Oasis to reunite and tour in 2024 priced at 2/1

Liam Solomon
We sometimes use affiliate links in our content, when clicking on those we might receive a commission - at no extra cost to you. By using this website you agree to our terms and conditions and privacy policy.

Die-hard Oasis fans believe Liam and Noel Gallaghers well-documented feud may be nearing its conclusion and a reunion on the cards after the latter said “he should get his people to call my people”. This was in response to Liam sparking fresh hope on Twitter earlier this week.

Rumours of their reunification have failed to subside since they split in 2009, and despite going their separate ways to pursue solo careers, the yearning among an ever-present fanbase for an appearance together on stage remains strong.

In light of this latest development, Fair Betting Sites in-house odds-maker Alan Alger has sourced an exclusive price on whether brotherly love will prevail, with a potential tour in 2024 as short as 2/1.

Alan has gone the extra-mile by pricing up a whole host of band reunions for Fair Betting Sites, which you can find below.

Oasis to tour in 2024: 2/1 odds

V festival in August 2009 was the last time fans bore witness to Liam and Noel together on stage, but at 2/1, which is the shortest price seen for quite some time, the possibility of a reunion feels tantalisingly close.

Although the brothers are said to not be too keen on Glastonbury festival, a first appearance since their one and only performance in 1994 is also priced at 10/1.

Alan Alger, odds-maker for Fair Betting Sites commented on the market, saying: “An Oasis reunion seems more likely than ever which is reflected in the shortest price it has been for some time.

“It now appears that Noel is open to the conversation having said this week ‘Liam has got my number, he should get his people to call my people,’ while Liam himself is famous for stirring rumours on Twitter, seemingly for his own entertainment, although we suspect he would be more eager for a return than his brother.”

Fleetwood Mac to tour in 2024: 50/1 odds

The biggest price on this list (50/1) is handed to Fleetwood Mac, who were seemingly nailed-on for a reunion tour as recently as 2021. However, the tragic death of Christine McVie has made it an ‘unthinkable’ scenario according to Mick Fleetwood.

Black Sabbath to tour in 2024: 8/1 odds

Beloved English heavy metal band Black Sabbath launched their final series of concerts in 2016 dubbed ‘The End Tour,’ and lead singer Ozzy Osbourne shut down talks of a reunion album towards the end of last year. 

Osbourne is still making solo records, and although a reunion tour in 2024 seems unlikely, a relatively short price of 8/1 will certainly raise a few eyebrows.

One Direction to tour in 2024: 1/1 odds

Ever since taking an indefinite hiatus in 2015, rumours of a reunion (1/1 for a 2024 tour) have been on the cards, although band member Zayn Malik has often distanced himself from returning.

In a victorious night for now-successful solo artist Harry Styles at the Brit Awards, he said “I want to thank Niall, Liam, Louis and Zayn because I wouldn’t be here without you either.”


Liam Solomon, PR manager for Fair Betting Sites, commented on the odds “for the last 20 years, rumours circulate online on the brothers getting back together to reunite one of the best bands in history, and every year fans are left disappointed. However, with age comes wisdom, and it’s never felt more of a realistic prospect of seeing Noel & Liam burying the hatchet & bringing Oasis back together.”

Other Band Reunion Odds

  • Little Mix to tour in 2024 – 6/4
  • The White Stripes to tour in 2024 – 25/1 
  • The Spice Girls including Victoria Beckham to tour in 2024 – 3/1
  • Take That including Robbie Williams to tour in 2024 – 2/1
  • The Smiths to tour in 2024 – 20/1

*Note. These are hypothetical odds by the Fair Betting Sites trading team. They are for entertainment purposes only.

Liam Solomon

Liam is a content writer for Fair Betting Sites. He has 7 years of experience writing articles on trending topics including sports and finance. Liam has a passion for analysing trending data and has had his data shared in publications including New York Times, BBC and 1000's more.

Was this article helpful?
[news_guides_section id="220"]