Ts & Cs for details.

Running Time: 2 hours - approximate, including any interval(s).

About the event

Join us for the ultimate homage to one of the biggest and most beloved bands to come out of Britain… the iconic OASIS.

Initially formed in Derby in 1995, this collective of musicians bring to life that magical wall of sound, the swagger and the antics that defined Oasis for an arena show unlike anything you have seen before.

Presented by Our Kid Promotions, this show truly gives audiences an unforgettable experience by recreating the sound, the feeling and the fist pumping atmosphere of those historical shows at Knebworth, Maine Road, Wembley, which until now could only be relived on the likes of YouTube and DVD (if you are a proper “mad fer it”).

A show that has travelled the globe and been seen by thousands, it offers a nostalgic haven for those who were lucky enough to snag tickets back in the day, and an eye-opening experience for those who missed the chance to see one of England’s greatest bands live.

Don’t be fooled by imitations (and there are many across the world), this collective of lads are the #1 in the world today, and guarantee a night of pure rock ‘n’ roll indulgence.

As you were.

Timings

Support band/artist (TBC) from 8pm.

Main event 9.30pm approx. 

£5 Derby Arena event parking (cash only)

 

Dates & Tickets

This is hist'ry... right here... right now

Fri 23 Sep 2022, 8pm

£27

Prices & Offers

£27

Early bird offer

Discount of £5 for tickets bought before 29 May has already been deducted from the prices displayed on the website. Any other offers (e.g. family ticket or group discount) will be deducted at the checkout

From the July 1st 2022 tickets will be priced at £32

Reviews

“This is no pub cover band. Spiby doesn’t just imitate Liam; he channels him... these guys are the best reason to put on a parka and sing like you’re at Knebworth” - Scott Russell - The Creative Issue.

“Having watched them a couple of times live, it’s an absolutely awesome experience, and like nothing I have ever seen before.” - Alex Burrow - 101.5 Radio Adelaide.