Radiohead has announced a swing of North American tour dates this summer, beginning in Chicago on July 7 and wrapping in Philly on August 1. The group did a handful of U.S. dates last spring; this summer’s shows will hit several cities they didn’t play last time around.
The dates are explicitly extending their world tour in support of their 2016 album A Moon Shaped Pool, with no indication of new group music anytime soon; Ed O’Brien, Phil Selway, and Jonny Greenwood are all keeping busy with solo projects, with the latter up for an Oscar next month for the Phantom Thread score (and another, for Lynne Ramsey’s You Were Never Really Here, out shortly thereafter).
Here are the dates:
Saturday, July 7: Chicago – United Center
Tuesday, July 10: New York – Madison Square Garden
Wednesday, July 11: New York – Madison Square Garden
Friday, July 13: New York – Madison Square Garden
Monday, July 16: Montreal – Bell Centre
Tuesday, July 17: Montreal – Bell Centre
Thursday, July 19: Toronto – Air Canada Centre
Friday, July 20: Toronto – Air Canada Centre
Sunday, July 22: Detroit – Little Caesars Arena
Monday, July 23: Columbus – Schottenstein Center
Wednesday, July 25: Cincinnati – US Bank Arena
Thursday, July 26: Pittsburgh- PPG Paints Arena
Saturday, July 28: Boston – TD Garden
Saturday, July 29: Boston – TD Garden
Tuesday, July 31: Philadelphia- Wells Fargo Center
Wednesday, August 1: Philadelphia – Wells Fargo Center
Ticket sales for the summer swing will begin Friday; more info is available on the Radiohead website.