The band to appear at Broadcasting House HQ
Radiohead have confirmed that they are to play a free gig in London for BBC Radio 2.
The show is set to take place on April 1, and fans will be able to apply for tickets to the one-off concert via a telephone line, as well as winning tickets on various BBC radio networks.
The free show will be held at BBC’s Radio Theatre, inside Broadcasting House in central London.
Band member Colin Greenwood has previously alluded to planning for the Radio 2 show and that it would be a special ‘In Rainbows’ gig.
The band are also due to record a series of interviews for the radio station, which will be broadcast ahead of Radiohead’s UK tour this June.
Radio 2 head of music Jeff Smith has commented: “You’d be a fool to miss the concert,” which takes place in London on 1 April.
Tickets are available by calling this number: 08700 100 200.
The show will be held at the BBC’s Radio Theatre, inside its Broadcasting House HQ in central London.
Radiohead’s forthcoming European dates are as follows:
Dublin Malahide Castle (June 7)
Paris Bercy (9, 10)
Barcelona Parc del Forum (12)
Nimes Arenes (14)
Milan Civica Arena (18)
Southside Festival (20)
Hurricane Festival (22)
London Victoria Park (24, 25)
Glasgow Green (27)
Manchester Old Trafford Cricket Ground (29)
Amsterdam Westerpark (July 1)
Roskilde Festival (3)
Berlin Wuhlheide (8)
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