Noel Gallagher Shares The Trailer Of New Oasis Documentary

The co-founder and co-lead vocalist of the Manchester-based rock band Oasis, Noel Gallagher, posted a recent tweet on his official Twitter account and announced that Oasis’ new documentary named ‘Oasis Knebworth 1996’ is on its way.

The Gallagher brothers released their third studio album named ‘(What’s the Story) Morning Glory? in 1995, and it became one of the best-selling albums in UK’s rock history. In 1996, Oasis gave two shows in Knebworth for a crowd of 125.000 each night. The event is still considered one of the largest outdoor shows in history.

This week, Oasis’s official social media accounts announced that they will soon release the documentary of their iconic shows in Knebworth. The movie will feature the story of that weekend, the special place in Oasis’s career, and their significance for their fans.

According to the recently made statement of the band, ‘Oasis Knebworth 1996‘ will be out in cinemas worldwide from September 23, 2021. The tickets for the documentary are now available on the official website of the movie, and fans can also buy ‘Knebworth 1996 Triple Heavyweight LP’ for the price of £35 via Oasis Store.

Noel shared the breaking news saying:

“‘Oasis Knebworth 1996’ lands in cinemas worldwide from September 23. Tickets are on sale now. Find your nearest screening and secure your seats at the official website of ‘Oasis Knebworth 1996.’ The live album and DC/Blu-ray were released on November 19.”

You can check out the tweet of Noel and the trailer of the documentary below.