The 1975 will kick off the UK and Europe leg of their Still… At Their Very Best tour in Glasgow next year, it has been announced.
The newly announced dates are lead by a show at the OVO Hydro in Glasgow on Friday, February 9, before the band travel down south for gigs in London, Manchester and Birmingham.
Fronted by controversial singer Matty Healy, The 1975’s UK and Europe concerts early next year will be the final shows of their Being Funny in a Foreign Language campaign.
The Still… At Their Very Best tour will see the band play arenas across North America and Canada throughout autumn, before arriving in the UK and Europe for the newly announced shows.
Organisers have said the latest tour is expected to eclipse their previous sell-out tour, which sold more than 500,000 tickets.
Tickets for the UK and Europe tour will be available via Exclusive Fan Presale on Wednesday, September 6, at 10am.
Tickets then on general sale on Friday, September 8, at 10am. Sign up for the Exclusive Fan Presale on the band’s website.