Madchester Revisited - Oasis v The Stone Roses

Madchester Revisited - Oasis v The Stone Roses

Event Time Fri 15th Nov at 9:00pm-Sat 16th Nov at 1:00am
Event Location Holroyd Arms, Guildford
Event Price £15 + Booking fee (see below)
Last Entry Time
Last entry time: 10.00
Age Restrictions
Age restrictions: 21+


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Madchester Revisited - Oasis v The Stone Roses

Remember the heady days of ‘Madchester’ of the late 80s followed by Britpop

in the 90s?

We are here to take you back to those times of Spike Island, Knebworth and

more as we bring you two of the most iconic bands to come out of Manchester

The Stone Roses & Oasis.

As the longest established Oasis tribute in the world, Definitely Mightbe have

been together for 18 years and with over 2,000 shows under their belt, it’s easy

to see why they are the most successful and admired Oasis show out there.

The backstage bust ups and slanging matches on Twitter proved too much for

this great British band but DEFINITELY MIGHTBE don’t share the same sibling

rivalry as the real thing. They do however have a lot in common when it comes

to reproducing the rousing anthems, stage presence and atmosphere that the

originals created. Playing a selection from all seven albums including the hit

singles, live favourites and a couple of Noel’s acoustic numbers make this a

great show to watch.

So, as good as the real thing? Well, the legendary Alan McGee thought so when

he recently introduced the band live on stage! So they … DEFINITELY MIGHTBE.


The Stone Roses are one of the most influential rock bands to come out of the UK.

Along with other bands such as the Happy Mondays and Inspiral Carpets, they​comprised the core of the Baggy scene. Their 1989 eponymous debut album quickly

achieved the status of a classic in the UK.

Their songs adorn many a student disco to this day and the classic hits they

produced stand the test of time better than most bands. They released their follow up

album, Second Coming, in 1994 before disbanding due to artistic disagreements in


ADORED is their definitive tribute as they reproduce the sound and atmosphere the

originals created with such detailed accuracy, you’d think the Roses had climbed on

stage beside them!


Holroyd Arms
Guildford, UK