Radiohead's Thom Yorke is (finally) returning to the Twin Cities

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Radiohead has left its Minnesota fans High and Dry for more than two decades, but it's coming to an end in December ... kinda.

Thom Yorke, the lead vocalist for the legendary British band, has announced a stop in the Twin Cities on his upcoming solo tour.

He will play the Carlson Family Stage at the University of Minnesota's Northrop Auditorium on Thursday, Dec. 6, with tickets going on sale this Friday.

For Radiohead fans, what might be bit of a Let Down is that he's promising songs "spanning Yorke's solo works." Yorke last released an album, Tomorrow's Modern Boxes, in 2014.

That said, if you're a big fan of his solo creations, expect the show to be Just awesome.

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He will be touring with longtime Radiohead producer, Nigel Godrich, visual artist Tarik Barri, with support from Oliver Coates.

The Star Tribune reports that it will be the first time Yorke has played in the Twin Cities since 1997, the last time Radiohead were here.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday and will cost you $33-$58. You can book via the Northrop box office or at Northrop.umn.edu.

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