The 1975 Announce 2024 U.K., European Tour Dates

The 1975 Announce 2024 U.K., European Tour Dates

The 1975 have announced dates for their 2024 U.K. and European “Still At Their Very Best” tour.

The schedule for the band’s biggest shows to date in Europe includes two nights at London’s O2.

The group will commence the U.K. leg with a show at Glasgow’s OVO Hydro on February 9 and then move on to perform at London’s O2 on February 12 and 13, followed by dates in Manchester (Feb. 18) and Birmingham (Feb. 21).

The European leg of the tour will see the band perform in Lisbon, Madrid, Paris, Oslo, Copenhagen, Berlin, Milan and more. The final concert of the tour will take place at the Palladium in Cologne, Germany, on March 22.

The 1975’s 32-date North American Tour commences on September 26th in Sacramento, California.

In an interview with NME last year around the time their Being Funny In A Foreign Language was released, The 1975 frontman Matty Healy said the “At Their Very Best” tour name was inspired by their growth as a band.

“When I made ‘A Brief Inquiry.’, we’d grown up a bit,” he said. “The idea of The 1975 continuing to grow up wasn’t a fear because it wasn’t unsexy. Now it’s kind of the sexiest thing about us. That’s why the tour is called ‘At Their Very Best.’ We’ve got our shit sorted.”

The 1975 “Still. At Their Very Best” UK & Europe 2024 tour dates:

FEBRUARY9 – Glasgow, UK, OVO Hydro12 – London, UK, The O213 – London, UK, The O218 – Manchester, UK, AO Arena21 – Birmingham, UK, Resorts World Arena26 – Lisbon, PT, Campo Pequeno27 – Madrid, ES, WiZink Center

MARCH1 – Paris, FR, Le Zénith2 – Amsterdam, NL, AFAS Live3 – Brussels, BE, Forest National5 – Hamburg, DE, Barclays Arena7 – Oslo, NO, Oslo Spektrum8 – Stockholm, SE, Annexet10 – Copenhagen, DK, KB Hallen12 – Berlin, DE, Verti Music Hall13 – Warsaw, PL, Torwar Hall14 – Prague, CZ, Fortuna Hall16 – Zürich, CH, Hallenstadion Zurich18 – Munich, DE, Zenith19 – Milan, IT, Mediolanum Forum21 – Frankfurt, DE, Jahrhunderthalle22 – Cologne, DE, Palladium

(Photo: Samuel Bradley)

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