Caribou to support Radiohead on UK arena tour

Canadian musician will open up on all dates of 'The King Of Limbs' European tour

Caribou to support Radiohead on UK arena tour

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Caribou have been confirmed to support Radiohead on their UK arena tour later this year.

The electro artist, who released his latest album 'Swim' in 2010, will provide support to the Oxford band on all three of their UK dates in October. Caribou are also set to support on all the band's European tour dates.

Radiohead 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. They will then undertake a full European tour.

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

Radiohead are currently touring North America and also have a number of gigs scheduled in the Far East for later this summer.

Radiohead/Caribou will play:

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


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