Man those Radiohead guys are so good to us. First it was the whole pay what you want thing, maybe you heard. And now, for us sorry saps that don’t have anything to look forward to this Valentine’s Day, they give us a reason to get out of bed in the morning: North American dates go on sale 2/14! Feel the love. (If you’re south of the Mason Dixon, that is.)

A smattering of the cities previously confirmed for Radiohead shows get official venues and dates today, yay (thanks, Tyler). The northeast, midwest, west coast, and Canada are gonna have to wait for another day, unfortunately (you guys can road trip with us). Europeans have had tour details for awhile now — and of course, as the rest of the tour will be, most of those dates are already sold out — but we wend ahead and listed ’em for you anyway (you guys can backpack with us).

So when it comes to Valentine’s Day, and we mean this in the least perverted way possible, hope you get lucky. And also, that you’re able to secure tickets to see Radiohead. Listing of what we know after the jump.

Radiohead 2008 tour

05/05 – West Palm Beach, FL @ Cruzan Ampitheatre
05/06 – Tampa, FL @ Ford Ampitheatre
05/08 – Atlanta, GA @ Lakewood Ampitheatre
05/09 – Charlotte, NC @ Verizon Wireless Ampitheatre
05/11 – Bristow, VA @ Nissan Pavilion Ampitheatre
05/14 – St. Louis, MO @ Verizon Wireless Ampitheatre
05/17 – Houston, TX @ Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavillion
05/18 – Dallas, TX @ Center

06/06 – Dublin, Ireland @ Malahide
06/07 – Dublin, Ireland @ Malahide (SOLD OUT)
06/09 – Paris, France @ Bercy (SOLD OUT)
06/10 – Paris, France @ Bercy (SOLD OUT)
06/12 – Barcelona, Spain @ Parc del Forum
06/14 – Nimes, France @ Arenes (SOLD OUT)
06/15 – Nimes, France @ Arenes (SOLD OUT)
06/17 – Milan, Italy @ Civica Arena (SOLD OUT)
06/18 – Milan, Italy @ Civica Arena (SOLD OUT)
06/20 – Newhausen ob Eck, Germany (Southside Festival)
06/22 – Scheessel, Germany (Hurricane Festival)
06/24 – London, England @ Victoria Park
06/25 – London, England @ Victoria Park
06/27 – Glasgow, Scotland @ Glasgow Green
06/29 – Manchester, England @ LCCC

07/01 – Amseterdam, Netherlands @ Westerpark
07/0? – Roskilde, Denmark (Roskilde Festival)
07/0? – Werchter, Belgium (Rock Werchter Festival)
07/06 – Arras, France (Main Square Festival)
07/08 – Berlin, German @ Wuhlheide

??/?? – Boston, MA
??/?? – Chicago, IL
??/?? – Cleveland, OH
??/?? – Indianapolis, IN
??/?? – Los Angeles, CA
??/?? – Montreal
??/?? – New York, NY
??/?? – Philadelphia, PA
??/?? – San Diego, CA
??/?? – San Francisco, CA
??/?? – San Francisco, CA
??/?? – Santa Barbara, CA
??/?? – Seattle, WA
??/?? – Toronto
??/?? – Vancouver

We’re promised “Where venues or dates are missing, details will be announced later.” Exciting! Ticket purchase info across the board at

Comments (34)
  1. any idea on ticket cost?

  2. r*obox  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0

    Ticket costs are at for the Nissan Pavilion show.

    Any idea when on Feb 14 the tickets will go on sale? 12 a.m.?

  3. r*obox  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0

    Nissan Pavilion: $55/reserved and GA-pit; $35/lawn

  4. nathan  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0

    what’s the password for the presale, because ticketmaster and livenation both say the tickets don’t go onsale until saturday?

  5. dan  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0

    2003 presale via w.a.s.t.e was a complete mess. How have more recent presales gone? I’m nervous about the site crashing like last time.

    Also, houston tickets are $65 for the front pit and seats. Lawn cheaper.

  6. Jeremy  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0

    Denver is getting screwed out of this tour because some idiots broke into their tourbus at the last Red Rocks Show….. lametown.

  7. Matt  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0

    Oh, man. It looks like the Canadian dates could be in July or August! That means I might actually be able to go!

  8. Blake  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0

    I was wondering at what time they go on pre-sale, 12am, 8am, 10am?? I just might have to wait and check them all!

  9. elk  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0

    Ticketmaster should let you pay whatever you want.

  10. yes  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0

    the previous two tours have not had any announced time for the pre-sale. it’s been pretty much all about hitting F5 on your keyboard from midnight onward and hope you aren’t in the restroom when it goes live. i’m not saying it’ll be the same situation, but it sure looks that way. this is one scenario where dilligence really pays off.

  11. vaughn  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0

    unlike 2005 tour, these venues are huge…so although W.A.S.T.E. tix will go fast, TicketWhore tix should not

  12. 08/03/08 – Chicago, IL

    AKA – Closing performance of Lollapalooza.

    Bet me?

  13. Les  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0


  14. sean  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0

    I was at the Red rocks show in Denver (Morrison) Co. and it was (arguably) their best show and venue of the tour.

    It?s the best place to see a band, period. I didn?t hear about Radiohead?s tour bus getting messed with, that was lame.

  15. first radiohead concert...  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0

    ACKPTH. I need to get tickets for the first date– does anybody have any experience ordering tickets through waste? (like do you need to register/be a member of their mailing list/etc.) or do you have just have to show up feb 14th, and hope that the site doesn’t crash?

  16. jujubean  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0

    can someone please explain the differences between pit, general admission, lawn, seating, and reserved?! what is the best? thanks!

  17. j fresh  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0

    i hope you’re right, olivia.

  18. ultimate  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0

    actually somebody stole their stuff at Red Rocks on the Amnesiac tour – They came back for the Hail To The Thief tour a few years later and melted faces.

  19. gaby  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0


  20. con  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0

    why two dates in florida? what is up with that? does any know if they are planning to headline at lollapalooza? i hope they play a seperate show than at lolla


  22. massromantic  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0

    wtf at only having THREE canadian cities. sometimes i feel like bands just don’t care about the rest of canada. we’re people too!

  23. Adam  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2008 0

    Live Nation website says tickets are going on sale 2/16, not 2/14, at 10 AM for the Nissan show.

  24. Paul G  |   Posted on Feb 13th, 2008 0

    Does Radiohead have the balls to offer “choose your own pricing” for a concert?

  25. Erik  |   Posted on Feb 14th, 2008 0

    I got GA Standing room on WASTE. How do I know these are Pit and not Lawn tickets? The seating charts for these amphitheatres dont show any ‘Pit’ areas…

  26. rob z  |   Posted on Feb 14th, 2008 0

    dude, they’re totally pit seats.
    got 4 GA pit tickets for Nissan Pavillion. Awwww yeaa!

  27. machine  |   Posted on Feb 14th, 2008 0

    massromantic: yeah Canada is big.. and England is.. not so big. but they only have 3 dates in England- and that’s where they’re from.
    so that’s something to think about.

  28. pete  |   Posted on Feb 15th, 2008 0

    candada is big geograhically speaking, but it’s totally population is smaller than california.

  29. fuck people  |   Posted on Feb 16th, 2008 0


    alright fuck that, im not plunking down 80 bucks to see them through binoculars.

  30. can i send a disc of chicago afrobeat project for you guys to check out. we would love to have a show reviewed at some point.

  31. samony  |   Posted on Feb 21st, 2008 0


  32. java  |   Posted on Feb 28th, 2008 0

    The great radiohead interview looks more like a rehearsal???????????

  33. Catchlight  |   Posted on Mar 5th, 2008 0

    Toronto concert is Aug. 15 at the Molson Amphitheatre. Anybody know about Montreal and Vancouver?

  34. oilerfan62  |   Posted on Mar 9th, 2008 0

    How do you know the Toronto date?

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