Radiohead are set to head to South America in April and now they’ve added to their tour schedule by announcing a bunch of dates a bit further up north.
They’ve lined up a bunch of North American tour dates, which will take place throughout July and lead into August. The dates include a run at New York’s Madison Square Garden as well as stops in Montreal, Toronto, Detroit, Chicago, Columbus, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Boston and Philadelphia.
Meanwhile, Thom Yorke recently soundtracked new short film ‘Why Can’t We Get Along’, while Jonny Greenwood’s been nominated for an Oscar for his score for ‘Phantom Thread’. Jonny’s also just announced that he’s releasing his soundtrack to Lynne Ramsay’s new film ‘You Were Never Really Here’.
See all of Radiohead’s North American dates and revisit ‘Lift’ below.
07 Chicago, United Center
10 New York, Madison Square Garden
11 New York, Madison Square Garden
13 New York, Madison Square Garden
16 Montreal, Bell Centre
17 Montreal, Bell Centre
19 Toronto, Air Canada Centre
20 Toronto, Air Canada Centre
22 Detroit, Little Caesars Arena
23 Columbus, Schottenstein Center
25 Cincinnati, US Bank Arena
26 Pittsburgh, PPG Paints Arena
28 Boston, TD Garden
29 Boston, TD Garden
31 Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
01 Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
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