The 1975 add extra date at The O2 for 2019 tour, here's how to get tickets

The 1975 announce extra dates for 2019 stadium tour, here's how to get tickets

As tickets sell out fast, group announce they will play two shows in the capital next Jan

Last week The 1975 revealed dates for their 2019 UK stadium tour. Today as tickets go on sale the group have announced they will play an extra date at The O2 arena in London on Sat 19 Jan. The indie rockers will now take to the road for 11 nights with two shows at the venue in the capital. Tickets for the extra date at The O2 are on sale now.

The four-piece are embarking on tour in support of their third album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, which is due for released this Nov. Current releases from the eagerly-anticipated record include 'Give Yourself A Try', 'TooTimeTooTimeTooTime' and 'Love It If We Made It'.

Those hoping to attend the tour are in for a triple helping of indie music as support for the shows comes from fellow indie pop group Pale Waves and rising artist No Rome. Manchester indie pop band Pale Waves have been on the rise getting noticed for their unique goth-pop sound and eccentric style. Their debut album My Mind Makes Noises was released last week.

The 1975 2019 tour dates:
Wed 9 Jan – SSE Arena, Belfast
Thu 10 Jan – 3Arena, Dublin
Sat 12 Jan – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Mon 14 Jan – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Wed 16 Jan – Brighton Centre
Fri 18 Jan – The O2, London
Sat 19 Jan – The O2, London NEW DATE ADDED
Mon 21 Jan – Westpoint Exeter
Wed 23 Jan – Arena Birmingham
Thu 24 Jan – Manchester Arena
Fri 25 Jan – FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield

Tickets for The 1975 January shows are on sale now. Tickets for the newly added show are also available.

The 1975

Sweeping indie rock from the Manchester four-piece.

Birmingham Arena

Wed 23 Jan 2019

£27.50–£32.50 / 0871 945 6000

Brighton Centre

Wed 16 Jan 2019

£32.50 / 0844 847 1515

Manchester Arena

Thu 24 Jan 2019

£31.57–£37.07 / 0844 847 8000

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