Indie pop quartet, The 1975, have announced they will be playing London’s O2 Arena on December 16th later this year. This is the first date announced of their UK tour, which is set to be their biggest to date, with pre-sale tickets available from Wednesday at 9am.
The upcoming dates will showcase a unique live experience, with brand new stunning visuals, songs that have not be played live as of yet and will fuse both art and technology for a one of a kind live experience you won’t ever forget.
In March, The 1975 took their neon visuals to just a few of their first arenas in the likes of Birmingham and even sold out the entire tour. This was to promote their ever popular 2016 release, I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful and Yet So Unaware Of It. As of recent, for most US dates, the band have been performing with a fill in drummer as original member George Daniel has been recovering from a broken shoulder.
The remaining UK dates, for what is looking like a December tour, are set to be announced in 2 days. This is the same day as the beginning of pre-sale for tickets to the London O2 show. General sale begins Friday 10th. Tickets can be purchased from See Tickets.