The 1975 have announced new UK arena shows as part of their ‘Still… At Their Very Best’ tour in February/March 2024.
The 1975 Tour Dates:
Glasgow OVO Hydro, 08 Feb
Glasgow OVO Hydro, 09
London The O2, 12
London The O2, 13
London The O2, 14
Manchester AO Arena, 17
Manchester AO Arena, 18
London The O2, 20 ***EXTRA DATE***
Birmingham Resorts World Arena, 21
Teasers of the tour were first spotted at this summer’s Reading Festival following the band’s recent headline slots at both Reading & Leeds Festivals, after stepping in as the act for replacement for Lewis Capaldi.
The newly announced dates will form part of the band’s biggest ever shows in Europe and will be the final dates of the ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’ campaign.
Prior to the newly announced UK & Europe leg of the tour, they will also play arenas across North America and Canada throughout the autumn, including sold out shows at The Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles and, for the first time ever, two back-back sold out nights at New York’s iconic Madison Square Garden.
The English pop rockers previous ‘At Their Very Best’ tour included stops at arenas across the USA, Canada, UK & Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Asia over the last nine months, with an impressive 500k+ tickets sold.
Featuring impressive staging, high concept performance art and surprise appearances from friends, the tour has seen them lauded as a band truly in their prime. The 1975 ‘Still… At Their Very Best’ tour will set the bar even higher, featuring newly expanded production.
The 1975 dropped their fifth studio album in October 2022. The full-length outsold the rest of the Top 5 combined to land the band their fifth Official UK No. 1 album in a row. They also took home the award for ‘Best Rock/Alternative Act’ at the 2023 BRIT Awards.
In addition, they recently announced a number of new limited-edition formats of their debut album ‘The 1975’ to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the record.
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