Oasis Reunion Rumoured For One Love Manchester Gig

A member of Black Eyed Peas has included the Manchester band in a tweet about the event.

Oasis Supersonic Image Set Liam Gallagher Noel Gal

Rumours have begun to circulate that Oasis could be set to reunite at the upcoming One Love Manchester concert.

The benefit - featuring the likes of Ariana Grande, Katy Perry, Take That and Coldplay - is set to be held on Sunday 4 June to raise money for the victims of the Manchester terror attack, which saw 22 people killed at an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena. 

Now, Black Eyed Peas star, Taboo - whose real name is Jaime Luis Gomez - has sparked rumours that Manchester legends Oasis could appear, sharing a picture of the event on Twitter tagging all the acts expecting to perform.

Meanwhile, Liam Gallagher played his first ever solo show at the O2 Ritz Manchester,  where the audience chanted "stand up for the 22" in tribute to the victims.

Watch our video footage of the moving moment here:


Liam Gallagher crowd chant for 22 victims of Manchester Attack

The audience at the O2 Ritz paid tribute.


The rocker also paid special tribute by lighting 22 candles on the stage.

Though Liam and his brother Noel have a famously strained relationship, the pair have both spoken out about the terrible events in their hometown, with Noel telling Radio X's John Kennedy: "I think this particular atrocity will take quite a while to heal.”

Watch his response below:


Noel Gallagher Reflects On Manchester Attack

Noel Gallagher has spoken to Radio X about his thoughts on the Manchester terrorist attack.


Tickets for One Love Manchester will go on sale on Thursday (1 June).   Fans who attended the show on 22 May can register to receive free tickets.

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