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The 1975 announce massive hometown gig in Manchester on UK and Ireland tour

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The 1975 have announced details of a massive UK and Ireland tour, including an arena date here on home turf.

The Manchester-formed group have also released I’m In Love With You, the third single from their upcoming album Being Funny In A Foreign Language.

The At Their Very Best tour will come in support of their fifth studio album and will take them to arenas right across the country.

The 1975 made their live music comeback last month with a headline slot at Summer Sonic 2022 in Japan, before returning for two appearances at Reading and Leeds Festival.

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The 1975. Credit: Samuel Bradley

I’m In Love With You follows other new songs Happiness and Part of the Band.

All four of their albums to date have topped the UK albums charts, including their massive self-titled debut released back in 2013.

The 1975 were named Band of the Decade by NME in 2020, and have scooped three BRIT awards, two Ivor Novellos, and two Q Awards.

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They’ll be performing at the AO Arena on Friday 20 January, 2023.

Tickets will be available in a fan presale from Wednesday 7 September before a general sale begins on Friday 9 September – find out more here.

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The 1975 UK and Ireland 2023 Tour Dates

Sun 08/01/23 – Brighton – The Brighton Center
Mon 09/01/23 – Bournemouth – Bournemouth International Center
Tue 10/01/23 – Exeter – Westpoint Arena
Thu 12/01/23 – London – The O2
Sun 15/01/23 – Birmingham – Resorts World Arena
Mon 16/01/23 – Cardiff – Motorpoint Arena
Thu 19/01/23 – Glasgow – SSE Hydro
Fri 20/01/23 – Manchester – Manchester Arena
Sun 22/01/23 – Nottingham – Motorpoint Arena
Mon 23/01/23 – Leeds – First Direct Arena
Weds 25/01/23 – Newcastle – Utilita Arena
Thu 26/01/23 – Liverpool – M&S Bank Arena
Sun 29/01/23 – Dublin – 3Arena
Mon 30/01/23 – Belfast – The SSE Arena

Featured image: Samuel Bradley