Oasis Pull Out Of V Festival Headline Slot

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Oasis had to pull out of their headline set at V Festival last night (August 23) after Liam Gallagher became ill with laryngitis.

Snow Patrol replaced the band at the site in Chelmsford and played covers of ‘Champagne Supernova’ and ‘Wonderwall’.

On the 4Music stage Keane also played an Oasis song, performing their take on ‘Cast No Shadow’.

The Gallagher brothers and the rest of the band played on the Staffordshire site for V on Saturday night (August 22), but Liam was too ill the next day.

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