Tickets from 1975 2023: See the At Their Best tour in London, Manchester, Cardiff and more

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With a fifth studio album due out in October, The 1975 have announced a 13-show UK leg of their upcoming tour in January, with tickets on general sale live this morning (September 9).

Being funny in a foreign language will be available for purchase on Friday, October 14, including previously released singles Part of the band and Happiness earlier this year.

The announcement of UK show dates follows the band’s headline set at the Reading and Leeds festival and coincides with the third single released from the new album, I am in love with you, with Phoebe Bridgers.

Concert dates for the UK tour will take place between January 8 and January 30, 2023.

The group will begin the North American leg of 23 sold-out shows On their best tour this month of November.

How to Get 1975s UK Tour Tickets

For fans who pre-ordered To be funny in a foreign language, Pre-sale tickets for artists, O2 Priority, Spotify and Live Nation went live on Ticketmaster at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, September 7. Pre-sale tickets will remain active until 9 a.m. today Friday, September 9.

General tickets go on sale today Friday, September 9 at 9 a.m. on Ticketmaster and The 1975 site. Official prices have yet to be announced, but the band are expected to keep tickets in demand at a reasonable price.

Where to see The 1975 on tour in 2023

The UK tour will start in Brighton on January 8 before heading to cities such as London, Cardiff, Manchester and ending in Belfast on January 30, 2023:

  • January 8: Brighton, The Brighton Center
  • January 9: Bournemouth, Bournemouth International Center
  • January 10: Exeter, Westpoint Arena
  • January 12: London, The O2
  • January 15: Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
  • January 16: Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
  • January 17: Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
  • January 19: Glasgow, OVO Hydro
  • January 20: Manchester, AO Arena
  • January 22: Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
  • January 23: Leeds, First Direct Arena
  • January 25: Newcastle, Utilita Arena Newcastle
  • January 26: Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena Liverpool
  • January 30: Belfast, The SSE Arena
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