Scroll through the list below to find Radiohead tickets for the tour dates 2018
Radiohead Tickets for the 2018 Radiohead tour dates are selling out fast!
Formed by 5 school friends more than 30 years ago, British band Radiohead have sold more than 30 million albums worldwide and continue to produce innovative and intelligent music today. Band members Thom Yorke, Ed O'Brien, Philip Selway and brothers Colin and Jonny Greenwood first came together as the band 'On a Friday' at their school in Oxfordshire, England. Playing locally for the next 6 years, 'On a Friday' were eventually signed by record label EMI, changing their name to Radiohead in the process. The 1990's saw the group grow from relative obscurity to globally acclaimed rock stars. Their 1993 debut album 'Pablo Honey' contained the standout single 'Creep'. Thanks to airplay on several West Coast radio stations and regular plays on MTV, 'Creep' gave the band a foothold in North America, culminating in a successful tour in June of the same year. Follow up album 'The Bends' received critical acclaim, firmly establishing Radiohead as one of the most exciting and intriguing bands to come out of the U.K's flourishing music scene. The success of 'The Bends' allowed the group to return to North America, supporting R.E.M on their 1995 tour. On a wave of creativity, Radiohead released their next album 'OK Computer' in 1997. A number 1 spot in the UK charts and worldwide recognition soon followed, a global tour and Glastonbury festival appearance confirming the bands ever growing popularity. The arrival of the new millennium saw Radiohead release albums 'Kid A' in 2000, followed just a year later by 'Amnesiac'. The album 'Hail to the Thief' in 2003 saw the band part company with EMI, leaving them without a record label. This new found freedom allowed the band to release their next album 'In Rainbows' as a download, available for any price fans wanted to pay. Two more albums have followed this landmark event, the most recent being 'A Moon Shaped Pool'.