The 1975 have rescheduled their upcoming European tour dates for a second time – check out the new dates below.
The gigs, originally set for this February, were postponed until October so the band could continue work on their new album ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’.
Now, due to the coronavirus pandemic, they have been pushed back again to February and March 2021.
The newly rescheduled shows will begin in Copenhagen on February 12 at Tap 1, with the band going on to play Oslo, Stockholm, Berlin, Milan and more, before ending the run of dates on March 9 in Barcelona.
It comes after the band recently shared a new 2021 date for their huge London headline show in Finsbury Park.
See The 1975’s rescheduled European tour dates below.
12th – Copenhagen, Tap 1
13th – Oslo, Spektrum
15th – Stockholm, Annexet
17th – Warsaw, Stodola
18th – Vienna, Gasometer
20th – Berlin, Velodrom
22nd – Dusseldorf, Mitsubishi Electric Halle
23rd – Frankfurt, Jahrhunderthalle
24th – Munich, Zenith
26th – Milan, Fabrique
27th – Zurich, Samsung Hall
1st – Amsterdam, AFAS Live
3rd – Brussels, Ancienne Belgique
4th – Paris, Salle Pleyel
6th – Lisbon, Altice Arena
8th – Madrid, WiZink Center
9th – Barcelona, Razzmatazz
Back in May, The 1975 frontman Matty Healy discussed the idea of touring after the coronavirus pandemic, admitting that there “has to be some kind of sacrifice”.
“We’ve just got to think about what live music is and what’s important about it. It’s about taking this as an opportunity to really take the climate crisis seriously,” he said. We can’t go into a new world and start to rebuild it exactly like the last one, and then wait until it gets fucked again, and then start dealing with climate change. We need to start now.”