The Smile Are Coming Back for More With 2023 Tour Dates
By Jon Blistein
Radiohead offshoot the Smile have announced a second run of North American tour dates for this summer.
The trio — which features Thom Yorke , Jonny Greenwood , and Tom Skinner — will launch the 14-date run on June 22 at the National Auditorium in Mexico City. The run will continue over the next month wrapping July 20 at the Factory in Chesterfield, Missouri.
Tickets for all shows will go on sale on Feb. 3. Complete information is available on the Smile ’s website.
Along with announcing the tour, the Smile are also prepping another new live release, Europe: Live Recordings 2022 . As the title suggests, the vinyl-only EP — out March 10 — features six songs recorded at various points during the band’s European run last year, including “The Opposite,” “Thin Thing,” Waving a White Flag,” and a rendition of Yorke’s 2009 solo track, “FeelingPulledApartByHorses.”
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June 22 – Mexico City, Mexico @ National Auditorium June 25 – Austin, TX @ ACL Live at The Moody Theater June 29 – Miami, FL @ James L. Knight Center June 30 – St Augustine, FL @ The Saint Augustine Amphitheatre July 2 – North Charleston, SC @ North Charleston Performing Arts Center July 3 – Asheville, NC @ Thomas Wolfe Auditorium July 5 – Richmond, VA @ The National July 7 – Forest Hills, NY @ Forest Hills Stadium July 8 – Philadelphia, PA @ Franklin Music Hall July 10 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE July 11 – Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom July 15 – Laval, QC @ Place Bell July 19 – Kansas City, MO @ Midland Theatre July 20 – Chesterfield, MO @ The Factory
Europe: Live Recordings 2022 Track List A1. The Opposite A2. Thin Thing A3. FeelingPulledApartByHorses B1. The Same B2. Waving A White Flag B3. Free In The Knowledge
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This is a whole other class of musicians here incredible way they express what they hear to you! Appreciate it even if you dont know them. True ART
Amazing! Thom Yorke is just the right amount of weird.
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Best show ever
The Smile really brought it. If you like Radiohead then this is the next best thing. So grateful to see Thom and Johnny in such an intimate setting...
Amazing show, this music is just as good as Radiohead
If you weren’t sure about The Smile and some of Thom/Johnny’s new music just go see them live!
What a show this was. Best I’ve seen in a long time.
Incredible seeing Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood and Tom Skinner make Music. Brilliant artists, great tunes, generous playing in a small venue, nothing better.
The Smile is phenomenal.
The Smile are the best live band of the last couple years. Their new songs are incredible and I'm looking forward to the new record!
Not As Great As I Hoped
I have seen Radiohead a number of times and Atoms For Peace as well, even traveling out of town to see them. That’s how much I love them. I had been so much looking forward to seeing them and got to know the new music to prepare. It was a surprise to me that live, the music was not as dynamic as on the cd. Typically, I have found that seeing a band live brings new meaning to what I had been listening to on their cd. This show was just the opposite. I’m thinking that there is either too much subtlety in the vocals for this particular set of songs that Thom’s voice was not able to shine in that venue or Thom’s audio system needed to be turned up for his vocals. Most of the show, the band had only 3 members. I’ve been to very powerful shows that only had 3 members so that should not have been the issue. Again I’m wondering if perhaps this collection of songs would only really go over great in a much smaller venue. The opening act was excellent but the show began so late that all I wanted was for him to be through which was too bad as he is a very talented and creative musician. The lateness of the start time of the first act meant that The Smile did not hit the stage until 1.5 hours after the stated start time. Perhaps that’s acceptable on the coasts but not so much here. Another issue is about the standing room only space….I felt so sorry for those poor folks who arrived at 6pm when the doors open so they could get a space near the stage, only to find that they were not able to see the band they paid to see until 9:30. And they were packed in like sardines, unable to relinquish their spot for any reason lest it be consumed by the mass of humanity. That this venue does not have a gradually elevated floor space is a major drawback. I get that with a flat floor space many more people can be packed in=more money however, for a show where there is seating, if you don’t have a seat within the first 3 rows, you can forget about seeing the performers you paid to see. Another thing….I sat in the lower balcony and it was absolutely freezing. We were discussing how we had wished we would have brought our winter coats and hoodies. My advice, dress for winter if you attend a show at The Factory in the summer. Overall, the show I had been so wanting to see was so much of a let down that I left early. Unthinkable given Thom Yorke was in the house. Very sad to say.
Perfect Band, Sound not so good in venue.....
Thank goodness I was up front so I could really hear the absolute GENIUS of the SMILE. I love this group and their astonishing body of work. As I was off to the right (stage left) it was hard to hear Thom's beautiful vocals over on the left (stage right). The sound from his pa was barely audible from my position. It may be the venue, and it was my first time there, but normally these musicians (in their other band, Radiohead) play clear as a bell no matter where one is standing, even at huge venues- best heard outdoors. I was really surprised that the sound wasn't much better. Others told me that the sound was better in other areas of the venue, but I didn't want to lose my spot in the front. And yes, I would go again if I had it to do all over!
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I sat at Section 102 Row C Seat 117. There was NO ONE sitting on Row C, from seat 100 through 137, except me. Yet when I purchased it online, it was the ONLY one available. How odd. Thom and Jonny played brilliantly! I was hoping to hear just a little of RADIOHEAD, but that's my fault. The trio was great! I think if I knew the music of the 🙂 as well as I know RADIOHEAD, I would have enjoyed it a lot more. Again, that's on me. I truly felt this was as close to seeing RADIOHEAD as I'll ever have. Hopefully, I'll get a chance to see them in my shortening future.
The Smile announces 2023 North American tour dates
- January 30, 2023
New European live recording also announced
Having just completed a triumphant tour, The Smile has confirmed a new run of North American dates for summer 2023. Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood and Tom Skinner will kick off the 14-date excursion on June 22nd with the band’s first ever show in Mexico City. The tour will then proceed throughout the United States and Canada, marking The Smile’s debut live performances in every city they play, with the exception of their return to New York where they’ll headline Forest Hills Stadium on July 7th.
The band has also shared details of a limited edition live EP, Europe: Live Recordings 2022 . True to its title, the EP is comprised of live recordings of fan favorites from The Smile’s widely acclaimed debut album, A Light For Attracting Attention , as well as the band’s rendition of Thom’s 2009 solo track “FeelingPulledApartByHorses.” Europe: Live Recordings was recorded in various cities over the course of The Smile’s first ever tour this past summer. The project is available on vinyl only on March 10th via XL Recordings.
The Smile 2023 Tour Dates:
June 22 – Mexico City, Mexico @ National Auditorium June 25- Austin, TX @ ACL Live at The Moody Theater June 29 – Miami, FL @ James L. Knight Center June 30 – St Augustine, FL @ The Saint Augustine Amphitheatre June 2 – North Charleston, SC @ North Charleston Performing Arts Center June 3 – Asheville, NC @ Thomas Wolfe Auditorium June 5 – Richmond, VA @ The National July 7- Forest Hills, NY @ Forest Hills Stadium July 8 – Philadelphia, PA @ Franklin Music Hall July 10 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE July 11 – Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom July 15 – Laval, QC @ Place Bell July 19 – Kansas City, MO @ Midland Theatre July 20 – Chesterfield, MO @ The Factory
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Calling All Radiohead Fans: The Smile Just Announced 2023 Tour Dates
By Katrina Nattress
January 30, 2023
After a successful North American tour in the fall, The Smile are hopping across the pond again this summer for another run of tour dates, this time mostly traversing the southern and eastern states, as well as shows in Canada and Mexico. In addition to tour dates, the Radiohead side project also announced a limited edition vinyl EP Europe: Live Recordings 2022 that features live renditions of songs played last year. Five of the tracks come from The Smile's debut album A Light For Attracting Attention, and the sixth is Yorke’s 2009 solo track “FeelingPulledApartByHorses,” which the band included in its live sets. The album is slated for a March 10 release. Check out the track list and new tour dates below.
Europe: Live Recordings 2022 Tracklist
A1 “The Opposite”
A2 “Thin Thing”
B1 “The Same”
B2 “Waving A White Flag”
B3 “Free In The Knowledge”
The Smile 2023 North American Tour Dates
06/22 – Mexico City, Mexico @ National Auditorium
06/25 – Austin, TX @ ACL Live at The Moody Theater
06/29 – Miami, FL @ James L. Knight Center
06/30 – St Augustine, FL @ The Saint Augustine Amphitheatre
07/02 – North Charleston, SC @ North Charleston Performing Arts Center
07/03 – Asheville, NC @ Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
07/05 – Richmond, VA @ The National
07/07 – Forest Hills, NY @ Forest Hills Stadium
07/08 – Philadelphia, PA @ Franklin Music Hall
07/10 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE
07/11 – Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom
07/15 – Laval, QC @ Place Bell
07/19 – Kansas City, MO @ Midland Theatre
07/20 – Chesterfield, MO @ The Factory
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How to Get Tickets to The Smile’s 2023 Tour
The supergroup trio will host their North American return with a 14-city trek
The Smile have unveiled a new batch of North American live dates for 2023 , and tickets are only going to get harder to find as the supergroup trio, featuring Radiohead’s Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood , and Sons of Kemet drummer Tom Skinner, continues to solidify their must-see status with a growing resume of spell-binding performances . For just one solid refresher of the group’s on-stage greatness, check out our recap of their New York City performance from last November.
Get tickets here , and read on for more details including pre-sale dates.
What Is The Smile’s Next Tour?
The Smile will launch their 2023 North American tour in Mexico City on June 22nd, followed by dates in Austin and Miami in the first week. They’ll play St. Augustine, Florida on June 30th; North Charleston, South Carolina on July 2nd; and Asheville, North Carolina on July 3rd. The band travels north via Richmond, Virginia to headline New York City’s Forest Hills Stadium on July 7th, then hosts subsequent shows in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Cleveland.
They cross over to Canada for a stop in Laval on July 15th before the tour settles in Missouri for the final two shows in Kansas City on July 19th and Chesterfield on July 20th.
Who Is Opening for The Smile on Tour?
There have been no openers or supporting acts announced for The Smile’s 2023 North American run at this time, but don’t expect this tour to lack any surprises. Last year, the band opened their first European tour in Croatia with a fresh song written right before the show, called “Friend of a Friend,” and continued to debut new, nearly improvised songs throughout their live run, so really anything goes.
How Can I Get Tickets for The Smile’s 2023 Tour?
Tickets for The Smile’s 2023 tour will be first available to members of the band’s W.A.S.T.E. service , with a pre-sale running from Wednesday, February 1st at 10:00 a.m. local time to Friday, February 3rd at 10:00 p.m. local time. Tickets for the general public will go up for grabs on Friday, February 3rd at 10:00 a.m. local time via Ticketmaster .
Alternatively, tickets will be available via Stubhub .
What Are The Smile’s 2023 Tour Dates?
See The Smile’s full list of tour dates below, and get tickets to all of their upcoming shows here .
The Smile 2023 Tour Dates: 06/22 – Mexico City, MX @ National Auditorium 06/25 – Austin, TX @ ACL Live at The Moody Theater 06/29 – Miami, FL @ James L. Knight Center 06/30 – St Augustine, FL @ The Saint Augustine Amphitheatre 07/02 – North Charleston, SC @ North Charleston Performing Arts Center 07/03 – Asheville, NC @ Thomas Wolfe Auditorium 07/05 – Richmond, VA @ The National 07/07 – Forest Hills, NY @ Forest Hills Stadium 07/08 – Philadelphia, PA @ Franklin Music Hall 07/10 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE 07/11 – Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom 07/15 – Laval, QC @ Place Bell 07/19 – Kansas City, MO @ Midland Theatre 07/20 – Chesterfield, MO @ The Factory
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The Smile Announces New Live EP and More Tour Dates
The Smile has announced a new live EP along with some 2023 North American tour dates.
The band - which consists of Radiohead's Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood, plus drummer Tom Skinner - will release the live EP, titled Europe: Live Recordings 2022 , on March 10. It was recorded in various European cities during the Smile's first tour last summer and includes songs from their debut album, A Light for Attracting Attention , as well as a version of Yorke's 2009 solo track "FeelingPulledApartByHorses." The EP will be available only on vinyl.
Europe: Live Recordings 2022 marks the Smile's second live album, following last year's The Smile at Montreux Jazz Festival July 2022 , a digital-only release recorded at the legendary annual music festival held in Switzerland.
The Smile will begin its new tour on June 22 in Mexico City, before making its way across the U.S. and stopping in major cities like Austin, New York City and Philadelphia. The band will also perform one Canadian date in Laval, Quebec. Except for New York City, the band will be making its first appearances in every city on the tour, which concludes on July 20 in Chesterfield, Mo.
A complete list of concert dates can be seen below.
The Smile, 2023 North American Tour June 22 - Mexico City, Mexico @ National Auditorium June 25 - Austin, TX @ ACL Live at The Moody Theater June 29 - Miami, FL @ James L. Knight Center June 30 - St Augustine, FL @ The Saint Augustine Amphitheatre July 2 - North Charleston, SC @ North Charleston Performing Arts Center July 3 - Asheville, NC @ Thomas Wolfe Auditorium July 5- Richmond, VA @ The National July 7 - Forest Hills, NY @ Forest Hills Stadium July 8 - Philadelphia, PA @ Franklin Music Hall July 10 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE July 11 - Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom July 15 - Laval, QC @ Place Bell July 19 - Kansas City, MO @ Midland Theatre July 20 - Chesterfield, MO @ The Factory
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Swiftie who received Taylor Swift's hat at Cincinnati Eras Tour show dies at 16
Posted: November 17, 2023 | Last updated: November 17, 2023
A 16-year-old Taylor Swift super fan who received a gift from the pop star during Swift's Eras Tour stop in Cincinnati this summer has died after five years of battling cancer.
Ally Garner Anderson was diagnosed with stage 4 alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma, a rare soft tissue cancer , in 2018. She died Nov. 13, according to People Magazine .
The Sunbury, Ohio, native attended the July 1 show at Paycor Stadium , where Swift danced down to the front of the stage and handed her the black hat that's part of the singer's "22" outfit.
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The brief moment changed Ally's life, her mother, Patty Garner Anderson, told People.
"I hadn’t seen Ally smile and laugh like that in a very long time," her mom said.
The day after the concert, Ally posted her mom's video of the special exchange on TikTok.
"No words to describe what it felt like to be pulled from my seats to the floor. I knew immediately. Taylor was my first concert so many years ago. Honestly such a full circle moment," she wrote in the TikTok's caption.
Ally was a longtime Swift fan, her mother told People. The teenager's first concert was the singer's 1989 World Tour in 2015, when she was 8 years old.
Patty, who describes her daughter as "kind, loving, fierce," told People that Swift's music "brought light to Ally’s life" during her daughter's years-long battle with cancer. She added that Swift's songs were all her daughter listened to, "when she was still able to shower, when she was organizing her room, when we drove anywhere."
Ally even had a tattoo on her left forearm that read "And if you never bleed, you're never gonna grow," lyrics from Swift's song, "The 1."
The teen also made connections with other Swifties battling childhood cancer, which gave her "an escape and a sense of belonging," according to her mom.
After the Eras Tour concert, Ally and her mom met Swift's mother, Andrea. Patty hopes she can one day thank Taylor and Andrea for granting her daughter such a special moment.
Ally died on Nov. 13, and her mother believes there is something special in the timing, she told People.
"As you know Taylor Swift’s favorite number is 13. Ally died on 11/13/23 at 13:40. The 13th day during the 13th hour.”
This article originally appeared on Cincinnati Enquirer: Swiftie who received Taylor Swift's hat at Cincinnati Eras Tour show dies at 16
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It was just a week ago that Travis Kelce was asked if he was in love with Taylor Swift, and although he gave a smooth answer , he also gave a smile to reporters in an exchange about his relationship.
Fast-forward to Thursday night, as Swift performed her first of three shows in Buenos Aires. Kelce was in Kansas City for a charity event , but reports say he’ll travel down to Argentina eventually . She played Labyrinth on the piano, and there are videos circulating of her smiling as she sings about “falling in love again.”
Swifties everywhere are reading into that deeply:
travis kelce tysm for your service pic.twitter.com/Wf5CGj0MJQ — emery!🇵🇸 (@good4abrams) November 10, 2023
oh travis kelce the man that you are pic.twitter.com/aSGkt4VGfh — abbie 🍒 (@patrickverxnas) November 10, 2023
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MY GIRL IS SMITTEN WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TRAVIS KELCE pic.twitter.com/V0RRqNw3je — g ✨ (1989 taylor's version party) (@dolceandpinks) November 10, 2023
that cringe reporter to travis: are u in love? taylor: well let ME answer that question pic.twitter.com/gymJ6TrLNt — celine (@trackdearreader) November 10, 2023
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Rsm classic takes over role of 'last chance saloon' as final fedex cup fall event, share this article.
ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. – The view of St. Simons Sound from the driving range at Sea Island Resort is one of the most idyllic settings on the PGA Tour. Yet this week at the RSM Classic, tensions are high, jobs are on the line and not everyone will leave with a smile on their face.
“You don’t want to come in here worn out and grinding and trying to keep your job and not get to enjoy the islands,” World Golf Hall of Fame member Davis Love III, the tournament host, said Tuesday during a pre-tournament press conference.
The RSM Classic has a different feel this year. In the past, it has been the final tournament of the fall schedule before the Tour’s wrap-around season resumed in the first week of January, giving it a last-day-of-school feel. But the wrap-around season is no more and players outside the top 50 in the regular season have had seven tournaments in what was dubbed the FedEx Cup Fall to earn their way into the top 125. For the first time, the top 125 for the following season will be finalized at the RSM Classic.
“We’re the new Wyndham Championship,” Love III said, referring to the tournament that previously was the final opportunity for players to secure top 125 status, which gives players access to all full-field events and the Players Championship. (Numbers 126-150 will earn conditional status, unless otherwise exempt.)
Players who finished Nos. 1-50 through the FedEx Cup Playoffs locked their position in the FedEx Cup, earned full exempt status for 2024 and qualified for all eight Signature Events in 2024. All players ranked No. 51 and beyond carried FedEx Cup points and continued to accumulate points through the FedEx Cup Fall.
All 20 players from Nos. 121-140 in the FedEx Cup Fall standings entering the week are in the field. Carl Yuan, a 26-year-old native of China who finished fourth last week at the Butterfield Bermuda Championship, heads into the RSM Classic as the ‘Bubble Boy’ at No. 125.
“It’s almost like a little mini Q-School this week for those guys,” said Eric Cole, the leading candidate for Tour Rookie of the Year who already locked up his card for next season. “Depending on where you are, being right around that 125 bubble is tough.”
Veteran pro Zach Johnson, who has played in the RSM Classic 13 times, tied for the most appearances with Chris Kirk, has sensed a different vibe at his hometown event this week.
“It is the last week for some of these guys and they’ve got to make a dent. That’s golf, that’s competitive golf, that’s meritocracy, that’s PGA Tour golf and I think that’s a beautiful thing,” he said. “It’s also extremely brutal because it’s hard. Everybody’s really good and everybody essentially has the same goals and that’s to win.”
Patton Kizzire, who enters this week on the wrong side of the cutline at No. 130, said he spends too much time on Instagram and is trying to adopt the philosophical message of a Chinese proverb he read there and noted it may be for the best if he doesn’t keep his card.
“You know, the farmer’s horse dies and people come up to him and say, ‘Oh, I’m so sorry.’ He’s like, ‘Maybe.’ Then the next day seven wild horses come up. ‘Oh, this is great.’ He’s like, ‘Maybe.’ It goes on and on down the line,” Kizzire recounted. “I’m at peace either way. I think whatever happens, happens.”
Access to Signature events
There are other consequences set to be determined at week’s end, including the “Next 10,” an eligibility pathway to earn access into Signature Events. Numbers 51-60 in the final FedEx Cup Fall standings, not otherwise exempt, will earn spots into the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and Genesis Invitational with $20 million purses. Nine of the 10 players currently in position for one of the spots in The Next 10 are in the field – Beau Hossler, No. 51, has mathematically secured a place in The Next 10 and took the week off – as are seven of the players between Nos. 61-70. Sam Ryder is the bubble boy at No. 60 and knows what is at stake this week – a chance to have a head start on next season and play against the top fields.
“It’s been my very clear goal since the FedEx Cup Playoffs started,” said Ryder, who had his best regular season in six years on Tour, finishing the regular season at No. 61. “My schedule is subject to change depending how things go this week. I think it can really set me up for my whole year.”
The jockeying for position has forced Ryder to tee it up in six of the seven fall events.
“The nature of where I’m at, I felt like I had to (play),” he said.
It all comes down to this week. For those that come up short of their goal, all is not lost. This year, the Tour’s Q-School in December will offer cards to the top five and ties for the first time in over a decade. But no one wants to have to sweat out that pressure-cooker. Justin Lower, a 34-year-old journeyman pro who enters the week at No. 98, has been a poster child for the bubble boy role, and has endured the ecstasy of being on the right side of the cutline and the agony of his bubble bursting on too many occasions. Asked what he will miss about being on the bubble this week at the RSM Classic, Lower didn’t hesitate to answer.
“Absolutely nothing,” he said.
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Shinjuku Sumitomo Building Sankaku Hiroba (2-6-1 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)
Exhibiting Manufacturers/Brands (listed in no particular order)
We've got plenty of fun attractions in store! Be sure to come pay us a visit!
Enjoy the different attractions and displays made for each brand exhibit!
Stage events featuring different anime and games, live performances with popular artists, YouTube livestreams and more!
Enjoy taking pictures with different characters!
Other than the exhibitions and stage events, we're planning various promotional campaigns for fans to participate in!
Several products will be available for purchase, including Nendoroid Hatsune Miku: 15th Anniversary Ver. and Smile Fest 2022 merch! Check out the event products page for more info!