Radiohead to open 2012 US tour in FLA

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No, they're not coming to Orlando, but they're not going to be that far away, and if any band is worth a road trip it's certainly Radiohead.

The band announced today initial plans for their US tour, that include a 10-city sweep across the South and Southwest, with a quick stopover in the Mid-West for two shows.

They will kick the tour off on Feb 27th at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, and then it's up the Gulf Coast to play the St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa on Feb 29th.

Tickets for the Miami show go on sale November 12th, and the Tampa show's tickets go on sale November 19th.

W.A.S.T.E. members will have access to a pre-sale on November 9th.

Ticket info at http://radiohead.com/tourdates/

Good luck with that.

RADIOHEAD U.S. TOUR 2012

DATE CITY VENUE
27-Feb Miami, FL American Airlines Arena
29-Feb Tampa, FL St. Pete Times Forum
1-Mar Atlanta, GA Philips Arena
3-Mar Houston, TX Toyota Center
5-Mar Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
7-Mar Austin, TX Frank Erwin Center
9-Mar St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center
11-Mar Kansas City, MO Sprint Center
13-Mar Broomfield, CO 1stBank Center
15-Mar Glendale, AZ Jobing.com Arena


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