The dream has finally come true for NorthSide Festival. Thom Yorke and Radiohead are creeping towards Aarhus.
The iconic British band have been slated to headline the festival next summer – their first appearance in Denmark since they performed at the Roskilde Festival back in 2008.
“We are proud and honoured that Radiohead have agreed to play NorthSide this summer,” said John Fogde, a spokesperson for the festival.
“It is a dream come true for us, and we look forward to sharing it with our audience this summer.”
More than OK
The band, who have produced a number of classic albums, such as ‘The Bends’ and ‘OK Computer’, are scheduled to close out the festival on Sunday 11 June.
Since making their debut back in the early 1990s with ‘Pablo Honey’, Radiohead have gone on to sell some 30 million albums worldwide thanks to hits such as ‘Karma Police’, ‘Paranoid Android’, ‘Creep’ and ‘High and Dry’.
‘OK Computer’ is considered one of the best albums of all time. It was nominated for the Grammy Award for Album of the Year and Best Alternative Music Performance in 1998, winning the latter.
NorthSide will take place next summer from June 9-11 and tickets will go up for sale on October 28 at 10:00.
Partout tickets cost 1,545 kroner, while one-day tickets will set you back 995 kroner. VIP partout tickets can be splurged on for the tasty sum of 2,495 kroner.