The 1975 announce North American tour dates

We love it when they tour, because it's going to be ace and now we're aware of it.
They’ve been touring pretty much non-stop since February, but The 1975 are certainly not done yet – announcing a slew of North American tour dates.

Taking place from October, the jaunt around the continent will see the band play their very first shows in Mexico – just in case they hadn’t gone global enough.

It comes after a string of festival dates in the summer, and will be followed by those mammoth UK arena shows to round off 2016. Then maybe the guys can have a break, catch their breath and all that – but don’t bet it against them that they’ll be back out there in 2017 too.

Their second studio album (Deep Breath… – Ed) ‘I Like It When You Sleep For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It’ smashed the charts on both sides of the Atlantic, debuting at number 1 in the US and UK upon release.

The shows are going to be amazing, so wherever you are in the world – be there.


1 Queens, NY, The Meadows Music & Arts Festival

5 Mexico City, MX, Pepsi Center

7 Torreon, MX, Tecate Location

8 Chihuahua, MX, Tecate Location

13 Phoenix, AZ, Comerica Theatre

14 Los Angeles, CA, The Forum

15 San Diego, CA, CalCoast Credit Union Open Air Theatre

18 San Jose, CA, Event Center at San Jose State University

19 Las Vegas, NV, Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan

20 Salt Lake City, UT, The Complex

22 Spokane, WA, Knitting Factory

23 Calgary, AB, Grey Eagle Event Centre

24 Edmonton, AB, Shaw Conference Centre

26 Winnipeg, MB, MTS Centre

28 Champaign, IL, State Farm Center

31 Pittsburgh, PA, Stage AE


3 Toronto, ON, Air Canada Centre

5 Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena

9 Fairfax, VA, EagleBank Arena

11 Ypsilanti, MI, EMU Convocation Center

12 Grand Rapids, MI, The DeltaPlex Arena

13 Chicago, IL, Aragon Ballroom

16 Indianapolis, IN, Indiana Farmers Coliseum

17 Newport, KY, BB&T Arena

18 Boone, NC, Holmes Convocation Center

21 Nashville, TN, Nashville Municipal Auditorium

22 Atlanta, GA, Fox Theatre

23 Birmingham, AL, BJCC Concert Hall

26 Dallas, TX, South Side Ballroom

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