Newport Oasis 1996, the documentary on that year’s Historic Oasis performances will be part of Paramount+ after their world premiere in world cinemas starting Thursday, including Hoyts Theaters, in Rosario, this Thursday as you come, until 20.
Directed by Grammy Award-winning Jake Scott, the film revisits one of the group’s most iconic live concerts led by the Gallagher brothers through the look and testimony of its heroes and fans who attended this massive party in North Hertfordshire, England.
“For me, Knebworth was Woodstock from the nineties. It was about music and people. I can’t remember much about her, but I will never forget her. It’s a biblical book, Liam Gallagher said at the launch event, while his brother Noel joked, “I can’t believe we didn’t play rock ‘n’ roll star!”
The Oasis Record was held over two nights in Knebworth on August 10 and 11, 1996, with over a quarter of a million young music fans from all over the world flocking to Knebworth Park in England to see the legendary shows, with tickets selling out in less than 24 hours during which they set a record At the UK box office.
The film is produced by Black Dog Films for Kosmic Kyte Ltd. Noel Gallagher and Liam Gallagher serve as executive producers, and they reopened their previous group archive after faster than sound In which they crossed their history from the beginning to these legendary performances.
It was funded and distributed by Sony Music Entertainment and will be released in theaters around the world starting Thursday by Trafalgar Releasing.
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