Pub goers looking to revel in an Oasis tribute band have been stuck in a pub due to a blizzard for four days, The New York Times reported.
Pubgoers in Yorkshire, England went to see Noasis tribute band Oasis on Friday. However, as of Monday, they were still inside the drinking hole because of a blizzard, according to the Times.
Since Friday night, sixty-one people, including employees and pubgoers, have been stuck inside The Tan Hill Inn as the conditions have not improved. New York Post reported.
According to the Post, some people managed to escape in off-road vehicles. Also, a mountain rescue team was able to pull a few people out the pub for medical or family reasons.
According to The Times, rooms are available at the Inn.
Nicola Townsend, general manager of Tan Hill Inn, told the Times that patrons were “respectful of each other”And I have not gotten. “loud and drunk”During this strange time.
Townsend said that the guests are not looking back at each other in anger and are in “in really good spirits.”
“They’ve formed quite a friendship … like a big family is the best way I can describe it,”She said. “One lady actually said ‘I don’t want to leave.’”
The pub has been sharing its last few days’ events on its Facebook page.
According to reports, the guests were renamed Noasis. “Snowasis”Because of the circumstances.
Oasis made the Knebworth concert recordings live earlier in the month. The document is now streaming on YouTube. Paramount+.