Oasis Cancelled Their Tuesday Show in Ontario After Attack
After having a “little excitement” at their concert last Sunday, when guitarist Noel Gallagher got attacked by a fan on stage in Toronto, Oasis did end up canceling Tuesday’s show in London, Ontario.
The concert that was scheduled to take place in the Canadian city of London on Tuesday, has been postponed to give Noel Gallagher more time to recover from injuries he suffered from the attack. A statement released on the band’s website said, “Oasis are regrettably being forced to announce that tonight’s show in London, Ontario cannot go ahead as planned”.
41-year-old Noel Gallagher fell heavily onto his monitor speakers when he was pushed from behind by his attacker, later identified as 47-year-old Daniel Sullivan. He suffered bruising to his ribs and hip, and after being examined at a hospital, he was advised to rest.
The band said it was keen to complete its Canadian tour, and rescheduled Ontario show for December 15. Their next performance is on Friday in New York, to promote the upcoming album “Dig Out Your Soul”.
Continuing the case, the attacker Sullivan was charged with assault and released without bail. He is due to appear in court next month. His motive for the attack still not clear, but hopefully justice will served fairly for Noel. Get well soon!