British rockers Radiohead have extended their tour in support of A Moon Shaped Pool into 2017. Following the announcement of a number of festival slots, the band has padded the run with a handful of headlining dates focusing on Europe.
The tour as currently scheduled spans early June to early July. Up first is an appearance at Spektrum in Oslo on June 7 followed by a show at Ericcson Globe in Stockholm on June 9. The run continues with a slot at the Northside Festival in Aarhus, Denmark on June 11 as well as concerts in the Italian cities of Florence and Milan. On June 18 Radiohead plays The Best Kept Secret Festival in The Netherlands before heading to the U.K. for stops in Dublin on June 20 and Pilton’s Glastonbury Festival on June 23.
Radiohead pushes on with performances at the Open’er Festival in Gdynia, Poland on June 28 and Rock Werchter in Belgium on June 30. The tour ends with a slot at Main Square Festival in Arras, France and two shows at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, England on July 4 and 5.
Tickets for most shows go on sale November 4.
By Scott Bernstein