Radiohead has announced a set of June tour dates consisting of two-show theater stints in nine North American cities. The run will open with a June 1-2 stand just outside of Philadelphia at the Tower
Radiohead has announced a set of June tour dates consisting of two-show theater stints in nine North American cities. The run will open with a June 1-2 stand just outside of Philadelphia at the Tower Theatre and conclude with a June 29-30 stand at Los Angeles' Greek Theatre. Opening acts have not yet been named.
Previously reported speculation of multiple-night visits to Chicago, Montreal and Toronto have also come to fruition. In addition, the U.K.-based act will perform twice in New York, San Diego, Los Angeles and Berkeley, Calif. Tickets for some of the newly-announced shows go on sale Friday (May 5) via the band's Web site.
Outside of a previously announced June 17 headlining appearance at Tennessee's Bonnaroo festival, no other North America tour dates are being planned, according to a band spokesperson. The tour will "draw heavily" on new material the band has been crafting over the past year, although "there are no plans for a Radiohead album release any time in 2006," according to a statement.
Radiohead's European festival dates begin May 6-7 in Copenhagen and will pick back up in August with a handful of dates in the U.K. and Hungary.
Here are Radiohead's North American tour dates:
June 1-2: Upper Darby, Pa. (Tower Theatre)
June 4-5: Boston (Bank of America Pavilion)
June 7-8: Toronto (Hummingbird Center)
June 10-11: Montreal (Salle Wilred Pelletier at Places des Arts)
June 13-14: New York (Theatre at Madison Square Garden)
June 17: Manchester, Tenn. (Bonnaroo)
June 19-20: Chicago (Auditorium Theatre)
June 23-24: Berkeley (Greek Theater)
June 26-27: San Diego (Bayside)
June 29-30: Los Angeles (Greek Theater)