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Oasis Maybe's World Cup Party

The Night Owl, Lower Trinity Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B9 4AG

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24 June 2018 - 24 June 2018
Doors Open
Event Ends
Age Restriction
18 and over
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Oasis Maybe (formerly Oaceis) are back by popular demand after two sell out shows in a row here at The Night Owl.

Sunday 24th June

Oasis Maybe's World Cup Party

England vs Panama on the big screen

Oasis Maybe (live)

DJ's playing indie, Britpop, football & party faves

Hot food

Midday til 8pm

Kick off 1pm

Oasis Maybe play their full set live after the match!

Please note this event is a lower limited capacity than normal shows to make the event more enjoyable for all

£6 early bird tickets / £8 standard advance 

*Tickets only event*

Oasis Maybe

Did you miss Oasis' early rough and ready gigs of 94? Did you miss the era defining concerts at Earls Court, Maine Road, Loch Lomond and Knebworth?

Are ya mad fer it!? Then catch Oasis Maybe live right here at The Night Owl on Sunday 24th June at The Night Owl

"Oasis Maybe" are determined to become the world's premier tribute to Oasis. They capture the sound look and feel of the Band from the 1994-1997 era performing tracks from Definitely Maybe and Whats the Story Morning Glory with a few famous B-sides thrown in for good measure.

Their show is inspired and drawn from those early gigs and huge stadium shows so come and check us out and transport yourself back to that magical time in the 90's when Britpop ruled the world.