Radiohead's sold-out, four-night run at NYC's Madison Square Garden kicks off tonight, and the fever is already starting to manifest around the venue, as many excited fans, with lawn chairs and sleeping bags in tow, have been spotted waiting outside to get into GA since around 4AM (seen above). The venue apparently brought donuts and water bottles to those waiting in line, as evidenced below by one Reddit user:
The band's North American tour began with two nights at Chicago's United Center and on night one (7/6), the band played Pablo Honey closing track "Blow Out" for the first time in 10 years, and on night two (7/7), the band debuted the full-band live version of the rejected James Bond theme "Spectre." Night two also had the band play several tracks not heard on night one, including "Climbing Up The Walls," "Where I End And You Begin," "Feral," and "Exit Music (For A Film)." It will be interesting to see what the band have in store for their four-night MSG run which continues Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. You can watch fan-shot footage from night two in Chicago, and view that show's setlist, below.
Jonny Greenwood's other group, Junun, are opening the shows, and they played Colbert and Alamo Drafthouse on Monday night.
Radiohead @ United Center - Chicago, IL 7/7/18 - Setlist
Desert Island Disk
Where I End And You Begin
Exit Music (For A Film)
Climbing Up the Walls
My Iron Lung
You And Whose Army
The National Anthem
Everything In Its Right Place