Radiohead to play one-off gig this weekend (Jan 24) for Oxfam Haiti earthquake appeal

Band are auctioning tickets for Los Angeles show

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Radiohead have announced they will play a one-off gig for Oxfam's Haiti earthquake emergency response appeal this weekend.

The band will auction tickets for the Los Angeles show at The Music Box Theatre At The Fonda which takes place on Sunday (January 24) night.

The auction is taking place now at Ticketmaster, and runs until 11am (PST) tomorrow (January 23).

Speaking about the one-off show, Radiohead declared: "We're in the middle of recording at the moment, so you'll be catching us on the fly, but if you're up for it, then we are too."

Along with the gig the likes of Damon Albarn, Arctic Monkeys, Coldplay, Klaxons and the Glastonbury Festival have donated items to the auction.

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