1975 come to The O2 for four massive dates. The shows are part of their Still… At Their Very Best tour, which began in North America in 2023.
Their four London shows will mark the world’s first decarbonisation event. All CO2 generated by the concerts will be physically sucked out of the air, neutralizing their impact.
Matty Healy, Ross MacDonald, Adam Hann and George Daniel are touring in support of their album Being Funny in a Foreign Language. Here at we have collected everything you need to know about their concerts in London.
The 1975 play The O2 on February 12, 12 and 14, then again on February 20. Doors to The O2 open at 6.30pm on all dates, with the group supported by The Japanese House. In previous concerts on the tour, The 1975 have come on stage at 8:30 p.m.
There is no official set list for The 1975’s London shows yet, but they did play the following songs at a recent concert in Canada:
- Looking for someone (to love)
- Part of the band
- Honesty is scary
- Oh Caroline
- I’m in love with you
- A change of heart
- All I need to hear
- About you
- Was my mistake
- Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America
- If you’re too shy (let me know)
- The song Me & You Together
- It’s not alive (unless it’s with you)
- The sound
- i always want to die (sometimes)
- Love it if we did
- Give yourself a try
When the concert is over
There are still tickets available for the 1975 concerts at The O2 on Ticketmaster, Live Nation and See Tickets.
How to get there
To get to The O2 you can take the Jubilee line of the London Underground to North Greenwich. You can also take the cable cars to North Greenwich, or the Thames Clippers to North Greenwich Pier. You can Book trains for the UK and Europe – including cheap Eurostar tickets – on Trainline.
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