Radiohead announce two huge Manchester headline gigs and further European tour dates

The band's summer itinerary has become even busier with this new announcement

Radiohead have added to their touring plans next summer with the announcement of a number of European gigs, including two huge headlining shows in Manchester in July.

The Oxford five-piece will be a regular fixture on the festival circuit next summer, with the recent announcement of their Friday night headlining slot at Glastonbury 2017 being among the choice dates of their increasingly busy schedule for next year so far.

This evening (October 31) the band expanded their forthcoming tour to include its first UK and Ireland headline dates. Radiohead will play at the Manchester Arena on July 4 and July 5, while they will perform in Dublin at the 3 Arena on June 20.


In addition to those UK and Ireland dates, the band will also cover further ground in Europe with shows in Norway, Sweden and Italy in June.

Tickets for the new gigs will go on sale on November 4 at 9am.

See Radiohead’s current European tour dates for next summer below.

June 7 – Spektrum, Oslo, Norway
June 9 – Ericsson Globe, Stockholm, Sweden
June 11 – Northside Festival, Denmark
June 14 – Visarno Arena, Parco delle Cascine, Florence, Italy
June 16 – I-Days Festival 2017, Parco di Monza, Milan, Italy
June 18 – Best Kept Secret Festival, Holland
June 20 – 3 Arena, Dublin, Ireland
June 23 – Glastonbury Festival, UK
June 28 – Open’er Festival, Gdynia, Poland
June 30 – Rock Werchter, Belgium

July 2 – Main Square Festival, Arras, France
July 4 – Manchester Arena, Manchester
July 5 – Manchester Arena, Manchester




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