The 1975 announcement date at Newcastle’s Utilita Arena next year on a new tour

The 1975 announcement date at Newcastle’s Utilita Arena next year on a new tour
The 1975 announcement date at Newcastle’s Utilita Arena next year on a new tour

The 1975s have announced a new tour in 2023 – and they will stop in Newcastle to play the Utilita Arena.

English rock band released his new single, I’m In Love With You on Thursday – the third song from his upcoming album Being Funny In A Foreign Language. The new studio album, the band’s fifth, is due out October 14 and includes other recent hits, Happiness and Part Of The Band.

The band, made up of vocalist Matty Healy, guitarist Adam Hann, bassist Ross MacDonald and drummer George Daniel, formed in Manchester in 2002 and have since seen all four studio albums rise to number one on the UK charts. They made their long-awaited live return in August this year, headlining Japan’s biggest rock festival Summer Sonic 2022 in Tokyo and Osaka.

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They are scheduled to tour across the United States in November and December, after headlining the Reading & Leeds Festival last month. As they announced the UK and Ireland leg of their tour on Thursday, fans in the North East were delighted to find that Newcastle is one of 14 locations they will visit in January.

The 1975 will come to the Utilita Arena on January 25, 2023. Tickets go on sale at 9 a.m. on Friday, September 9, or fans can pre-order the new album from The 1975’s official store before 3 p.m. on Tuesday, September 6 for pre-sale access on Wednesday, September 7.

The band also visit Brighton, Bournemouth, Exeter, London, Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester, Nottingham, Leeds, Liverpool, Dublin and Belfast in January as part of their At Their Best tour.

The group has ties to the North East as Matty Healy is the son of Denise Welch and Tim Healy.

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