A new exhibition featuring the ‘largest collection of Oasis pieces ever seen in one place’ comes to the iconic Salford Lads Club this June.

Together We’ll Fly will include numerous rare artefacts, including 10 guitars previously owned and played by Noel Gallagher, multiple disc awards and rarities covering the full history of Oasis from the original 1991 ‘pre-Noel’ demo tape up until current day projects and signed merchandise, the latter of which will be available to purchase.

Along with the collection, a couple of special Q&A events will also take place. On Sun 16 Jun, Microdot’s Brian Cannon will be exploring the album sleeves he designed for the band in the ’90s, while afterwards, Rockfields Studio owner, Nick Brine, will recall the time he spent with Oasis. Both sessions will be hosted by musician and acclaimed journalist, John Robb.

Brian Cannon’s special is already sold out, but tickets are still available for Nick Brine’s event.

Kyle Dale, Director at Bittersweet Home, the group behind the exhibition, says – “Never before have we seen such historical items together in one room for any band, never mind a band as globally adored as Oasis. They defined a generation and every generation after, for fans to see this conclusive collection from their earliest demo to their current day solo projects is a true one-off experience. This museum worthy exhibition coincides with our last true rockstars Definitely Maybe 30th anniversary shows in Manchester. Let’s hope Liam pops in eh?”

Standard exhibition tickets are priced at £20, with funds going towards Salford Lads Club. VIP tickets are also available and priced at £125 — included in this, guests will arrive to a hand-signed drum skin with their choice of words, drum sticks from Tony McCarroll plus a signed plectrum from Bonehead and Andy Bell.

Together We’ll Fly kicks off with a launch party and early preview on Thu 13 Jun. The exhibition will run across Fri 14, Sat 15 and Sun 16 Jun, with tickets for each day available to purchase here.

Thu 13 Jun - Sun 16 Jun, Salford Lads Club,
Lads' Club, Coronation St, Salford M5 3SA
Bradley Lengden
Published on:
Tue 28 May 2024