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Radiohead Unveil UK Tour Plans

Radiohead Unveil UK Tour Plans

[b]Radiohead[/b] have revealed their plans for a UK tour next year.

Thom Yorke and co have confirmed that they will headline shows at open-air venues next June, Including two shows at [b]London's Victoria Park[/b] on June 24 and 25.

The band teasingly revealed that they would play shows in June next year on their website last week.

More rumours abound about the possibility that the group will headline next year's [b]Glastonbury[/b] festival, as they have tantilisingly kept June 28 free from the announced tour plans.

They've previously headlined Glastonbury in 1997 and 2003.

Radiohead have now confirmed the following venues, tickets for the five-date tour will go on sale from 9am this Friday (December 7).

[b]Dublin Malahide Castle (June 7)
London Victoria Park (24, 25)
Glasgow Green (27)
Manchester Old Trafford Cricket Ground (29)[/b]

As well as the UK dates, Radiohead are set to play a number of European festivals next summer, as well as shows in various European cities, the full details of which are yet to be announced.

Meanwhile, Radiohead's latest album 'In Rainbows' has finally been dispatched as a lush vinyl set. The package comes with a second disc - see what it's like here!
In Rainbows - Part Two!

Pic credit: PA Photos


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