Radiohead Announce First U.S. Concerts in Four Years

Group unveils first U.S. dates since 2012

Radiohead Announce First U.S. Concerts in Four Years
Radiohead have announced their first U.S. concerts in four years.

After lining up a series of festival dates around the globe, Radiohead have announced their first U.S. concerts in four years. Although the band has still not revealed the details surrounding the follow-up to 2011's The King of Limbs, Thom Yorke and company have lined up four U.S. headlining shows: July 26 and 27th at New York's Madison Square Garden and August 4th & 8th at Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium.

"These are all the headline shows that the band will play in 2016," the band's Dead Air Space notes, although that doesn't eliminate soon-to-be-announced appearances at U.S. music festivals; Radiohead have already booked a headlining gig at Quebec's Osheaga fest and have promised to "add a few more" festival appearances to their summer slate, the band said in a statement.

In an attempt "to minimise secondary ticketing and to give more fans a chance to buy a ticket at its intended price, restrictions will apply, including a limit of 2 tickets per order on all shows." Check out the band's W.A.S.T.E. page for full on-sale information.

After over three years of musical inactivity, Radiohead ended their silence on December 25th to unveil "Spectre," their unused theme for the James Bond film Spectre; producers opted instead for Sam Smith's Oscar-winning "The Writing's on the Wall." Throughout 2015, Radiohead was rumored to be working on their ninth studio album.

Radiohead North American Tour Dates

July 26 & 27 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
July 29 - 31 - Montreal, QC @ Osheaga Music and Arts Festival
August 4 & 8 – Los Angeles, CA @ Shrine Auditorium
October 3 & 4 - Mexico City @ Palacio de los Deportes