Following a brief nine-city North American tour from August 26 to September 9, Oasis will head home to the UK for a 14-show, seven-city...

Following a brief nine-city North American tour from August 26 to September 9, Oasis will head home to the UK for a 14-show, seven-city tour, starting on October 7 in Liverpool, England, and winding down on October 30 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Each engagement is a two-night stand at the same venue. Tickets go on sale on October 20.

Oasis then crosses the pond for three shows in Mexico, November 26-29. The initial North American leg contains only one U.S. stop (Seattle, WA), with Canadian shows filling the rest of the itinerary. All tour legs and dates are part of Oasis’ current 14-month world tour.

UK ticket buyers using the band’s Web site will also be able to pre-order the first single (“The Shock of the Lightning”) from Oasis’ forthcoming album, “Dig Out Your Soul,” due for an October 6 release.

Oasis will also issue a limited edition box set of the album containing four heavyweight vinyl discs, two CDs, a DVD and hardback. The package includes nine bonus tracks, remixes and films recorded during studio sessions.

Oasis itinerary:
(Dates subject to change.)

August 26 Seattle, WA WaMu Theater
August 27 Vancouver, BC GM Place
August 29 Edmonton, AB Rexhall Place
August 30 Calgary, AB Pengrowth Saddledome
September 1 Winnipeg, MB MTS Centre
September 4 Ontario, ONT Scotiabank Place
September 5 Québec, QUE Bell Center
September 6 Toronto, ONT Toronto Island Park
September 9 Ontario, ONT The John Labatt Centre
October 7-8 Liverpool, ENG Liverpool Echo Arena
October 10-11 Sheffield, ENG Sheffield Arena
October 13-14 Birmingham, ENG Brimingham NIA
October 16-17 London, ENG Wembley Arena
October 20-21 Bournemouth, ENG Bournemouth BIC
October 23-24 Cardiff, WAL Cardiff International Arena
October 29-30 Belfast, N. IRE Belfast Odyssey Arena
November 1-2 Aberdeen, SCO Aberdeen Exhibition Centre
November 4-5 Glasgow, SCO Glasgow SECC
November 26 Mexico City, MEX Palacio de los Deportes
November 28 Mexico City, MEX VFG Arena
November 29 Monterrey, MEX Arena Monterrey