Last week - upon announcing his debut solo album - Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien revealed that the band were planning some surprise tour dates for 2018, after it looked like their world tour for ninth album ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’ came to an end this summer.
Lo and behold, though, these dates have now been formally announced! The band will play six shows across South America in April.
The run starts in Santiago on 11th April, and run until the 25th, where they play the Colombian capital Bogota.
The band have also recently been nominated for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame. They weren’t too happy about the inclusion, and carrying on from this distaste at the idea, they’ve scheduled a gig in Buenos Aires on the night of the induction (14th April).
View the dates and watch the band’s full set from their show at this summer’s Rock Werchter below.
11 Santiago,Estadio Nacional
14 Buenos Aires, Tecnopolis
17 Lima, Estadio Nacional
20 Rio de Janeiro, Parque Olimpico
22 Sao Paulo, Allianz Parque
25 Bogota, Parque 222
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