Radiohead return to the Manchester Arena this weekend for their first UK show in four years and only performance outside the capital this year.
Doors for the Saturday 6 October show open at 6.00pm and the show will finish at approxiomately 11.00pm. Support comes from Caribou.
Please note, due to the procedures in place to deal with the paperless ticketing system for this event, we strongly advise all concertgoers to arrive at the venue as early as possible.
In an attempt to prevent secondary ticketing for Radiohead shows, the group has put a number of measures in place for ticket buyers. These include implementing a paperless ticketing system, limiting the number of tickets per transaction, disallowing name changes after purchase, and requiring photo ID to gain entry to the shows. For more detailed information on these ticket restrictions go to: http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/promo/0pvxi6
October's show will be Radiohead's first Manchester Arena performance in nearly ten years and the first chance their UK fans will have to hear tracks from the band's latest album The King of Limbs.
Since releasing their debut single Creep in 1992, the Oxford five-piece have gone on to record eight studio albums including The Bends, OK Computer, Kid A and In Rainbows selling more than 30 million copies worldwide.
The band last played the Manchester venue in November 2003 as part of their critically-acclaimed Hail To The Thief tour.