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The 1975 announce 2024 ‘Still… At Their Very Best’ UK and Europe dates

The shows are likely to conclude the band's 'Being Funny In A Foreign Language' cycle

By Emma Wilkes

The 1975 (Picture: Jenn Five)

The 1975 have announced the UK and Europe leg of their ‘Still… At Their Very Best’ tour for early 2024.

The band will be playing five dates in the UK, including two nights at London’s O2 Arena, in February 2024. Following these, they will then be heading to Europe for a run of some of their biggest shows out there to date, lasting until the end of March.

It has been confirmed that these will be the final shows of the cycle for their 2022 album Being Funny In A Foreign Language. A leaked DM reportedly sent by their label Dirty Hit’s head Jamie Oborne circulated on the internet earlier this week, in which it was suggested these could be The 1975’s last tour dates “for a few years”.

Tickets will be available via Exclusive Fan pre-sale on Wednesday, September 6, before going on general sale on Friday, September 8.

The 1975 ‘Still… At Their Very Best’ UK & Europe 2024 Tour Dates:


9 – Glasgow, UK – OVO Hydro
12 – London, UK – The O2
13 – London, UK – The O2
18 – Manchester, UK – AO Arena
21 – Birmingham, UK – Resorts World Arena
26 – Lisbon, PT – Campo Pequeno
27 – Madrid, ES – WiZink Center

MARCH 2024
1 – Paris, FR – Le Zénith
2 – Amsterdam, NL – AFAS Live
3 – Brussels, BE – Forest National
5 – Hamburg, DE – Barclays Arena
7 – Oslo, NO – Oslo Spektrum
8 – Stockholm, SE – Annexet
10 – Copenhagen, DK – KB Hallen
12 – Berlin, DE – Verti Music Hall
13 – Warsaw, PL – Torwar Hall
14 – Prague, CZ – Fortuna Hall
16 – Zürich, CH – Hallenstadion Zurich
18 – Munich, DE – Zenith
19- Milan, IT – Mediolanum Forum
21 – Frankfurt, DE – Jahrhunderthalle
22 – Cologne, DE – Palladium 

Meanwhile, The 1975 are set to kick off the North American leg of the ‘Still… At Their Very Best’ tour next month, which will last until December and includes two back-to-back sold-out shows at New York’s famous Madison Square Garden.

The band headlined Reading and Leeds for the third time in four years at the weekend and filled in for Lewis Capaldi by playing their 2013 self-titled debut in full for its 10th anniversary.

Reviewing the first night of their UK tour earlier this year, Rolling Stone UK described it as “a game-changing arena show for the ages“.