The 1975 announce massive Manchester homecoming gig as part of European tour
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The 1975 are coming home (yes, again), announcing details of a massive Manchester gig for early next year.
It’s as part of the UK and European leg of their Still… At Their Very Best tour, and will hit the north west in February, with tickets on sale next week.
The 1975‘s new tour dates will be their biggest-ever shows in Europe, also including two nights at The O2 in London.
This last run of shows – spanning the depth and breadth of Europe between February and March – will wrap up their ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’ campaign.
It means we can start looking forward to plenty more antics from the group, from them making post-gig drinks in Bunny Jackson’s (that happened twice!) to bringing out Taylor Swift on stage to getting banned from an entire country for snogging each other on stage.
They performed here back in January of this year, to rave reviews from The Manc.
And now The 1975 have dropped even more tour dates, with a Manchester AO Arena gig slotted in on 18 February 2024 (with space between other shows for extra hometown gigs… just saying).
Their previous ‘At Their Very Best’ spanned nine months and sold half a million tickets, wowing crowds with surprise appearances, impressive staging, and plenty of autotuned yelling.
They’re promising an even bigger and better production for the next shows, too.
The 1975 have also announced a number of limited-edition formats of their debut album ‘The 1975’, including a live recording of their intimate gig at Gorilla, where they played it in full,
Tickets for The 1975 will be available through an Exclusive Fan Presale on Wednesday 6 September at 10am local time, with tickets then on general sale through See Tickets on Friday 8 September at 10am local time.
The 1975 ‘Still… At Their Very Best’ UK & Europe 2024 Tour Dates
- Fri 09/02/24 – Glasgow, UK – OVO Hydro
- Mon 12/02/24 – London, UK – The O2
- Tue 13/02/24 – London, UK – The O2
- Sun 18/02/24 – Manchester, UK – AO Arena
- Wed 21/02/24 – Birmingham, UK – Resorts World Arena
- Mon 26/02/24 – Lisbon, PT – Campo Pequeno
- Tue 27/02/24 – Madrid, ES – WiZink Center
- Fri 01/03/24 – Paris, FR – Le Zénith
- Sat 02/03/24 – Amsterdam, NL – AFAS Live
- Sun 03/03/24 – Brussels, BE – Forest National
- Tue 05/03/24 – Hamburg, DE – Barclays Arena
- Thu 07/03/24 – Oslo, NO – Oslo Spektrum
- Fri 08/03/24 – Stockholm, SE – Annexet
- Sun 10/03/24 – Copenhagen, DK – KB Hallen
- Tue 12/03/24 – Berlin, DE – Verti Music Hall
- Wed 13/03/24 – Warsaw, PL – Torwar Hall
- Thu 14/03/24 – Prague, CZ – Fortuna Hall
- Sat 16/03/24 – Zürich, CH – Hallenstadion Zurich
- Mon 18/03/24 – Munich, DE – Zenith
- Tue 19/03/24 – Milan, IT – Mediolanum Forum
- Thu 21/03/24 – Frankfurt, DE – Jahrhunderthalle
- Fri 22/03/24 – Cologne, DE – Palladium
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