Radiohead has recently announced that they will be embarking on a world tour this year.
The band said on its website that they have the following dates booked up already:
20th Amsterdam, Heineken Music Hall
21st Amsterdam, Heineken Music Hall
23rd Paris, Le Zénith
24th Paris, Le Zénith
26th London, Roundhouse
27th London, Roundhouse
28th London, Roundhouse
26th New York City, Madison Square Garden
27th New York City, Madison Square Garden
4th Los Angeles, Shrine Auditorium
8th Los Angeles, Shrine Auditorium
3rd Mexico City, Palacio de los Deportes
4th Mexico City, Palacio de los Deportes
1st Les Nuits Des Fourvieres, Lyon, France (just added)
3rd Primavera Sound, Barcelona, Spain
17th Secret Solstice, Reyjkavik, Iceland
The music festivals announced so far are:
2nd Openair St Gallen, Switzerland
8th Nos Alive Festival, Lisbon, Portugal
29-31st Osheaga Music And Arts Festival, Montreal, Canada
20th Summersonic Festival, Osaka, Japan
21st Summersonic Festival, Tokyo, Japan
11th Lollapalooza Festival, Berlin, Germany
Check the dates and ticket details here.
This will be the first set of live shows of the band since 2012.
Many fans are pointing out that this could mean that the band will have a new album, a follow-up to 2011’s King of Limbs. This, however, was not mentioned in the tour announcement.
The band, however, has been giving hints that they are on their way to releasing new material. Last year, a photo of the band in the studio was posted online, and guitarist Jonny Greenwood said in October that “lots has been recorded,” although the band did not confirm any specific plans yet.
The band’s announcement also said that they are minimising secondary ticketing, so there will be restrictions, “including a limit of 2 tickets per order on all shows. Please carefully read the ticket store’s terms & conditions before you buy as you may need to bring ID to match your ticket.”