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The 1975 Announce 2020 UK And Ireland Arena Tour - How To Buy Tickets

Friday, 13 September 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

The 1975 have announced a UK and Ireland arena tour for 2020.

The band will support their new album 'Notes On A Conditional Form', due out February 21, with shows in Nottingham, Newcastle, Leeds, Bournemouth, Cardiff, Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Dublin and London, where they'll play the O2 Arena, between February 15 and March 3.

Head below for further details.


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Tickets for The 1975 go on general sale at 9am on Friday September 20.

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Age Restrictions: Some venues are stating under 14s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 years or older. Some are advising over 5s only, while under 16s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 years or older, with over 14s only in standing area.

Please check our ticket agents' websites from our The 1975 listings here for more specific restrictions in place at the venues for these shows.

The 1975 Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat February 15 2020 - NOTTINGHAM Motorpoint Arena
Sun February 16 2020 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Utilita Arena
Mon February 17 2020 - LEEDS first direct Arena
Wed February 19 2020 - BOURNEMOUTH BIC
Fri February 21 2020 - LONDON O2 Arena
Sun February 23 2020 - CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena
Tue February 25 2020 - BIRMINGHAM Arena
Wed February 26 2020 - LIVERPOOL M&S Bank Arena
Fri February 28 2020 - MANCHESTER Arena
Sat February 29 2020 - ABERDEEN PJ Live Arena
Sun March 01 2020 - GLASGOW SSE Hydro
Tue March 03 2020 - DUBLIN 3Arena

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