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Radiohead formed while at school in Oxfordshire, England, during the mid eighties. Since that time they have gone on to be a multi-award winning band with a loyal fan-base to match their critical acclaim. It wasn't until the success of the 1992 single 'Creep', that Radiohead gained a wide public audience. Their performances on tour, highlighted by Thom Yorke's mesmerizing vocal displays, only served to underline the fact a new force had arrived on the UK music scene. Two albums later, 'OK Computer' propelled the band into the alternative pop and rock stratosphere. The following world tour, 'Against Demons', sealed their place as an international success. Not content with being pigeonholed, the band took off on different directions with their next projects, 'Kid A' and 'Amnesiac', presenting a far more challenging and minimalist feel. While some felt the direction to be commercially flawed, the band maintained a huge support among loyal fans while gaining new ones in equal measure. They remained high on the critics agenda too, winning more awards and keeping true to the heart of the bands wish to keep things creatively interesting and original. Their 2007 album, 'Rainbows'. was available for download off the band's website at whatever price the customer deemed appropriate. Radiohead have kept up with marketing and musical trends and continue to be innovators, while simultaneously cementing themselves as a successful and unique force in modern music.

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Radiohead tour dates 2017 United Kingdom

Radiohead does not currently have any concerts scheduled in United Kingdom in 2017. If you’re a Radiohead fan, there are similar bands with concerts coming up like Placebo, Coldplay, Beck, Pixies. The last time Radiohead played a show in United Kingdom was 2016, in London. Overall, Radiohead have played a total of 9 gigs in the country. If you’re ready for a road trip, Radiohead, currently has 7 gigs booked in cities like Austin (United States), Montreal (Canada), Mexico City (Mexico).

Past Radiohead gigs

19 Jul 2017 Park Hayarkon Tel Aviv-Yafo
05 Jul 2017 Manchester Arena Manchester
04 Jul 2017 Manchester Arena Manchester
20 Jun 2017 The O2 Dublin Dublin
16 Jun 2017 Autodromo di Monza Monza
14 Jun 2017 Ippodromo del Visarno Firenze
09 Jun 2017 Globen Stockholm
07 Jun 2017 Oslo Spektrum Oslo
06 Jun 2017 Oslo Spektrum Oslo
18 Apr 2017 Greek Theatre-U.C. Berkeley Berkeley
17 Apr 2017 Greek Theatre-U.C. Berkeley Berkeley
11 Apr 2017 Santa Barbara Bowl Santa Barbara
09 Apr 2017 Moda Center Portland
08 Apr 2017 KeyArena Seattle
05 Apr 2017 Sprint Center Kansas City
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Radiohead's latest news

Radiohead latest news, rumours and lineup confirmations.

  • 09 Feb 2016

    British Indie Rockers Bloc Party Rolling South By Southwest on North American Tour.

    Since their hiatus in 2013 indie rock band, Bloc Party have returned with their fifth album Hymns. The band will be kicking off the North American leg of their tour in March with a stop in Austin, Texas at the South by South West festival, quickly followed by the McDowell Mountain Festival...

  • 25 Apr 2013

    Listen to Songs From The Great Gatsby's Soundtrack.

    When talking about director Baz Luhrmann and his soundtrack choices, we're usually pleasantly surprised with what we hear. Even from early on, you could see his clear intentions to take risks banking on using bands like Radiohead, Garbage, or Everclear in movies like Romeo and Juliet (1996...

  • 19 Mar 2013

    Thom Yorke Bringing Other Band Atoms for Peace (York, Flea, Nigel Godrich) to U.S. for Six Concerts.

    After previously announce a European tour that will include three London Gigs at the Roundhouse to close things out, Thom Yorke and his other band, Atoms for Peace, are all scheduled to head stateside for a small U.S. tour!Any Radiohead fan should be jumping with joy upon hearing the n...

  • 07 Mar 2013

    Thom Yorke's Atoms for Peace to Close Out European Tour with Three London Gigs!

    We don't like to throw the word “supergroup” around, but that's what they've been labelled. Atoms For Peace, which seems more like a Thom Yorke-driven project, sounds an awful lot like his 2006 solo album The Eraser mixed with the most experimental and electronic Radiohead sounds of th...


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