The run will kick off March 20 at the American Airlines Arena in Miami. They'll also play at major arenas in Atlanta, New Orleans, Kansas City, Seattle, Portland, Berkeley, and Santa Barbara before heading across the pond. Tickets for all non-Coachella North American shows go on sale Jan. 20.
Radiohead's 2017 tour follows a handful of 2016 shows that were held in support of their most recent album, last year's A Moon Shaped Pool. They were the band's first concerts since 2012's tour and featured two nights at New York's Madison Square Garden and two nights at Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium.
See a full list of Radiohead's 2017 tour dates below.
March 30 Miami, FL - American Airlines Arena
April 1 Atlanta, GA - Philips Arena
April 3 New Orleans, LA - Smoothie King Center
April 5 Kansas City, MO - Sprint Center
April 8 Seattle, WA - Key Arena
April 9 Portland, OR - Moda Center
April 11 Santa Barbara, CA - Santa Barbara Bowl
April 14 Indio, CA - Coachella
April 17-18 Berkeley, CA - Greek Theatre
April 21 Indio, CA - Coachella
June 6-7 Oslo, Norway - Spektrum
June 9 Stockholm, Sweden - Ericsson Globe
June 11 Aarhus, Denmark - Northside Festival
June 14 Florence, Italy - Visarno Arena @ Parco Delle Cascine
June 16 Milan, Italy - I-Days @ Parco di Monza
June 18 Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands - Best Kept Secret Festival
June 20 Dublin, Ireland - 3Arena
June 23 Pilton, England - Glastonbury Festival
June 28 Gdynia, Poland - Open'er Festival
June 30 Werchter, Belgium - Rock Werchter
July 2 Arras, France - Main Square Festival
July 4-5 Manchester, England - Manchester Arena
|Thom Yorke with Radiohead performing during the band's 2012 tour opener at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Fla. on February 27, 2012. Radiohead announced a new U.S. tour that will again begin in Miami. File Photo by Michael Bush/UPI|
Radiohead announces nine date U.S. tour
Radiohead has announced a new nine date U.S. tour for 2017 which takes place in-between their headlining set at Coachella.
The short tour kicks off March 30 at the American Airlines Arena in Miami before they travel to Atlanta, New Orleans, Kansas City, Seattle and Portland before staying in California for multiple dates including two weekends at Coachella in April.
The final dates outside of Coachella include two stints at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley.
Following their U.S. trek, the band will heading off to Europe and the U.K. for 11 dates, some of which also include festival outings.
Radiohead is touring in support of their ninth studio album A Moon Shaped Pool which released in May. The group had performed at four locations in the U.S. following the release of the album, their first world tour in four years.
How To Get Radiohead 2017 Tour Tickets: US Tour Dates, Locations Announced
Following the recent announcement of festival dates and European tour dates, Radiohead has announced a series of shows in the United States.
Along with the group’s headlining performances at Coachella in April, the band will also visit Atlanta, Seattle, New Orleans and Miami. The group’s U.S. tour will begin on March 30 and run until their second week Coachella performance on April 21.
Tickets for the shows go on sale on Jan. 20, and fans are limited to four tickets apiece. For the Santa Barbara show, fans are only allowed two tickets per order. Check out the U.S. tour dates below:
March 30 – Miami, Florida – American Airlines Arena
April 1 – Atlanta, Georgia – Philips Arena
April 3 – New Orleans, Louisiana – Smoothie King Center
April 5 – Kansas City, Missouri – Sprint Center
April 8 – Seattle, Washington – Key Arena
April 9 – Portland, Oregon – Moda Center
April 11 – Santa Barbara, California – Santa Barbara Bowl
April 14 – Indio, California – Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival
April 17 – Berkeley, California – Greek Theatre
April 18 – Berkeley, California – Greek Theatre
April 21 – Indio, California – Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival
In November, the group’s social media accounts issued a warning to fans about third-party seller sites. “As the Radiohead shows sell out, tickets will inevitably find their way onto secondary ticketing sites,” a post on Facebook read. “As on previous tours, if you’re thinking of buying a ticket from secondary sites please please carefully check the original rules of the venue concerned.”
The post went on to state that an ID may be needed to match your name to the ticket. “Many of the tickets will be named and stringent ID checks will be in place; you risk being refused entry to the venue. We hope you understand the need to put such measures in place to give more fans a chance to get to the show.”