Radiohead to kick off 2018 North American tour in Chicago with two shows

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Radiohead | Alex Lake

UPDATED Feb. 23, 2018:

A second Chicago show has been added to the tour following the sell-out of the July 7 show at Chicago’s United Center. Tickets, $64.50-$99.50, for the July 6 date will go on sale at noon March 2. There is a four-ticket limit.

Feb. 20, 2018:

Radiohead today announced its North American summer tour kicking off July 7 in Chicago at the United Center.

The band is touring behind its 2016 release “A Moon Shaped Pool,” which was followed by last year’s 20th anniversary reissue of “OK Computer.”

Tickets will be on sale beginning February 23. Visit radiohead.com for info.

Here are the dates for the upcoming North American trek:

Jul 6 – Chicago – United Center Jul 7 – Chicago – United Center Jul 10 – New York – Madison Square Garden Jul 11 – New York – Madison Square Garden Jul 13 – New York – Madison Square Garden Jul 16 – Montreal – Bell Centre Jul 17 – Montreal – Bell Centre Jul 19 – Toronto – Air Canada Centre Jul 20 – Toronto – Air Canada Centre Jul 22 – Detroit – Little Caesars Arena Jul 23 – Columbus – Schottenstein Center Jul 25 – Cincinnati – US Bank Arena Jul 26 – Pittsburgh- PPG Paints Arena Jul 28 – Boston – TD Garden Jul 29 – Boston – TD Garden Jul 31 – Philadelphia- Wells Fargo Center Aug 1 – Philadelphia – Wells Fargo Center

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