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The 1975 To Play Debut Album In Full At Festival

The 1975 have had quite the decade, haven’t they? Since crashing onto the world scene with their intricate, compelling and seminal debut album The 1975, they simply haven’t stopped. Now they are one of the biggest bands in the world. Personal yet still a phenomenon, familiar but always fresh, their limits know no bounds in 2023. Currently making their way across the world with their …At Their Very Best tour, they have now announced a way that they are going to celebrate 10 years of that debut album that started everything.

Whilst playing a set at Glasgow’s TRNSMT festival, Matty Healy revealed that the band would be taking the headline spot of Lewis Capaldi at Reading and Leeds Festival in the UK. Lewis recently announced that he is taking a step back from touring to focus on his mental health, which included his appearance at the top of the festival’s bill. So step up The 1975, who also stood in for Rage Against The Machine after they cancelled their appearance in 2022. But to make it that little bit more special, they will be performing The 1975 in full from front to back. That means “The City“, “Menswear“, “Girls“, “Settle Down“, “Sex“, “Chocolate“, and many more will be making up the setlist. How incredible is that? Oh, and don’t forget “Robbers“, of course.

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They will play on the same day as Chase Atlantic, Sleep Token, MOTHICA, Scowl and Nothing But Thieves, so it’s going to be a varied and vibrant affair. It will be August 26 at Richfield Avenue in Reading and August 27 at Bramham Park in Leeds. Tickets are available right now from right here.

The 1975 will be making their way across North America shortly after their appearance at Reading and Leeds. Here are all the dates that you need to know:

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  • Sept.16—Atlanta, GA @ Music Midtown*
  • Sept. 23—Las Vegas, NV @ Life Is Beautiful*
  • Sept. 26—Sacramento, CA @ Golden 1 Center
  • Sept. 28—San Jose, CA @ SAP Center
  • Sept. 30—San Diego, CA @ Pechanga Arena San Diego
  • Oct. 2—Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Bowl
  • Oct. 5—Glendale, AZ @ Desert Diamond Arena
  • Oct. 7—Greenwood Village, CO @ Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre
  • Oct. 12—New Orleans, LA @ Smoothie King Center
  • Oct. 14—Austin, TX @ Austin City Limits Music Festival 
  • Oct. 17—Miami, FL @ Kaseya Center
  • Oct. 18—Tampa, FL @ Amalie Arena
  • Oct. 20—Charlotte, NC @ Spectrum Center
  • Oct. 22—Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
  • Oct. 23—St. Louis, MO @ Enterprise Arena
  • Oct. 25—Kansas City, MO @ T-Mobile Center
  • Oct. 26—Minneapolis, MN @ Target Center
  • Oct. 28—Milwaukee, WI @ Fiserv Forum
  • Oct. 31—Detroit, MI @ Little Caesars Arena
  • Nov. 2—Indianapolis, IN @ Gainbridge Fieldhouse
  • Nov. 3—Columbus, OH @ Nationwide Arena
  • Nov. 5—Pittsburgh, PA @ PPG Paints Arena
  • Nov. 8—Baltimore, MD @ CFG Bank Arena
  • Nov. 10—Philadelphia, PA @ Well Fargo Arena
  • Nov. 12 — Boston, MA @ TD Garden
  • Nov. 14 — New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
  • Nov. 17 — Montreal, QC @ Bell Centre
  • Nov. 18 — Toronto, ON @ Scotiabank Arena
  • Nov. 20 — London, ON @ Budweiser Gardens
  • Nov. 22 — Grand Rapids, MI @ Van Andel Arena
  • Nov. 26 — Salt Lake City, UT @ Delta Center
  • Nov. 27 — Boise, ID @ ExtraMile Arena
  • Nov. 29 — Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena
  • Dec. 1/23 — Portland, OR @ Moda Center
  • Dec. 2/23 — Seattle, WA @ Climate Pledge Arena

*Festival performance.

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