Radiohead Makes NYC TV Appearances, Books Roseland Shows
Radiohead. Two nights at the Roseland Ballroom. Tickets? Well, good luck with that. The last time the band performed in the New York City area was three long years ago over in All Points West across the river. After it was announced that Radiohead would be in NYC this month for television appearances, rumors ran wild about how inevitably the band would have a performance outside a television studio. We guess earlier this morning that they would be rocking Roseland. It turns out this is true.
Radiohead’s management announced that two shows for Radiohead have been confirmed for Roseland Ballroom in New York City for September 28 and September 29. On September 26 tickets will be going on sale at www.ticketmaster.com starting at 10:00 am. There is a limit of two tickets per household. Tickets can be picked up at will call on the night of the show starting and 6:30 pm. Ticket holders will be required to enter the venue immediately after receiving their tickets. None of the tickets will be distributed before the event.
The will call line will be a trip. The price of the tickets hasn’t been announced yet. However considering the band’s infrequent performances lately, the relatively small size of the venue and the undeniable magnificence of Radiohead, undoubtedly the tickets will be white hot. Start begging now. Your luck might change.
Update: according to Twitter, Consequence of Sound has noted that Four Tet, in addition to fellow producers Pearson Sound, Falty DL and RocketNumberNine, will be opening the two shows. Pearson Sound and Four Tet both were participants in the remix series The King of Limbs. The shows now are up at Ticketmaster. In terms of Radiohead, of course money isn’t any object. However it appears that if you are lucky enough to be able to purchase tickets, they will cost $65 in addition to fees of $14.75.