Radiohead announce US live dates

Thom Yorke and co will tour in March and April 2017

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Radiohead have announced live dates in the US, to coincide with their performances at California’s Coachella in April.

The five-piece, presumably joined by additional live drummer Clive Deamer, will start the dates at Miami’s American Airlines Arena on March 3, before heading to Georgia, Washington, Oregon and other states over the next two months, including two nights at Berkeley’s Greek Theatre on April 17-18.

Radiohead are confirmed to headline this year’s Glastonbury festival, and will also perform at festivals including Denmark’s Northside (June 11), Holland’s Best Kept Secret (June 18), Belgium’s Rock Werchter (June 30) and France’s Main Square (July 2).


The band released their ninth album, A Moon Shaped Pool, on May 8 last year.

In the US, Radiohead will perform at:

Miami, FL – American Airlines Arena (March 3)

Atlanta, GA – Philips Arena (April 1)
New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center (3)
Kansas City, MO – Sprint Center (5)
Seattle, WA – Key Arena (8)
Portland, OR – Moda Center (9)
Santa Barbara, CA – Santa Barbara Bowl (11)
Indio, CA – Coachella (14)
Berkeley, CA – Greek Theatre (17-18)
Indio, CA – Coachella (21)

In other news, Roger Waters recently previewed his new album, produced by longtime Radiohead collaborator Nigel Godrich.


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