Radiohead, currently touring North America, has released dates for their UK performances.

The band's first show in the UK will be at Manchester's Evening News Arena on 6 October. The second and third shows will be at London's O2 Arena on 8 and 9 October.

The band, currently celebrating their album "The King of Limbs" and will play two songs from the disc - "Identikit" and "Cut a Hole".

A report in the Belfast Telegraph said the band, famous for songs like "High and Dry", "Paranoid Android" and "Karma Police", have often been hailed for their live performances. In fact, in 2010, their third album "OK Computer" was named the greatest album of the past 25 years, by music fans. The 1997 release was voted better than albums by Nirvana and Oasis by readers of Q magazine.

NME reports tickets go on sale tomorrow, 7 March, at 9 a.m. GMT, for fan club members. The general public will be able to buy them on 9 March. Most tickets sold will be "paperless", meaning ticket buyers must bring purchase confirmation email, the card used for the purchase and a valid photo ID to the gigs. Tickets will be limited to four per person.

To get complete information on the tickets please click here.