Thom Yorke at The William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre

Thom Yorke Tickets

William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre| Berkeley

Known for his 'stick-it-to-the-man' music activism, Thom Yorke not only is a musical genius but an enigmatic and charismatic concert artist who can get massive audiences on their feet. This Radiohead frontman is now traveling and playing solo in a slew of concerts dubbed as Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes. This colossal tour will cover top tier venues around the world. Raise your glass folks, for his itinerary includes a one-night-only engagement at the Greek Theatre Berkeley on Friday 18th October 2019. Getting giddy now as to what's on the setlist? Better make a headstart in booking those tickets early on. This show is on the high-demand-list of fans. Don't let this slip! Click 'buy tickets' now!

Thom Yorke at Greek Theatre Berkeley

Thom Yorke is your 'stick-it-to-the-man' kind of rock star. He became the booming voice of generations of misfits, weirdos, creeps. In 1993, along with his Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame band Radiohead, the album "Pablo Honey" spawned the iconic monster hit "Creep" which propelled them to the dizzying heights of rockstar fame and critical acclaim.

With Radiohead members' 'blessing', Thom Yorke embarked on a solo career that comprises mainly of electronic music. Yorke debuted with the release of the album 'The Eraser' in 2006. As he went on tour to support this album, Yorked formed a super band called Atoms for Peace, with musicians including Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea and Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich.

One thing that marks the artistry of Yorke is his voice. Blender and MTV2 voted Yorke the 18th greatest singer of all time. Rolling Stone ranked him the 66th, describing it as a "broad, emotive sweep" with a "high, keening sound"; and concluding that "by the turn of the century … Yorke's voice had made him one of the most influential singers of his generation…."

If this concert is on your bucket list, then you don't have the luxury of time. You've got to make a run for it… book your tickets now!

Thom Yorke at Greek Theatre Berkeley

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