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Greek Theatre-U.C. Berkeley
September 27th 2018
I mean, what is there else to say? One of the best bands to ever exist. Five stars would be disrespectful if only Thom gave two shits about fame or ratings.
They played 25 songs could of played 125 and it still wouldn’t of been enough Hard to fit 25 Years into one night. GREAT GREAT show
July 31st 2018
5 stars to Radiohead. 4 stars to Saturday night crowd. Why would you sit for a Radiohead concert?
July 30th 2018
Every tune they played exuded energy with a luv for their fans and music. There’s Radiohead and then the rest.
July 29th 2018
I saw Radiohead at the TD Garden tonight.... With Jennifer Lantz Lincks, Richard Lincks IV and Sophia Lincks..... Holy Hell....!!!! What an absolutely amazing show. The song selection was A+, the sound quality and light show was spectacular, the band is masterful live, they played non stop for, like, 2 and a half hours and Thom Yorke is just as good (if not better) vocally live as he is recorded.... BLOWN AWAY!!! They played (almost) all of my favorite songs and engaged with the audience beautifully.... They ended the set after, like, three encores, with Karma Police; indeed: "For a minute there I lost myself, I lost myself Phew, for a minute there I lost myself, I lost myself" The whole audience sang along with these final lyrics, and, isn't letting go of all of life's bullshit, even for a "minute there" kind of the point of a show like this? Wonderful..... Overall, a religious experience..... One of the top 5 shows I've ever seen (and I have seen some GREAT shows in my day). Worth EVERY PENNY!!!
Incredible night in Detroit, only the second appearance by Radiohead in 20 years. As a long time fan who’s had to travel out of state and to Canada, it was a treat seeing them just minutes from home. We attended both nights in Toronto as well. Detroit got a solid setlist, the man bun came down TWICE, and overall another solid performance. Early in the day, friction with the arena caused some problems - despite many fans warning them that the crowd would be there early, they were unprepared and tried to punish us by refusing to open bathrooms. Later we were put in the beer garden and segregated which was mostly fine because it was a cool day and we had shelter. (If it had been hot being forced in a greenhouse all day may not have been so fun.) But food options were limited and we weren’t allowed to leave from 1pm on. But having access to drinks, seating, and power to charge phones made everyone VERY happy & appreciative. After security realized the diehard early arriving fans had a number system and were organized and willing to cooperate, the attitude changed and it was great. The only missed opportunity was allowing us access to the merch table early. Every date so far had one table open at 4 so fans like us that arrive early for a good GA spot can buy our stuff and put it in the cars well before doors open. Since we were cordoned off at 1pm we didn’t get that opportunity and we had to arrange for local friends to buy our stuff because a lot of things are sold out after the shows. If they would have let merch set up in the beer garden and let us return to cars it would have been 10/10. A HUGE thank you to LCA for checking our fan numbers upon GA entry. Several people slept on the street the night before and deserved those center rail spots.
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