Radiohead has tinkered with the itinerary for the second leg of its North American tour, which will now kick off with a newly announced July 30 show in Atlanta. Shows in Toronto (Aug. 3), Philadelphia

Radiohead has tinkered with the itinerary for the second leg of its North American tour, which will now kick off with a newly announced July 30 show in Atlanta. Shows in Toronto (Aug. 3), Philadelphia (Aug. 7), and Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio (Aug. 8) have also moved slightly from their originally scheduled dates. As previously reported, the North American gigs begin June 18 in Spring, Texas.

The summer dates, with opening act the Beta Band, come in support of Radiohead's fifth Capitol studio album, "Amnesiac," released yesterday (June 5) in North America. First single "I Might Be Wrong" is No. 29 in its fifth week on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart.

Here are Radiohead's tour dates:
June 18: Spring, Texas (C.W. Mitchell Pavilion)
June 20: Morrison, Colo. (Red Rocks)
June 23: George, Wash. (the Gorge)
June 24: Vancouver (Thunderbird Stadium)
June 27: Mountain View, Calif. (Shoreline Amphitheater)
June 29-30: Santa Barbara, Calif. (Santa Barbara Bowl)
July 7: Oxford, England (South Park)
July 30: Atlanta (venue TBA)
Aug. 1: Chicago (Butler Field)
Aug. 3: Toronto (Molson Amphitheater)
Aug. 5: Montreal (Park Jean Drapeu)
Aug. 7: Philadelphia (venue TBA)
Aug. 8: Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio (Blossom Music Center)
Aug. 11-12: Centreville, Va. (Bull Run Regional Park)
Aug. 14: Boston (Suffolk Downs)
Aug. 16-17: Jersey City, N.J. (Liberty State Park)
Aug. 20: Los Angeles (Hollywood Bowl)
Sept. 11: Berlin (Wuhlheide)
Sept. 30: Osaka, Japan (Castle-Jo Hall)
Oct. 2: Tokyo (Budokan)
Oct. 3: Yokohama, Japan (Yokohama Arena)