Radiohead for Haiti

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Radiohead for Haiti
Radiohead for Haiti cover art.jpg
Video by Radiohead
Released 24 December 2010
Recorded 24 January 2010
Length 124:48
Label Self-released

Radiohead for Haiti is a live concert video of Radiohead's concert at the Henry Fonda Theatre, Hollywood on 24 January 2010. The concert raised money for Oxfam responding to the 2010 Haiti earthquake of that month. Radiohead were in Los Angeles recording their eighth album, The King of Limbs (2011), and performed without a light show and with reduced music equipment. Radiohead auctioned all tickets and raised more than half a million dollars in one night for the charity.[citation needed]

The footage was shot and edited by 14 audience members.[1] With Radiohead's support, the video was made available for download and uploaded to YouTube on Christmas Eve, 2010.[1] Oxfam set up a dedicated donations page for the project, and by 10 January 2011 had raised $11,500 (£7,300).[2] The concert poster and cover video artwork were designed by Kii Arens.[1]


  1. "Faust Arp"
  2. "Fake Plastic Trees"
  3. "Weird Fishes/Arpeggi"
  4. "The National Anthem"
  5. "Nude"
  6. "Karma Police"
  7. "Kid A"
  8. "Morning Bell"
  9. "How to Disappear Completely"
  10. "A Wolf at the Door"
  11. "The Bends"
  12. "Reckoner"
  13. "Lucky"
  14. "Bodysnatchers"
  15. "Dollars and Cents"
  16. "Airbag"
  17. "Exit Music (For a Film)"
  18. "Everything in Its Right Place"
  19. "You and Whose Army?"
  20. "Pyramid Song"
  21. "All I Need"
  22. "Lotus Flower"
  23. "Paranoid Android"
  24. "Street Spirit (Fade Out)"


  1. ^ a b c "Radiohead approve release of fans' charity concert DVD". BBC News. 10 January 2011. Retrieved 11 January 2011. 
  2. ^ "Radiohead Fans Create Charity DVD, Band Approves". Retrieved 11 January 2011. 

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