Dublin sees the last night of their mammoth trek around the globe...

RADIOHEAD have ended their 2003 world tour – in the same city they started it over six months ago.

Since May the band have been on the road across the world in support of their current album ‘Hail To The Thief’. As well as playing two UK tours, the group have also played a massive two-legged North American tour, various festivals, and shows on mainland Europe.

Last night the band played their second and final night at the Dublin Point venue (December 4), the same town that they started the dates in mid May. Then they played low-key warm-up shows at the Dublin Olympia (May 17-18).

As well as playing ‘Creep’, which is becoming a semi-regular part of the band’s set, Radiohead encored with the unreleased ‘Big Ideas’, a ‘lost classic’ written around the time of ‘OK Computer’.

The band played:


‘Sit Down. Stand Up’

‘Where I End And You Begin’

‘Morning Bell’

‘Exit Music (For A Film)’

‘The Bends’

‘Kid A’

‘Sail To The Moon’

‘Go To Sleep’

‘Paranoid Android’

‘A Punch-Up At A Wedding’



‘You And Whose Army?’

‘The Gloaming’


‘There There’

‘Pyramid Song’

‘The National Anthem’

‘A Wolf At The Door’

‘How To Disappear Completely’

‘We Suck Young Blood’

‘Karma Police’

‘Big Ideas’

‘Everything In Its Right Place’

The band are now planning to take a break for the rest of the year and then resume touring in the spring. Dates have already been confirmed for Japan and Australia, while they’re strongly rumoured to be making an appearance at Coachella 2004 in California in late April.