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Oasis to play secret gig for fans
Liam Gallagher
Oasis will perform a gig for fans at a rehearsal studio in London

Oasis have announced plans to perform a one-off gig for their fans in London.

The band will perform tracks from their new album, Dig Out Your Soul, live to a select audience at a rehearsal studio in the capital.

Fans who have signed up to Oasis' official website are being offered the chance to enter a draw for the gig by posting their details on the site.

The concert will be the Manchester five-piece's first before they hit the road for a world tour later this year.

Future broadcast

The gig, which will be held on 14 August, will be filmed and may be broadcast in the future.

The closing date for the draw will be three days prior to the gig.

Oasis' seventh album, Dig Out Your Soul, will be released on 6 October.

The first single to be lifted from the record will be Shock Of The Lightning, which is due out on 29 September.

The album was recorded with producer Dave Sardy at Abbey Road Studios and mixed in Los Angeles.



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