Radiohead's 2017 tour is officially under way.

The band embarked on their latest round of dates in support of 2016's A Moon Shaped Pool LP on March 30, taking the stage at the American Airlines Arena in Miami with a lengthy setlist that included the first performance of "The Tourist" in almost 10 years.

That OK Computer track wasn't the only Radiohead number making a return in Miami. Amnesiac's "I Might Be Wrong" also reappeared in the setlist after more than five years away, as did the Kid A cut "Morning Bell." The group played more than 20 songs in all, delivering a career-spanning show that included the aforementioned older numbers as well as Moon Shaped Pool songs such as set opener "Daydreaming" and "Burn the Witch." The performance of "The Tourist" is embedded above and see the complete setlist and more songs below.

As previously reported, Radiohead is scheduled to tour the U.S. through late April; current plans call for the band to conclude this leg of their concert calendar on April 21, when they're set to appear at Coachella. They'll return to the road in June, traveling throughout Europe until late July. Many shows are already sold out, so for full ticketing information, visit the band's official site.

Radiohead, American Airlines Arena, Miami, FL, March 30, 2017 Setlist

"Desert Island Disk"
"Ful Stop"
"Morning Bell"
"Climbing up the Walls"
"All I Need"
"Let Down"
"I Might Be Wrong"
"Lotus Flower"
"Weird Fishes/Arpeggi"
"The Numbers"
"How to Disappear Completely"

Encore 1

"No Surprises"
"Burn the Witch"
"Fake Plastic Trees"
"The Tourist"

Encore 2

"You and Whose Army?"

"Climbing Up the Walls"

"Burn the Witch"

"I Might Be Wrong"

"You and Whose Army"

"All I Need"

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