Oasis To Headline London Roundhouse With 50-strong Choir

The band set to close BBC Electric Proms festival

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Oasis have been confirmed as the closing act for this year’s BBC Electric Proms, taking place next month.

In a unique performance at London’s Roundhouse venue on October 26, Oasis will be accompanied by the Crouch End Festival chorus choir for the final performance of the five day music event.

Noel Gallagher has commented on the show saying: “We are doing the Electric Proms, and we’re doing it with the Crouch End Choir as well… there’s 50 odd of them…because some of the songs on the album have got a 50 piece choir on them. So we’re gonna do a night at the Proms with that lot, it should be good actually… Ennio Morricone uses them for his spaghetti western stuff in England, so I’m already looking forward to that because I’ve never played the Roundhouse and I’ve never done the Proms.”

Glasvegas are confirmed to support, and tickets are on sale from tomorrow morning (September 30) at 8.15.
Click here for more info and tickets, www.bbc.co.uk/electricproms

Oasis’ Electric Proms show will be live broadcast on the night on Radio 1 from 9pm, and also shown on BBC 2 at 10.45pm on the night.

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