The 1975 have announced details of a huge UK arena tour for 2019. Check out full dates and ticket details below.
The Manchester group will hit the road next January for shows at some of the country’s biggest venues – including London’s O2 Arena. Support comes from Pale Waves and No Rome.
Check out the tour dates in full below. You can buy tickets here from 9am on Friday September 21.
JAN 9TH Belfast SSE Arena
JAN 10TH Dublin 3Arena
JAN 12TH Glasgow SSE Hydro
JAN 14TH Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
JAN 16TH Brighton The Centre
JAN 18TH London The O2
JAN 21ST Exeter Westpoint
JAN 23rd Birmingham Arena
JAN 24TH Manchester Arena
JAN 25TH Sheffield FlyDSA Arena
The tour announcement comes ahead of the band releasing third album ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’, which is set to emerge in November 2018.
So far, ‘Give Yourself A Try’, ‘TooTimeTooTimeTooTime’ and ‘Love It If We Made It’ are the only tracks to have emerged from the record.
Last month, a poster appeared at Reading and Leeds Festival which suggests that the record will be released on November 30. They then plan to release a follow up in May 2019.
Describing the record, singer Matty Healy previously told NME: “Our first three albums are the story of a person; it’s always kind of been my story.
“It spanned adolescence to maturity, success and trying to mediate the two, and the third one is where we are now.
“I haven’t really decided the statement of where we are now yet. It’s sort of difficult to understand the present”.