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Radiohead has confirmed it will tour the U.S. beginning Feb. 27 in Miami.
The trek will be the band’s first extended stateside journey since 2008, and includes 10 dates.
General on-sales for the shows begin Nov. 12, with the exception of the Feb. 29 Tampa, Fl date, which will go on sale Nov. 19. Oklahoma’s Other Lives will be the opening act on all dates announced Monday.
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Pre-sale tickets are available to members of the band’s W.A.S.T.E. ticketing site on Nov. 9.
There will be a four ticket limit per purchase.
Radiohead has only performed two shows in the U.S. this year — both were at New York City’s Roseland Ballroom in Sept. The group also performed on an episode of The Colbert Report and on Saturday Night Live‘s season premiere.
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The U.S. dates will be in support of the band’s King of Limbs album, which was released digitally on Feb. 18, and physically via tdb Records on March 29.
Date City Venue
Feb. 27 Miami, Fl American Airlines Arena
Feb. 29 Tampa, Fl St. Pete Times Forum
March 1 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena
March 3 Houston, TX Toyota Center
March 5 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
March 7 Austin, TX Frank Irwin Center
March 9 St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center
March 11 Kansas City, MO Sprint Center
March 13 Broomfield, CO 1st Bank Center
March 15 Glendale, AZ Jobing.com Arena
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