Radiohead to make a rare Detroit appearance this summer

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Radiohead is either the greatest band of all time or the most overrated band ever to exist. If you believe the latter, however, you are wrong and it's OK (computer).

If you believe the former: Radiohead have scheduled a rare appearance in Detroit on July 22 at Little Caesars Arena and we could not be fitter, happier.

The last time Thom Yorke and company visited the Detroit area it was in support of King of Limbs in June of 2012 at the Palace of Auburn Hills. Before their 2012 performance, the band had last played Detroit in August of 1997 at the then-State Theater.



Tickets go on sale at 11 a.m. this Friday, Feb. 23. Visit radiohead.com for more information.



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