Thom Yorke adds new US shows to 2020 tour

Tomorrow's Modern Boxes is hitting the road next summer

Thom Yorke has added new US dates to his originally planned 2020 UK and Europe solo tour.

As well as adding a second Manchester date to the UK leg of the tour last month, Yorke has today (November 4) revealed additional shows in New York City for March and April. He’ll also stop by Mexico in late April.

Further dates are scheduled in the UK and Europe beginning in June, including appearances at Poland’s Open’er Festival and Denmark’s Roskilde Festival.

The Radiohead frontman will be taking his Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes live project, featuring producer Nigel Godrich and audiovisual composer Tarik Barri, on the road. It all kicks off in Glasgow on June 19 before two nights in Manchester and a further pair of gigs in London.

The pair will be touring material from throughout Yorke’s solo career and work with Atoms For Peace, including his latest album ‘ANIMA‘.

Yorke’s upcoming tour dates are below. Tickets to UK shows are on sale now, and you can get them here.

MARCH 2020
28 – Fairfax, VA, EagleBank Arena
30 – New York, NY, Radio City Music Hall
31 – New York, NY, Hammerstein Ballroom

APRIL 2020
01 – New York, NY, Hammerstein Ballroom
04 – Chicago, IL, United Center
05 – St. Paul, MN, Xcel Energy Center
08 – Denver, CO, Mission Ballroom
22 – Monterrey, MX, Showcenter Complex
24 – Guadalajara, MX, Terraza Vallarata

JUNE 2020
19 – Glasgow, UK. SEC
20 – Manchester, UK, O2 Warehouse
23 – London, UK, Eventim Apollo
24 – London, UK, Eventim Apollo

JULY 2020
01 – Gdynia, PL. Open’er Festival
02-04 – Roskilde, DK. Roskilde Festival
06 – Amsterdam, NL, AFAS Live
09 – Milan, IT, Ippodromo del Galoppo di San Siro
11 – Trencin, SL, Pohoda Festival
12 – Prague, CZ, Karlin Hall
13 – Berlin, DE, RMax-Schmeling-Halle

A recent gig saw Yorke debut Radiohead fan favourite ‘Like Spinning Plates‘ live for the first time in nine years.

In other Radiohead news, bandmate Ed O’Brien recently aired his first solo work with ‘Santa Teresa‘. Radiohead last released an album with 2016’s ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’, and O’Brien said that “we’ve got some stuff that we were talking about,” regarding the band’s next steps.