Radiohead again kicks off U.S. tour in Miami

Radiohead live in Miami Feb. 27, 2012, by Ana Morgenstern

Radiohead once again are kicking off a U.S. tour in Miami. The band announced tour dates today for their tour in support of their ninth studio album, A Moon Shaped Pool.

You might recall, their last U.S. tour, for The King of Limbs tour, also commenced in Miami. too … and we were there (Radiohead kick off US tour in Miami: a live review). That live review also features a video of the first time they ever played “Identikit,” a track now on their new album.

Though there hasn’t been any word of new music during recent Radiohead shows, the buzz of these live shows is that the band has accepted their past to finally play “Creep” live again. This writer would rather be surprised by new music, however. The inclusion of “Creep” in the set list is bound to hype casual ’90s rock fans more into the nostalgia than into what this consistently surprising band has to offer from one album to the next. In other words, be prepared for tickets to sell out.

They kick off their U.S. tour on a Thursday night, March 30, at American Airlines Arena, where they last played Miami. Tickets go on sale Friday, Jan. 20.

Other U.S. dates on the tour are as follows (Note that the Coachella dates are already sold out):

April 1 – Philips Arena – Atlanta, GA
April 3 – Smoothie King Center – New Orleans, LA
April 5 – Sprint Center – Kansas City, MO
April 8 – Key Arena – Seattle, WA
April 9 – Moda Center – Portland, OR
April 11 – Santa Barbara Bowl – Santa Barbara, CA
April 14 – Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival – Indio, CA
April 17 – Greek Theatre – Berkeley, CA
April 18 – Greek Theatre – Berkeley, CA
April 21 – Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival – Indio, CA

For details, visit the band’s official site.

Hans Morgenstern

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