Preston’s Vue cinema is screening the rock and roll documentary Oasis Knebworth 1996 this September.Advertisement
On Thursday 23 September and Friday 24 September only, fans new and old can watch the long-awaited documentary covering the pinnacle of Oasis’ illustrious career and relive the legendary Hertfordshire concerts on their 25th anniversary.
Directed by Grammy Award-winner Jake Scott, the film is shown through the eyes of the fans who were there and never seen before archive footage of both the concert and backstage. Filmgoers can get lost in the euphoria of one of the most iconic live concert events in music history.
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Graham Royston, General Manager at Vue Preston, said: “Oasis are among the most legendary bands in the world whose following is made up of fans old and new.
“We’re thrilled to be giving everyone the opportunity to revisit the peak of their career in these concerts. The band played two record-breaking nights at Knebworth to over a quarter of a million fans.
“We’ll be screening it in the ultimate seat, screen and sound experience.”
Tickets are on sale today, Tuesday 10 August, marking 25 years to the day since the first night of the concerts.
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