Radiohead announce 2012 European tour

Band announce four Italian shows and one in Germany

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Radiohead have announced more dates for their planned 2012 world tour.

The band, who have already confirmed a 10-date North American tour for February 2012, have now announced five shows across Europe in June and July.

The gigs begin in Rome on June 30, with the band then playing Florence, Bologna, Udine and finally ending up at Berlin's Wuhlheide on July 6.

The band are expected to announce UK and more European dates in the coming weeks, but have not said when this will be as yet.

The band's guitarist Ed O'Brien has previously indicated that the band's live set on their 2012 tour will be largely drawn from 'The King Of Limbs', as opposed to the 'Greatest Hits' set that the band played on their last world tour.

Radiohead will play:

Rome Hyppodrome Capanelle (June 30)
Florence Parco Delle Cascine (July 1)
Bologna Piazza Maggioara (3)
Udine Villa Manin Codroipo (4)
Berlin Wuhlheide (6)


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