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The 1975 Announce Huge US Tour


the19756British pop-rock band The 1975 have announced that they will be embarking on a huge US tour commencing in April. The band have been making waves all over the world since releasing their second studio album ‘I Like it When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It’ in 2016.

The 1975 are one of the hottest bands to come out of the UK over the last few years. Following the release of their self-titled debut album in 2013, the Manchester four-piece have not only stormed the charts in their home country, but have also managed to make a significant impact in the USA.

Fusing elements of indie, electro and conventional rock, The 1975 seem to have come up with the perfect formula for fantastic contemporary pop music, and much like the bands of the mid 2000s such as Arctic Monkeys and The Libertines, The 1975 seem to have tapped into the current youth consciousness.

This undeniable affiliation with young people in the UK and US has been generated by the outspoken sentiments of lead singer Matt Healy, who has seemingly declared himself the voice of the disenfranchised progressive youth.

Over the last few months Healy has given several speeches referencing both Brexit and result of the US election and in many ways, this is the perfect time for the band to tour the states. Amazing performances and a good pinch of controversy lie ahead.

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Here is the full list of US tour dates:

Mexico City, Pepsi Center (April 9)
Guadalajara, Patio 2 Auditorio Telmex (April 11)
Monterey, Auditorio Banamex (April 12)
Allen, Allen Event Center (April 15)
Austin, ACL Live at Moody Theater (April 17)
Austin, ACL Live at Moody Theater (April 18)
Tulsa, Brady Theater (April 19)
El Paso, Abraham Chavez Theatre (April 21)
Mesa, Mesa Amphitheatre (April 22)
Tucson, Tucson Music Hall (April 23)
San Diego, Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre (April 25)
Los Angeles, Greek Theatre (April 27)
San Francisco, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (April 28)
Seattle, WaMu Theater (April 30)
Vancouver, PNE Forum (May 1)
Boise, CenturyLink Arena (May 3)
Salt Lake City The Great Saltair (May 5)
Denver, Fillmore Auditorium (May 6)
Kansas City, Starlight Theatre (May 9)
Pittsburgh, Stage AE (May 11)
Bethlehem, Sands Bethlehem Event Center (May 12)
Milwaukee, The Eagles Ballroom (May 16)
St Paul, Roy Wilkins Auditorium (May 17)
Lancaster, Pinewood Bowl Amphitheater (May 19)
Detroit, The Fillmore (May 22)
Rochester, Main Street Armory (May 23)
Ottawa, Richcraft Live at Canadian Tire Centre (May 25)
Montreal, Plaine des Jeux (May 26)
Boston, Boston Calling Festival (May 26-28)
Glens Falls, Glens Falls Civic Center (May 28)
Niagara Falls, Rapids Theatre (May 30)
Niagara Falls, Rapids Theatre (May 31)
New York, Madison Square Garden (June 1)
Columbus, Express Live! (June 3)
Cincinnati, Bunbury Music Festival (June 2-4)

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