With tickets going on sale this week, fans need to be quick if they want a chance to see Matty Healy, Adam Hann, Ross MacDonald, and George Daniel live.
Find out below when The 1975 return to the UK and how you can get tickets for the final shows of the Being Funny In A Foreign Language era.
When are The 1975 performing in London?
The 1975 are playing at The O2 London on February 12 and 13, 2024.
How to get tickets to see The 1975
Artist presale begins at 10am on Wednesday, September 6, while the Live Nation presale begins at 10am on Thursday, September 7.
The general sale will take place at 10am on Friday, September 8.
Tickets will be sold on Ticketmaster.
Where are The 1975 touring?
The 1975 will tour the US and Canada until December, before heading to Europe in February.
They will kick off the European leg of their tour in Glasgow on February 9, before heading to London.
From there, they will play shows in Manchester and Birmingham, and then Europe.
Stops on their European tour include Lisbon, Madrid, Paris, Berlin, and Oslo. The tour will end on March 22 in Cologne, Germany.
The tour is touted as being the world’s first carbon-removed gig, where the environmental cost of the production is being counteracted by investing in carbon removal which will extract the carbon generated by the band’s gig early next year.
The 02’s owner and operator AEG has said that the event will “deliver the same best-in-class experience that fans expect at The O2, but also one that’s supporting vital climate work and is better for the planet.”
Where have The 1975 been touring?
The 1975 began their At Their Very Best tour in November 2022, in the US, plus shows in Mexico and Canada.
In January 2023, they returned to Europe and played shows across the UK and Ireland.
They then toured Latin America and the Asia-Pacific, before once again returning to Europe.
Frontman Healy hit the headlines for his onstage antics, particularly for the band’s appearance at a Malaysian musical festival, which saw the singer kiss bandmate MacDonald and make a speech about homosexuality, which is illegal in Malaysia.
The band was ordered to pay £2 million in damages for allegedly breaching their contract.
Their 2024 tour is an extension of their current tour, titled Still… At Their Very Best.