The 1975 announce two massive Irish gigs

Pic: Samuel Bradley

Our summer schedule is absolutely jam-packed with some incredible concerts, from Harry Styles to S Club 7.

Now English band The 1975 announced that they are bringing their At Their Very Best tour to Ireland again this summer. The lads will be taking to stages in St Anne’s Park, Dublin on June 7th and Cork’s Musgrave Park on June 13th.

They performed a sold-out show in the 3Arena last month as part of their UK and Ireland tour also selling out Belfast’s SSE Arena and two nights at the O2 London.

Tickets will go on sale on Friday, February 24 at 9am from Ticketmaster with prices starting from €49.90.

Pic: Samuel Bradley

The Manchester-born group have taken to Irish stages on numerous occasions over the last number of years, firmly establishing themselves as an act at the forefront of their generation.

They took home the award for Best Rock/Alternative Act at this year’s BRITs. Their five-album career has encompassed glossy pop, punk, garage rock, electro-funk and country-sounding records with lyrics exploring mental health, addiction, climate change and nihilism.

Their latest album Being Funny in a Foreign Language was their fifth consecutive number-one album in the UK. With their tour going viral on social media.

Don’t forget to grab those tickets from €49.90 on Friday, February 24th for The 1975 live at St Anne’s Park on June 7th and Musgrave Park June 13th 2023 on Ticketmaster.

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