ONE of the top tribute bands in the UK is coming to Halstead this week.

Noasis are the definitive tribute act to Britpop supergroup Oasis and they are set to shake the Empire Theatre to its foundations.

They will bring the the megastars’ musical magic back to life in a set fans aren’t likely to forget.

One of the most successful music acts in the history of British music, Oasis saw their fame skyrocket during the Nineties.

The-five piece were the biggest name in British music since the Beatles and after their official break-up in 2009, fans have been yearning for a taste of the Gallagher-led brilliance.

Noasis are the perfect act to scratch that nostalgic itch.

They recreate songs from every era of Oasis from wall-of-sound debut album Definitely Maybe, through to the Wonderwall years and countless more anthems.

There’s not a detail missing as their Liam and Noel doppelgangers pick out every vocal harmony you’ve ever attempted to match in the car.

There are no backing tracks or gimmicks, it’s just the full-on sound the way it was written.

With more than 400 shows under their belt in both the UK and Europe, Noasis have bags of experience and it shows.

The band’s stage presence is described as “electric” and the connection they have with their audiences, who sing their hearts out at shows, makes any Noasis show a special occasion.

They were even mistaken for the real thing by some fans when they appeared performing live in the Queen Vic on a Christmas episode of EastEnders in 2015.

Other achievements include performing at Wembley Stadium, playing live on the Chris Evans Breakfast Show and regular appearances at festivals such as the Isle of Wight.

Theatre spokesman Mike George said: “This is an opportunity to come and experience one of the most iconic bands of the Nineties.

“It will be a fantastic atmosphere and we hope to get a packed house in for this show. This live performance will take you back to those exciting times when Britpop was at its height.”

The show is on Saturday, February 22, at 7pm. Tickets are £16 from the theatre box office on 07778 025490.