The 1975 just announced the North American leg of their 2019 tour. The band will travel throughout North America with a stop at Nashville’s Ascend.
The upcoming tour is in support of their forthcoming album, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships. The highly-anticipated album drops on Nov. 30. They’ve already released a few tracks from the record including “Give Yourself a Try,” “TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME” and the Nashville Noise favorite, “Love It If We Made It.”
The 1975 kick off the North American leg of their tour on March 20 in Guadalajara. After that, they have a break until April 15, which has led fans to speculate that the “time off” may actually mean a Coachella performance. Regardless, they have Phoenix on their schedule for April 15 before playing at Las Vegas, Seattle, Austin, Atlanta and Charlotte. On May 15, the guys will come right here in Nashville to perform at Ascend Amphitheater. This is their first time to play that outdoor venue.
The tour is produced by Live Nation with tickets going on sale Oct. 26 at 10 AM. Fans can pre-order tickets by purchasing select items on the band’s official website. Once they make a purchase, they’ll receive a pre-sale code which is good for the pre-sale on Oct. 24. Find out more about the pre-sale and see the full list of tour dates here.
You can also pre-order a copy of the album through Amazon by clicking on the album artwork below.
Find out about how The 1975 plan on releasing not one, but two albums here.