Rockers Radiohead have rescheduled the recent shows they were forced to postpone following a stage collapse tragedy in Canada.
The British band was left devastated after drum technician Scott Johnson was killed in the incident earlier this month (Jun12) and vital equipment was damaged, and to recover from their loss, they pulled the plug on a series of June and July gigs in Europe.
The scrapped concerts will now take place in late September (12).
Radiohead drummer Phil Selway says, "Thanks to all of you who have sent messages of support over these past couple of weeks. Scott has touched many people's lives and all your sentiments are testament to this. Our thoughts and love remain with Scott's family."
The band's current European dates will continue with shows in Nimes, France on 10 and 11 July (12).