Band will play three London gigs in May
Tickets for Radiohead‘s first UK gigs since 2012 are available from 9am this morning (March 18).
The band, who are working on a new studio album, will play three nights at the Roundhouse in London this May. They will also play gigs in Amsterdam and Paris in May with further live shows in New York, Los Angeles and Mexico City confirmed for later in the year.
The band’s three London gigs will all take place at the 3300 capacity Roundhouse venue in May. Thom Yorke and the rest of the band will play the Camden venue on May 26, 27 and 28 with tickets available from 9am through Ticketmaster, Gigs and Tours and the Roundhouse website.
In order to minimise secondary ticketing, restrictions will apply and tickets will be limited to two per order. Tickets will cost £65 plus fees.
Radiohead will also play Amsterdam’s Heineken Music Hall and Le Zenith in Paris shortly after their brief London residency.
Come July and Radiohead will headline Madison Square Garden in New York before crossing to the west coast and playing two gigs at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Finally, in October, they will travel to Mexico to headline the Palacio De Los Deportes venue.
Radiohead will play
Amsterdam, Heineken Music Hall (May 20-21)
Paris, Le Zenith (May 23-24)
London, Roundhouse (May 26-28)
New York, Madison Square Garden (July 26-27)
Los Angeles, Shrine Auditorium (August 4, 8)
Mexico City, Palacio De Los Deportes (October 3-4)
Radiohead recently announced a raft of European festival appearances, including a headline slot at Primavera in Spain. The band will also headline Iceland’s Secret Solstice, NOS Alive Portugal and OpenAir St Gallen Festival in Switzerland.
The band have also announced a number of festival headline dates across North America this summer, including Chicago’s Lollapalooza, San Francisco’s Outside Lands and Montreal’s Osheaga Music Festival.
The tour dates represent the latest news in what is set to be a busy 2016 for the band, amid news that a new LP will be released this year , their first since 2011’s ‘King of Limbs’.
Speaking last year, guitarist Jonny Greenwood confirmed that “lots has been recorded” for the album and that Radiohead hoped to tour the record throughout 2016.