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The 1975 Announce North American Tour Dates

Alternative rock band The 1975 announce their North American tour dates for this fall. The At Their Very Best tour will include almost 25 dates in the country.

The 1975

At Their Very Best

November will mark the beginning of The 1975 tour in the North America. After performing few nights in Europe, the English band will go back to the continent to begin their new tour, At Their Very Best.

This tour is an important moment for American fans. In fact, the band didn’t visit North America for a period of almost 4 years! The Music for Cars Tour was the British group’s latest tour in support of their third studio album, “A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships.” The album dropped on November 30 2018, starting the band’s 24-month long world tour.

At the beginning of November, The 1975 will begin their six-weeks long tour in the United States. The four musicians will perform in more than 15 dates for a total of 24 dates in the country. The tour will hit US’ major cities, including New York, San Francisco, Boston and Los Angeles. Included in the month long tour, a date in Mexico is present as well. On Nov 20, the band will play in Mexico City. The band will also perform in Toronto, Canada at the end of the tour. On Dec 12, Scotiabank Arena will host The 1975 and their fans.

Being Funny In A Foreign Language

The tour comes in support of The 1975 latest album release, “Being Funny In A Foreign Language.” On Oct 14, only few weeks before the beginning of the tour, the band’s will release their fifth studio album with Dirty Hit.

The album includes hits like the latest “Happiness” and previously released “Part Of The Band.”

 

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