Thom Yorke stays 15 steps ahead of yesterday: extends Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes tour into 2020

Thom Yorke stays 15 steps ahead of yesterday: extends Tomorrow's Modern Boxes tour into 2020

Hey! Good news (er…well, about as good as news gets for all you moody-broody Radiohead people who think “good news” itself is a hoax invented by alt-right conservatives): Thom Yorke has just added some new headline dates to the “Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes” tour he’s been trucking lorrying away on for a good while now.

Named, of course, after that passable album he released like five years ago now, the tour will find Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes — a.k.a. the touring entity comprising Yorke, Nigel Godrich, and visual artist Tarik Barri — being shipped Amazon Prime across the US and UK (and Europe too, if you count that place as a place) from March to July 2020.

Thom, Nigel, and Tarik will be performing “songs spanning Thom’s solo works,” including The Eraser, the aforementioned Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes, that weird Atoms For Peace album Amok, and the recently released ANIMA thing which I, for one, forgot all about immediately.

Hey, maybe you didn’t though? In which case…heads up! Knives out! Whatever people say! Here comes some relevant info:

Remaining 2019 dates:

10.18.19 - Berkeley, CA - Greek Theatre
10.20.19 - Seattle, WA - Paramount Theatre
10.21.19 - Vancouver, BC - Orpheum
10.22.19 - Portland, OR - The Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
10.25.19 - Santa Barbara, CA - Santa Barbara Bowl
10.26.19 - Las Vegas, NV - The Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan
10.29.19 - Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theatre

New headlining dates, 2020:

03.28.20 — Fairfax VA – EagleBank Arena
03.30.20 — New York NY – Radio City Music Hall
04.04.20 — Chicago IL – United Center
04.05.20 — St. Paul MN – Xcel Energy Centre
04.08.20 — Denver CO – Mission Ballroom

06.19.20 — Glasgow, UK – SEC (Scottish Events Centre) Hall 3
06.20.20 — Manchester, UK – O2 Victoria Warehouse
06.23.20 — London, UK – Eventim Apollo
06.24 .20— London, UK – Eventim Apollo
07.01 .20— Poland – Opener Festival * previously announced
07.01-04.20 — Denmark – Roskilde Festival * previously announced
07.06.20 — Amsterdam, Netherlands – AFAS Live
07.09.20 — Milan, Italy – Ippodromo del Galoppo di San Siro
07.11.20 — Slovakia – Pohoda Festival
07.12.20 — Prague, Czech Republic – Karlin Hall
07.13.20 — Berlin, Germany – Max-Schmeling-Halle

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