Radiohead announce October UK arena tour

Radiohead have announced a UK arena tour for later this year.

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Radiohead have announced a UK arena tour for later this year.

The Oxford band, who are currently touring North America in support of their new album ‘The King Of Limbs’, will play three shows on the tour.

The band will first play a show at Manchester’s Evening News Arena on October 6 before playing two shows at London’s O2 Arena on October 8 and 9.

Tickets for the shows go onsale tomorrow (March 7) at 9am (GMT) for fan club members and on general sale on Friday (March 9) at 9am (GMT). Most tickets sold will be “paperless”, meaning ticket buyers must bring their purchase confirmation email, the card they used for the purchase and valid photo ID to the gigs. Tickets will be limited to four per person.

Radiohead have been playing two new songs ‘Identikit’ and ‘Cut A Hole’ as part of their recent live set. You can see live footage of both tracks by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

The band have also booked assorted European shows and festival appearances throughout the summer, including slots at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Fuji Rock Festival and Bilbao BBK Live festival.

Radiohead will play:

Manchester Evening News Arena (October 6)
London O2 Arena (8,9)


‘Identikit’




‘Cut A Hole’

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