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Radiohead will play a number of headline shows and festival dates in the UK and Europe in 2017.

These are in addition to previously-announced headline slots at Glastonbury, Northside, Best Kept Secret, Open’er, Rock Werchter and Main Square festivals.

For full 2017 dates, see below:


JUNE 7 Spektrum, Oslo Norway
JUNE 9 Ericsson Globe, Stockholm Sweden
JUNE 11 Northside Festival, Aarhus Denmark
JUNE 14 Visarno Arena, Parco delle Cascine, Florence Italy
JUNE 16 I-Days Festival 2017, Parco di Monza, Milano Italy
JUNE 18 Best Kept Secret Festival, Hilvarenbeek Netherlands
JUNE 20 3 Arena, Dublin Ireland
JUNE 23 Glastonbury Festival, Pilton UK
JUNE 28 Open’er Festival, Gdynia Poland
JUNE 30 Rock Werchter Festival, Werchter Belgium
JULY 2 Main Square Festival, Arras France
JULY 4 Manchester Arena, Manchester UK
JULY 5 Manchester Arena, Manchester UK

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