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It's Official, Radiohead To Headline Osheaga 2016

Osheaga may be far away, but that doesn't mean the music festival you love isn't already dropping news to make you salivate for summer. And this is going to make you go nuts:

Radiohead is headlining Osheaga 2016, as confirmed by Consequence Of Sound.

This will be the very first time Radiohead has ever performed at the much-adored Montreal music festival, thus answering the prayers many fans have probably been silently saying for years.

Osheaga won't be the only summer music festival to be graced by Radiohead's electric presence, as the band will also be headlining Lollapalooza and Outside Lands.

As for the rest of the Osheaga lineup, a representative told Consequence Of Sound that they are "are currently working on finishing up the lineup. We should be announcing shortly.”

And if Radiohead is a prelude to the other artists that will be featured at Osheaga 2016, we're looking at an amazing summer.

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