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Radiohead Announces 2012 Dates

11:03 AM Monday 11/7/11 |   |

Radiohead has mapped out the first portion of next year’s tour schedule with U.S. shows booked from late February through mid-March.

The dates mark the band’s first major U.S. tour since 2008. Radiohead played one show in Los Angeles in 2010, which was followed by two gigs in New York in September.

The 2012 tour begins Feb. 27 in Miami at AmericanAirlines Arena.

Radiohead will also stop by Tampa, Fla. (Feb. 29); Atlanta (March 1); Houston (March 3); Dallas (March 5); Austin (March 7); St. Louis (March 9); Kansas City, Mo. (March 11); and Broomfield, Colo. (March 13). The last show on the routing (so far) is March 15 in Glendale, Ariz., at Jobing.com Arena.

An announcement on the band’s website promises that more dates will be announced.

A number of pre-sale tickets will be available on Wednesday through www.waste-central.com. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Saturday. The only exception is the Tampa show, which goes on sale Nov. 19.

Radiohead’s eighth studio album, The King of Limbs, was released earlier this year.

Click here for Radiohead’s website.


Comments

  1. DeltaSigChi4 wrote:

    09:46 AM, Nov 13, 2011

    You sure seem to think you know a lot about me. And you have no qualms with creating alt accounts to tell me about it, instead of being a big man and posting under your actual name. Your are seemingly obsessed, a little man stalking me from afar, and irate that you have to keep a pathetic nine-to-five, and still won't ever go to a fraction of the shows I go to. A fraction. You a Radiohead fan? You probably had a headstart on me in your gigography (as you undoubtedly know, I only lived on islands and combat zones since they last toured), but I will make a complete joke of how many times you have seen them by the end of this. Clown.  

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  2. DeltaSucksChi wrote:

    07:43 AM, Nov 13, 2011

    DeltaSigChi,

    Yepp I'm jealous of you. Let's face it who wouldn't be jealous of being an unemployed, 30 year old, still unmarried, failed amateur wrestler who spends most of his days leaving comments on websites and signing his initial. In his spare time you lie about military service and scalp some tickets.

    Wow man you are just living the dream! Everyone must be jealous LOL

  3. DeltaSigChi4 wrote:

    09:07 PM, Nov 12, 2011

    Sounds like someone is jealous. Is someone jealous? Do not be jealous.

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  4. DeltaSucksChi wrote:

    07:19 PM, Nov 12, 2011

    Deltasigchi,

    LOL...go scalp some tickets and play pretend war.

  5. DeltaSigChi4 wrote:

    05:21 PM, Nov 12, 2011

    Go find another hobby besides being my number 1 fangirl.

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  6. DeltaSucksChi wrote:

    07:33 AM, Nov 12, 2011

    @DeltaSigChi

    Yes, you know all about trolling. You are the king of trollstar!

    Go scalp some tickets!

  7. DeltaSucksChi wrote:

    07:32 AM, Nov 12, 2011

    @astor

    They have already announced this is just initial set of dates. There are no california dates (coachella ahem), no north west dates...don't ya just think there might be more later?

  8. Southern Boy wrote:

    08:44 PM, Nov 11, 2011

    @ AstorSapolsky  I'm starting to think there is some strange fascination with British acts and the state of Texas.  I could not understand why the Gorillaz played 3 shows there for the Plastic Beach tour and yet no stops in the South East.  Now Radiohead has 3 stops there.  As for everyone else, it's just a matter of time before they release the rest of the U.S. dates.

  9. DeltaSigChi4 wrote:

    04:55 PM, Nov 11, 2011

    What the hell is wrong with you people? Do not call this obvious imposter 'Delta'! I am Delta. He is clearly trolling. Some of you crack me up.

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  10. AstorSapolsky wrote:

    02:45 PM, Nov 11, 2011

    Delta,

    Three stops in Texas is just whoring for money. They could easily stop in Virginia, D.C., or Baltimore, and sell just as well in Texas. There is no shortage of giant East Coast venues, and it's Radiohead. They will sell out anywhere. They are trying to get the most amount of money with the least amount of work, that's all this is.

    If they left bigger spaces between the dates to fill in with other venues, I would understand. But they are literally taking a day off after each Texas stop to count their money from the previous night.

  11. protonenergy413 wrote:

    07:06 AM, Nov 10, 2011

    SCIslander At least we got Prince this year!!! But yeah the SC concert market blows, cant fault the artists though, even Prince didnt sell out. The market is not strong in SC for the big names to make their max profit which is unfortunately but understandable their overall goal for such tours. More blame could be placed toward the promoter for stressing the max profit aspect but such is the biz.

  12. SCIslanderfan wrote:

    08:49 AM, Nov 09, 2011

    @DeltaSucksChi I'm not going anywhere!And who said anything about hating where I live?Just for your information small markets do have BIG venues.There is something in this country called college basketball and every small market has an arena for that.We get concerts here all the time.But Radiohead has never been one of them.I happen to have a job and can't travel 3 hours to Atlanta during the week just to see one of my favorite bands.They aren't the only band that does this but it gets me mad when some of the bigger bands only play the same cities every time they tour.It gets old!



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