IT'S nearly 25 years on since Oasis delivered two sensational gigs right here in Irvine. 

The Gallagher brothers swaggered onto the stage at Irvine Beach Park on Friday and Saturday, July 14 and 15 1995 to play in front of 12,000 fans over the two nights.

The gigs were a mixture of shades, celebrities and of course Cigarrettes and Alcohol. 

Following on from the success of their debut number one album Definitely Maybe the Manchester group arrived in Ayrshire with a host of new songs of the upcoming album (What's the Story) Morning Glory - which was released a few months later.

Reviews from the time capture a wind battered tent, as the typical Scottish weather welcomed hits such as Live Forever, Don't Look Back in Anger and Rock 'n' Roll Star.

A year later the band would return to Scotland to play a sell-out gig at Loch Lomond, before their monumental Knebworth shows in which Oasis played to 250,000 over two nights. 

The Irvine Times were there to cover the gigs and at a time where the enjoyment of seeing a band rock is a distant memory, we thought we would celebrate our town's most Mad For It nights.

We want you to tell us your memories of that night, were you there, have you got any old pictures of baggy t-shirts, lager soaked hair, were you lucky enough to have met any of the band. 

Get in touch with us via Facebook to let us know.