Radiohead

It’s finally happening. Radiohead haven’t done a proper full-scale tour of these parts in a few years. But early next year, they’ll launch a trip that covers large parts of the American South and Midwest, playing sporting arenas named after corporations and everything. And it seems likely that more dates will follow, especially after those rumors that they’ll headline Coachella. We’ve got all the confirmed dates below.

02/27 – Miami, FL @ American Airlines Arena
02/29 – Tampa, FL @ St. Pete Times Forum
03/01 – Atlanta, GA @ Phillips Arena
03/03 – Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
03/05 – Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center
03/07 – Austin, TX @ Frank Erwin Center
03/09 – St. Louis, MO @ Scottrade Center
03/11 – Kansas City, MO @ Spirit Center
03/13 – Broomfield, CO @ 1stBank Center
03/15 – Glendale, AZ @ Jobing.com Arena

General on-sales for these shows will begin November 12, with the exception of the February 29 Tampa, FL date, which will go on sale November 19.

There will be a four ticket per person limit.

[Photo by Jessica Amaya @ Roseland Ballroom]

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Comments (27)
  1. So I take it they’ll be traveling toward the west coast as April approaches, making it more likely (but still not entirely full-proof, since Radiohead is full of surprises) that they’ll be spending two weeks in the Indio desert for Doublechella.

  2. Universal sigh.

  3. Ok, I wanna go to the Atlanta show, how do i get presale tickets?
    help me please!

  4. is there really a corporation named jobing.com that named their arena after their terrible website name?

  5. @ Nick Yeah, there actually is. Sadly, it’s not a porn site.

  6. Well Good Morning Mr. Magpie that’s some good news!!!

    They’re playing near me on my sister’s birthday! How nice :)

  7. Boston just doesnt have a cool enough corporate sponsor for its stadium for Radiohead to come, i guess

    • Yeah, I guess considering how everyone feels about banks right now having TD Garden and Bank of America Pavilion is not working in our favor.
      (I’m sure it has nothing to do with them not having confirmed any northeast tour dates yet.) ; )
      Maybe they’ll just opt to play several dates at House of Blues or something instead. #WishfulThinking

      • Honestly would any of us be shocked if Radiohead did something unusual by only visiting half the US? the last decade has been spent establishing that they can pull whatever sound/album release schedule/ridiculous thom yorke dance moves they want on us and we’ll just blindly accept (myself included)

        • I suppose they could do that, but I’m thinking since their last tour was at least more extensive that they’ll announce more dates… they don’t seem to be adverse to playing the US like PJ Harvey or Bjork or something.

  8. Wow, Other Lives is opening for them. And they got to open for Bon Iver this year too. It’s nice when awesome bands get recognized by bigger acts. They definitely deserve it.

  9. This is awesome… unless you live in California.

  10. Greek theater? Or the Wiltern. I’d like the Wiltern (like that’ll happen).

  11. Argh nobody cares about Cleveland :(

    • Cleveland gets plenty of shows, try living in Indianapolis for a couple of years and you’ll see what it feels like living in the most ignored midwestern city

  12. Anyone who has purchased Radiohead tickets before, around how expensive do they tend to be? Although I would probably pay any price, if I tried to get someone to come with me it’d have to be somewhat reasonable… so a response would help a ton.

    • Usually ticketmaster or whoever is selling the tickets will put up prices before hand… it varies a little from city to city, but it looks like tickets are being offered at around $50 and around $70, including fees. (I’m not sure if for arena shows you can get the fees knocked off by picking up tickets at the venue, since the fees look like about $15 for this.)

  13. Ooh I hope they play creep!!!

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  15. Everyone knows not to expect a rock concert. Right?

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