Radiohead announces 2016 world tour ahead of possible new album
Radiohead fans are getting a ton of good news this year with the band’s rumored upcoming ninth studio album and the announcement that several 2016 dates will be extended into a full tour, the band announced on Twitter on Monday.
The shows stretch from May to October and include dates in Amsterdam, Paris, London, New York, Los Angeles, Berlin and Mexico City, among other cities. (See a full list of confirmed dates here.)
Music website Consequence of Sound also is reporting that a July date at Chicago’s famous Lollapalooza festival could be in the works, along with an appearance at San Francisco’s Outside Lands.
Radiohead will play Madison Square Gardens in New York on July 26-27, the Shrine Auditorium in L.A. on Aug. 4 and 8, and Mexico City’s Palacio de los Deportes on Oct. 3-4. Among the festivals are Les Nuits Des Fourvieres in Lyon, France, Primavera Sound in Barcelona and Osheaga Music And Arts Festival in Montreal, among others.
As to the new album, Consequence of Sound noted that:
Back in October, the band’s members established a new company called Dawn Chorus LLP; they took similar actions months before releasing their prior two studio albums. A release date for the new album remains unconfirmed, though recent events do suggest its release could be imminent.
So if you’re a fan in Costa Rica, start checking on airfare now.
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