Oasis set to headline Glastonbury in '500m pounds comeback deal'
Britpop legends Oasis are set to perform for 180,000 revellers at Glastonbury.
The concert will reportedly kick off a long-awaited reunion tour once deals are signed, Daily Star reported.
Music mogul Barry Tomes said that the rockers would end up half a billion pounds richer if their comeback goes to plan.
The rockers' reunion after 5 years is going to coincide with the 20th anniversary re-release of their classic debut album 'Definitely Maybe.'
The Manchester band split in 2009 over singer Liam's feud with older brother Noel.
(Posted on 26-04-2014)
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