May 12, 2003 12:07


Just as we predicted, the boys head round the larger venues in the country later this year...

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RADIOHEAD have announced details of their November UK tour.

As predicted by NME.COM, the band will follow this week's 'club' tour of the UK and Ireland with a much larger Arena tour in the autumn.

We can reveal the dates to be:

Manchester Evening News Arena (November 22)
Newcastle Telewest Arena (23)
Cardiff International Arena (24)
London Earls Court (26)
Nottingham Arena (29)
Glasgow SECC (30)
Aberdeen AECC (December 1)

Tickets, priced £28.50, go on sale on Saturday May 17. For details call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663.

See next week's NME, dated May 17, for a special competition to win tickets to the band's London Shepherds Bush Empire.

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