Radiohead postpones Rome gig until 22 September

English alternative rock band Radiohead have postponed all four of their Italian concert dates, including their gig at Rome's Ippodromo delle Capanelle on 30 June. Their Rome concert has been rescheduled for 22 September. The last minute decision to postpone the concerts - which have been rescheduled to take place in September - is due to an ongoing investigation by the Canadian government into the stage collapse in Toronto on 16 June which resulted in the death of the band's drum technician. The eagerly-awaited Rome concert sold out as soon as the tickets went on sale last November. Formed in 1985 in Oxfordshire, the seminal rock band garnered international cult status with their 1992 massive hit "Creep".

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Radiohead postpones Rome gig until 22 September

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