The 1975 to headline The O2 London
After releasing their second studio album and touring the UK during spring, The 1975 have confirmed their biggest headline gig to date.
The four-piece will head to London where they will play the 20,000 capacity O2 arena on Friday 16 December. The 1975 tickets will go on general sale on Friday 10 June, with pre-sales starting on Wednesday 8 June.
The 1975 were last in the capital during March where they played a series of sold-out shows at London’s O2 Academy Brixton. The group performed for an incredible five nights, before playing residences in Manchester and Glasgow.
After attracting a huge, loyal fanbase with hits like Chocolate and Sex, The 1975 returned with I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It.
Watch the video for Love Me from The 1975’s second album
If you can’t wait until December to see the group, they will play a handful of festivals in the UK, including Reading and Leeds Festival. The dates are part of their summer tour which see them play around the world in the likes of Asia and Central America.
The 1975 tour dates
- T in the Park, Balado (9)
- Reading and Leeds Festival (26)
- The O2, London (16)
What to expect from The 1975 at The O2
The 1975’s spring tour saw the band play a mixture of their new tracks from I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It as well as those from their self-titled debut album.
The band have already earned a reputation as an incredible live band, so with a summer of touring behind them, December at The O2 will be one amazing show. Check out their setlist from their March gig in London below.
The 1975 setlist at the London O2 Academy Brixton (March 2016)
- Love Me
- So Far (It’s Alright)
- A Change of Heart
- She’s American
- The Ballad of Me and My Brain
- Somebody Else
- An Encounter
- Loving Someone
- If I Believe You
- The Sound