When LCD Soundsystem said their ‘Long Goodbye’ in 2011, the band filled Madison Square Garden for the emotional performance. Now, almost five years to the day, LCD will return to New York once more. Already announced to headline Panorama Festival in July, the band will hit Webster Hall for two nights of musical mayhem, this Sunday March 27th and Monday March 28th.These mark the band’s first shows in five years, though the group is slated to perform at a number of summer festivals, including Coachella and Bonnaroo. While MSG holds roughly 18,000 people, Webster Hall’s main stage has a capacity of 1,500 – and you can bet that it will be a packed house.To gain entry to the shows, dubbed “Back From The Dead,” fans can enter a lottery for tickets. Best of luck to everyone who enters!
The Cripple of Inishmaan headliner Daniel Radcliffe stopped by CBS This Morning to discuss everything from Gary Oldman’s nudity advice to his adoration for Broadway. “You guys have the most bustling, exciting, theater district in the world,” Radcliffe says. While the Tony nominating committee may not have recognized his acclaimed performance for a third time this season, Radcliffe keeps his head up, assuring us, “it’s not going to stop me from coming back.” And while he may be known for playing a certain boy wizard, the Broadway.com Audience Choice Award winner seems to be keeping his eye on the stage: “As much as Potter was responsible for the first part of my career, I do think Broadway can take a lot of credit for the next.” Take a look at his interview below! Star Files View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on July 20, 2014 Related Shows The Cripple of Inishmaan Daniel Radcliffe