Radiohead tour


There are now some reviews of yesterday’s show in Oxford. Check them out!

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And it ended with “Creep”

Here’s the setlist of Radiohead’s performance at the Oxford South Park show earlier today. Reviews are on the way!!!! {thanks to all the people who sent setlists in… too many to name!}

In case you missed the concert or the Webcast, XFM Online will have it available “on demand” starting July 9 until July 15.

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Today is the day

Radiohead return home today to rock Oxford for the first time in many years. The hometown “festival” will include other bands such as Supergrass and Sigur Ros, and some local bands.

And now for the other South Park
For Radiohead fans outside of the US who can’t view Comedy Central’s South Park featuring Radiohead this Wednesday, you will be able to download the episode starting July 11 at {thanks to David}

Radiohead: Played in Full
Why don’t you go and read the new interview the full band did with MTV? {thanks to Gabriel}

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Opening Act in Japan

Clinic has been named as the opening act for the September 29 and 30 shows at the Osaka Castle Hall in Japan. {thanks to Dmitri}

There is now a mini Radiohead micro site. It has the latest news on XFM’s on air and Online coverage of Radiohead’s forthcoming South Park concert in Oxford, which they will be streaming live on the 7th of July. It also includes the chance to win tickets and exclusive Radiohead goodie bags. {thanks to amadeep}

Radiohead appears on the cover of Pulse, the magazine put out by Tower Records. Pick up your free copy at any Tower. {thanks to Greg & Cynthia}

Santa Barbara
The LA Times has a review of last Friday’s show in Santa Barbara. {thanks to Chris}

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Radiohead ends their tour with some “true love”

The band played their final show of the North American first-leg tour last night in Santa Barbara, CA. Along with a slightly different setlist from recent shows, the band surprised the audience with the much loved “True Love Waits”, which Thom performed by himself at the start of the first encore. You can see last night’s setlist and reviews here and the night before’s here.

Radiohead will return to the US on July 30 to start their second-leg in Atlanta… But that comes after the much anticipated show in Oxford on July 7. Check the tour dates page for more info.

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Tickets, tickets tickets!

Did you get yours? Today, presale tickets went on sale at and Ticketmaster and as usual, we have dozens upon dozens of email from fans who either didn’t get tickets or who did. We got news that the allotment for most of the Atlanta and New Jersey tickets to sell during the presale today sold out within an hour, which isn’t surprising. If you couldn’t get tickets online, the general sale for most of the second leg North American shows go on sale at or Ticketmaster outlets on June 16. Check the tour dates page for more info.

As far as we know, tickets for the August 20 show at the Hollywood Bowl will not go on sale until July 7. Also, we don’t know anything about the Philadelphia show. It may be that it has been scrapped and will not happen. Once we know anything, it’ll be here.

Tickets for the August 14 show in Boston went on presale today at General sale will occur on June 16 at ALL STRAWBERRIES MUSIC AND VIDEO STORES AND VIA TELEPHONE AT (800) 477-6849. Check the tour dates page for more info.

w.a.s.t.e. now has some more tickets available for the July 7 show in Oxford! Hurry! {thanks to Jose Alberto}

We’ve also learned that the Zodiac Club in Oxford will begin selling 2000 tickets at the club starting at noon until 6pm this Saturday. The reason more tickets are going to be available locally is best summed up by club manager Nick Moorbath:

“A lot of people have been phoning up to say that they are still trying to get hold of tickets, so we are pleased that a new public entertainment licence has been allowed, which means we can increase the capacity by another 2,000. Selling the tickets locally should mean that they go to local people, and that keeps the amount of traffic down.”

Fans need to turn up in person and there will be a limit of four tickets to each buyer in a bid to stop touts. {thanks to Michael}