A piece of GRASS from Liam Gallagher Knebworth’s concert over the weekend is worth more than £ 7,500 eBay.
The Oasis the frontman performed two concerts at the Hertfordshire Festival on Friday and Saturday last weekend. A few hours after the concert a piece of grass from the festival site was put up for auction on eBay.
The item titled “Grass by Liam Gallagher at Knebworth 2022” was sold to dwadav.aioxj9d and had a starting price of £ 5 when it was first introduced on the list on Sunday evening (June 5).
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It looks like the item went unnoticed until this morning (June 7) when a number of people started betting on the item. In an hour and a half the goods rose from the starting price to 5,200 pounds.
As of 2pm today a piece of grass is worth £ 7,900. The auction will end on Sunday (June 12). For those interested in the quality of the product, it is marked as “new”. Photos from the auction show that it can even be delivered sealed in a plastic wrapper.
The salesman, who hails from Stoubridge in Dudley, also keeps postage fair at 95 pensions. But potential buyers should know that returns are not accepted.
At last weekend’s grand concerts, Liam cheerfully laughed at the anniversary weekend from sale of a series of goods “King Liam”.. The souvenirs featured the legend of Oasis, modeled to look like real royalty, while mugs and kitchen towels “Knebworth Jubilee” were also on sale.
The weekend concerts marked the 25th anniversary of Oasis ’first performance at Knebworth in 1996. It was a landmark moment for fans Fires – a group of hundreds of thousands of fans attending the concert.
In an interview last month, Liam said he still hopes the band can return together in the future. The star said: “I would like Oasis to come together again. “If it happens, it will happen, but I am very happy to be doing it. We should never have parted, but we did, and that’s where we are. ”
You can find an eBay list here.
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