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Relive The Rock And Roll Spirit Of One Of The UK’s Greatest Ever Bands At The Noasis Tribute Show

Marco Ruiz Marco Ruiz - Sponsored SMN Writer (APAC) - Staff Writer (Aus)

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Noasis, the Oasis tribute band from the UK, sold-out shows across the country when they performed earlier in the year. This summer they’re back with plans for a Supersonic Australian Tour kicking into gear in December, where they’ll be recreating the rousing Wall of Sound with a visual experience Some Might Say is not to be missed.

The Noasis Australian Supersonic Summer Tour takes place at Max Watts in Melbourne.Noasis performing live on stage at Max Watts in Melbourne

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Originally hailing from the UK, Noasis has been playing tribute shows to one of the UK’s greatest ever rock bands for more than two decades. However, the band now calls Australia home and have been recreating the rock n roll spirit of Oasis with its bare chords, root bass notes, basic rhythms and distortion on full sound that swept the world in the mid-90s.

On the setlist for their Australian tour are all your favourites, which will be performed live and hopefully with bucket hats and Lennon shades on for ultimate effect. From Roll With It to Don’t Look Back In Anger as well as Live Forever and, of course, Wonderwall, you’ll be going mad fer it just as you would if Liam, Noel and the other boys got back together. Noasis tribute performance on stage

Noasis Supersonic Australian Tour

Noasis is hitting the road for an Australian tour that begins in Adelaide in November. From there, they’re hitting up Western Australia in early December before flying across to the east coast for tribute shows at Max Watt’s in Sydney on 17 December and in Melbourne on 18 December.

The tribute shows will pay homage to some of the greatest anthems to have defined a generation and look to recreate the magic, spirit and attitude that enraptured audiences at iconic venues and famed performances.

No Oasis fan wants to miss this experience even if they’re Half The World Away.

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