Noasis and Complete Stone Roses come to Great Yarmouth Atlantis Tower

PUBLISHED: 12:07 22 February 2017 | UPDATED: 12:07 22 February 2017

Oasis who have inspired Noasis who are appearing in Great Yarmouth on March 11. Zak Hussein/PA Wire

Oasis who have inspired Noasis who are appearing in Great Yarmouth on March 11. Zak Hussein/PA Wire

The energy of the Manchester music scene is coming to Great Yarmouth next month.

Fundraiser James Sinclair has secured appearances by two of the biggest tribute bands Noasis and the Complete Stone Roses for Manchester Revisited.

The 30-year-old from Caister is raising money for The Anchorage Trust, a Yarmouth-based charity that provides affordable housing and life chances for young people in the town working with landlords and other providers.

And he hopes the event at the Atlantis Tower on Marine Parade, Yarmouth, will inject some positivity into local life as well as raising several thousands for the trust.

Also appearing will be Distant Sun and a DJ set from Rick Witton, former front man of Shed Seven.

Tickets are £10 in advance and £15 on the door via Tickets for the event on March 11 at 7pm are £10, with all profits going to the Anchorage Trust.

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