Radiohead to play Toronto, Montreal in June
TORONTO - Radiohead will be stopping in Montreal and Toronto this summer while touring in support of their latest record "The King of Limbs."
The British rock band plays Montreal's Bell Centre on June 15 and Downsview Park in Toronto on June 16.
Opening both shows will be Juno winner Caribou, the stage name for Dundas, Ont., native Daniel Snaith, who won the 2011 electronic album of the year award for his critically acclaimed record "Swim."
The band has said the tour's setlists will largely consist of songs off "The King of Limbs," the band's previous album "In Rainbows," along with a few older tracks thrown in.
Tickets for the Toronto show are $81 and go on sale Friday.
Tickets for the Montreal concert range between $73.50 and $83.50 and go on sale Saturday.