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Tickets for The 1975's Brits Week show in Manchester go on sale at 9am today

The 1975

The 'Somebody Else' group will perform at Gorilla in February to raise money for Warchild

British-indie rock icons The 1975 have announced that they will perform a show in Manchester as part of Brits Week 2023. Tickets go on sale at 9am today.

The 'Chocolate' outfit will head to Gorilla in Manchester on Wednesday 1 February to perform a Brits Week gig in association with Warchild. Other acts scheduled for the concert series include Sugababes, The Hunna, The Snuts, Rina Sawayama, Sea Girls and more.

The quartet are already touring the UK to showcase their latest album Being Funny In A Foreign Language which was released in October. Led by viral frontman Matty Healy, the group are set to perform arena shows in Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester, Nottingham, Leeds and more this month.

They've also secured a headline slot as Glasgow's TRNSMT festival in July this year alongside huge acts such as Pulp, Niall Horan, Sam Fender, Aitch, Kasabian, George Ezra and more. Tickets are on sale now.

The 1975 2023 UK tour dates:
Sunday 15 January – Resorts World Arena, Birmingham
Monday 16 January – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Thursday 19 January – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
Friday 20 January – AO Arena, Manchester
Sunday 22 January – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Monday 23 January – First Direct Arena, Leeds
Wednesday 25 January – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
Thursday 26 January – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
Sunday 29 January – 3Arena, Dublin
Monday 30 January – SSE Arena, Belfast
Wednesday 1 February – Gorilla, Manchester

Tickets for The 1975 go on sale at 9am today.

Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the information displayed here is accurate, always check with the venue before attending.

The 1975

Sweeping indie rock from the Manchester four-piece. The 1975 are Matthew Healy (lead vocals), Adam Hann (lead guitar), Ross MacDonald (bass) and George Daniel (drums).

Finsbury Park, London N4

Sun 2 Jul


Irish Independent Park, Cork

Tue 13 Jun


TRNSMT Festival

Music festival held in the heart of Glasgow. The 2023 lineup includes Pulp, George Ezra, Niall Horan, Sam Fender, Kasabian, The 1975, Royal Blood plus many more to be announced.

Glasgow Green

Fri 7 Jul

£145 / 0141 271 2951

Sat 8 Jul

£145 / 0141 271 2951

Sun 9 Jul

£145 / 0141 271 2951

The 1975 - Brits Week presented by Mastercard for War Child

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