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The 1975 In 2014

03:01 PM Monday 6/2/14 | |

Currently rocking through the last week of a club run through the U.S., Britain’s The 1975 returns to North America for a November-December journey beginning in Montreal.  Presales and general onsales start this week.

  • The 1975

    SXSW, mtvU Woodies Festival, Austin, TX
    March 13, 2014

    (John Davisson)

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The Manchester indie band has been a perpetual touring machine during the last few months, hitting not only the U.S. but Australia, Japan, Ireland, Europe and its native England for sold-out headlining shows in support of its debut self-titled album.  Now the band that won the mtvU Breaking Woodie award for best emerging artist is eyeing a fall tour that includes two nights in New York.  The tour follows the group’s September U.K. outing.

Nov. 1 – Montreal, Quebec, Metropolis
Nov. 2 – Toronto, Ontario, Kool Haus
Nov. 4 – Detroit, Mich., The Fillmore Detroit
Nov. 7 – Milwaukee, Wis., Eagles Ballroom
Nov. 8 – Saint Paul, Minn., Myth
Nov. 11 – Denver, Colo., Fillmore Auditorium
Nov. 13 – Portland, Ore., Roseland Theater
Nov. 14 – Vancouver, British Columbia, The Vogue Theatre
Nov. 15 – Vancouver, British Columbia, The Vogue Theatre
Nov. 16 – Seattle, Wash., Paramount Theatre
Nov. 19 – Hollywood, Calif., Hollywood Palladium
Nov. 21 – San Diego, Calif., SOMA San Diego
Nov. 22 – Phoenix, Ariz., Comerica Theatre
Nov. 24 – Dallas, Texas, South Side Ballroom
Nov. 25 – Austin, Texas, Austin Music Hall
Nov. 26 – Houston, Texas, Bayou Music Center
Nov. 28 – Chattanooga, Tenn., Track 29
Nov. 29 – Atlanta, Ga., The Tabernacle
Nov. 30 – Raleigh, N.C., The Ritz
Dec. 2 – Washington, D.C., Echostage
Dec. 3 – Upper Darby, Pa., Tower Theatre
Dec. 4 – New York, N.Y., Terminal 5
Dec. 5 – New York, N.Y., Terminal 5 

Signing up for The 1975’s mailing list will give you exclusive access to a presale beginning June 4.  Presales for Citi cardholders begin June 3.  General onsales launch June 6.  Visit The1975.com for details.


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