This English band has forcefully denied the affirmation made yesterday by a promoter who said that his presentations in China they were canceled due to the recession.
Oasis had two concerts agreed (Shanghai y Beijing) for next month, but both were canceled some days ago.
First, the band argued that this was the fault of the Chinese Government, as it was understood as a retaliation to the event 'Free Tibet'Of 1997 in which he participated Noel Gallagher.
In response, yesterday a music promoter asserted that the cancellation is entirely due to the dire economic situation that they are passing through, something that suggested a insufficient ticket sales for the two agreed concerts.
Well, a person close to the group of Manchester has come out to say that the assertion of the Chinese promoter does not deserve an answer"we do not want to give any importance to so much nonsense that has been said".
"Our promoter, as we have mentioned before, was Ticketmaster China and the two presentations had already sold a number of tickets that exceeded the agreed 3500, and they were on the way to sell all ... end of story".
Via | NME