One of the biggest and most-elusive bands in the world is making a stop in the Philly area this summer.
Radiohead will be playing the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden on Wednesday June 13.
The British band known for bucking the traditional trends of just about everything in the music business -- from releasing pay what you want albums online to releasing 10-letter titled albums 10 years apart on 10/10 to releasing cohesive albums rather than a collection of songs to touring with no carbon footprint -- is making their first Philly-area appearance since 2008.
Radiohead is finally extensively touring on last year’s King of Limbs including stops at next month’s Coachella Festival, this summer’s Bonnaroo Festival and some overseas festivals.
Because of the scarcity of Thom Yorke and company touring -- mostly every show they play sells out -- as well as the popularity of their albums and just general interest in seeing their legendary live performances, tickets to the Camden show should be a hot commodity.
Presale tickets go on sale on Radiohead.com on Thursday and to the general public at 3 p.m. Saturday. It’s unclear right now how much tickets will cost.
And if you aren’t able to grab tickets to the Camden show, maybe you can get into one to the pair of shows at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. on May 31 or June 1.