Radiohead add more tour dates to France

by Jonathan on March 13, 2012

Radiohead announced more shows in France today. The band will play Bercy in Paris for two nights (October 11th and 12th) and then play in Strasbourg at the Zenith on October 16th.

Tickets will go on sale March 19th.

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Radiohead in Kansas City

by Jonathan on March 13, 2012

Radiohead in Kansas City

Photo from flickr user AJ Riddle

Radiohead performed at the Sprint Center in Kansas City on Sunday night, playing to a sold out crowd. “Supercollider” and “How to Disappear Completely” were played for the first times on this tour.

In somewhat head-scratching news, the Westboro Baptist Church showed up to protest the concert. Written on their website was the following:

You have stolen the Word of God from your people and children, and as a sorry substitute, you prop up lightness and lies. You try to get the people to look at the nonsense and not at the wrath of God that abides upon them. “Look at the circus monkey over there and the fluffy setting, blah, blah…” Meanwhile, God is undoing this nation and effecting all of your lives, with the moth that quietly eats the very fabric of your national garment. Radiohead is just such an event. Freak monkey’s with mediocre tunes keeps you busy and focused by lightness. It changes nothing, God is undoing and digging up and throwing down this nation.

Whatever. Setlist and videos below:

01 Bloom
02 15 Step
03 Morning Mr. Magpie
04 Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
05 All I Need
06 Pyramid Song
07 The Daily Mail
08 Supercollider
09 Nude
10 Identikit
11 Lotus Flower
12 There There
13 Feral
14 How to Disappear Completely
15 Reckoner

ENCORE:
16 Separator
17 Myxomatosis
18 Idioteque
19 Lucky
20 Everything in its Right Place

ENCORE 2:
21 Give up the Ghost
22 Paranoid Android

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Tonight: St Louis

by Jonathan on March 9, 2012

Radiohead in St Louis

Photo from instagram user danspencer

After an off day yesterday, the band will be performing at the Scottrade Center in St Louis tonight. After the show, check back for the setlist.

Update: Setlist below:

01 Bloom
02 15 Step
03 Airbag
04 Little By Little
05 Morning Mr. Magpie
06 Myxomatosis
07 Kid A
08 Videotape
09 The Daily Mail
10 The Amazing Sounds of Orgy
11 Karma Police
12 Identikit
13 Lotus Flower
14 There There
15 Feral
16 Reckoner

ENCORE:
17 Separator
18 Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
19 Lucky
20 Everything In Its Right Place (Electrolite intro)

ENCORE 2:
21 Give up the Ghost
22 You and Whose Army?
23 Idioteque

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Tonight: Austin

by Jonathan on March 7, 2012

Radiohead in Austin

Photo from reneealexandra (instagram)

Tonight Austin’s Frank Erwin Center will be home to Radiohead as they continue their 2012 world tour. As usual, sound off in the comments if you will be attending.

Update: Setlist below:

01 Bloom
02 Little By Little
03 The Daily Mail
04 Morning Mr. Magpie
05 Myxomatosis
06 The Gloaming
07 Kid A
08 The National Anthem
09 Reckoner
10 Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
11 Nude
12 Identikit
13 Lotus Flower
14 There There
15 Feral
16 Idioteque

ENCORE:
17 Separator
18 These are My Twisted Words
19 Bodysnatchers
20 Everything in its Right Place

ENCORE 2:
21 Give up the Ghost
22 You and Whose Army?
23 Paranoid Android

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More Australia tickets to be released

by Jonathan on March 7, 2012

Radiohead Australia Tour PosterIn light of last week’s ticket disaster in Australia, tour promoter Chugg Entertainment announced that it will be making additional tickets available closer to the shows in November. The small amount of tickets will come from canceled ticket sales that were deemed to have breached the conditions of sale. In a statement made on their Facebook page, Chugg said:

”So, there’s been a lot of questions regarding when & how cancelled Radiohead tickets will be released back to sale. These tickets (and any other potential new releases) won’t be made available for sale at this time. We’ll be releasing them closer to the tour dates and any announcements in relation to this will appear on this page, as well as our website.”

Earlier in the week, Chugg posted the following on their Facebook:

There has been a lot of mention in regards to the number of Radiohead tickets being onsold by scalpers, and we can assure you, Chugg Entertainment is also very disappointed in the resale of tickets via eBay. We are doing what we can to police this, but unfortunately for all of the deterrents that we are able to put in place (like the additional terms and conditions of sale) it is difficult for promoters, ticketing agencies and venues to enforce.

We will not cancel a ticket unless we can determine with absolute certainty which exact seats or general admission tickets breach the conditions of sale, as we would otherwise risk cancelling tickets purchased by true fans like the majority of you. As you can see when you go on to eBay, professional scalpers list tickets with vague details on seating locations but rarely ever get specific about seat or ticket numbers, as this information would allow us to track who they are and cancel their tickets.

With that said, we are regularly scanning listings to look for tickets that we are able to cancel and will continue to do so up until the tour. If you come across a listing that specifies the exact ticket allocation (including seat numbers or exact GA ticket numbers) please send the page link to us at info@chuggentertainment.com and we will look into it immediately.

Since yesterday afternoon, the ticketing agencies have found a small number of credit cards that had transacted more than one order of 4 tickets, and subsequently have cancelled a handful of tickets. We again urge you NOT to buy tickets from scalpers or off of eBay as there is a chance that one of these cancelled orders is the tickets you just paid for.

(via fasterlouder)

 

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