Earlier this week Radiohead amazed and excited fans by announcing a huge 2016 world tour.
The legendary group – who are rumoured to be releasing their ninth studio album soon – will be playing gigs across Europe, the US and South America this year, as well as a three night residency at London’s Roundhouse in May.
As they announced on their official site, these dates represent the only headline gigs Radiohead will be playing in 2016 – so other than their festival appearances this is the only chance Radiohead fans will get to see them play their new material this year.
Because of this, demand for tickets for their London Roundhouse shows is expected to be high – so we’ve put together this quick buying guide to give you all the information you need to help you get those all important tickets.
What time do Radiohead tickets go on sale?
Tickets for all of Radiohead’s London Roundhouse shows go on sale at 9am on Friday 18 March.
Here’s the link to buy tickets from Ticketmaster: Radiohead London Roundhouse tickets – make sure that link is open and ready to go before 9am on Friday.
How much do Radiohead tickets cost?
Ticket prices for each of the London Roundhouse dates are as follows:
Thursday 26 May – £71.50
Friday 27 May – £71.50
Saturday 28 May – £71.50
Radiohead – London Roundhouse seating plan:
The Roundhouse venue in London has a capacity of 1,700.
Here’s the seating plan for the Radiohead shows:
Radiohead are very keen that tickets for these gigs do not end up on secondary ticket sites.
As such, there are quite a few rules around buying tickets:
- Tickets are strictly limited to 2 tickets per person across all shows
- The name of the lead booker will be printed on each ticket. The name cannot be changed once the booking has been made.
- The lead booker will be asked to present photo ID to gain entry into the venue. Acceptable forms of photographic ID are: Passport, driving license, CitizenCard or Photocard. Tickets will not be refunded if you arrive without one of the above forms of ID.
- If you are booking more than one ticket your guests must arrive at the concert at the same time as you. Failure to do so will result in the guests being turned away.
- Tickets cannot be resold. Any tickets resold will not be valid for entry.
- Tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded.
- Tickets acquired through a secondary source will be invalid.
- Due to ID checks, the queue may move slower than usual. Please arrive in plenty of time to avoid disappointment.
- No readmission.
Will Radiohead be playing any extra dates?
The band have been very clear that the dates they announced earlier this week (full list below) are the only headline shows they will be playing in 2016.
However, with the Roundhouse having a relatively small capacity it is likely that tickets will sell out incredibly fast on Friday. Therefore it is possible that Radiohead could announce some extra dates at the Roundhouse – possibly before their festival dates being in France on 1 June.
The most likely extra dates would be the 28 and or 29 May – but this is just speculation at this point.
Radiohead World Tour Dates 2016
20th Amsterdam, Heineken Music Hall
21st Amsterdam, Heineken Music Hall
23rd Paris, Le Zénith
24th Paris, Le Zénith
26th London, Roundhouse
27th London, Roundhouse
28th London, Roundhouse
26th New York City, Madison Square Garden
27th New York City, Madison Square Garden
4th Los Angeles, Shrine Auditorium
8th Los Angeles, Shrine Auditorium
3rd Mexico City, Palacio de los Deportes
4th Mexico City, Palacio de los Deportes
Radiohead 2016 Festival Schedule
1st Les Nuits Des Fourvieres, Lyon, France (just added)
3rd Primavera Sound, Barcelona, Spain
17th Secret Solstice, Reyjkavik, Iceland
2nd Openair St Gallen, Switzerland
8th Nos Alive Festival, Lisbon, Portugal
29-31st Osheaga Music And Arts Festival, Montreal, Canada
20th Summersonic Festival, Osaka, Japan
21st Summersonic Festival, Tokyo, Japan
11th Lollapalooza Festival, Berlin, Germany