Having to postpone its Euro dates after a stage collapse in Canada killed one of the band’s crewmembers and injured three others, Radiohead has announced its new itinerary scheduled to launch in September.
Radiohead was supposed to play Downsview Park in Toronto, Ontario, June 16. But minutes before the band was supposed to walk on stage, the center section of the portable roof collapsed onto the deck. Radiohead crewmember Scott Johnson was killed in the accident.
Now the band has shifted its mid-summer schedule to September. Here’s the new schedule:
Sept. 20 – Canton de Vaud, Switzerland, Quarry of St. Triphon (replaces July 9)
Sept. 22 – Rome, Italy, Ippodromo Delle Capannelle (replaces June 30)
Sept. 23 – Florence, Italy, Parco Delle Cascine (replaces July 1)
Sept. 25 – Bologna, Italy, Arena Parco Nord (replaces July 3)
Sept. 26 – Codroipo, Italy, Villa Manin (replaces July 4)
Sept. 29 – Berlin, Germany, Kindl-Buehne Wuhlheide (replaces July 6)
Sept. 30 – Berlin, Germany, Kindl-Buehne Wuhlheide (replaces July 7)
Tickets purchased for the original dates will be honored for the newly rescheduled shows. Visit Radiohead.com for more information.