The 1975 presale tickets: Live Nation, album preorder info for the group’s 2023 UK and Ireland tour

The 1975 presale tickets go on sale this week and we've got all the info you need.

The 1975 recently announced a UK and Ireland arena tour and we’ve got all the info you need on presale tickets.

The band will tour venues throughout January 2023 in support of their upcoming album, Being Funny In A Foreign Language.

It marks their first tour in the UK and Ireland in a number of years and follows up their recent headline set at Reading and Leeds Festival.

Tickets for the tour go on general sale from 9am on on 9 September via Ticketmaster and See Tickets, but before that, fans can get their hands on tickets in a presale.

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The tour will kick off in Brighton on 8 January and visit the likes of London, Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow and Manchester before finishing up in Belfast on 30 January.

Below you can find out all the info you need on The 1975 presale tickets including a fan presale, Live Nation and Spotify.

How do I access The 1975 presale tickets?

The first ticket presale that fans can access is the album presale.

Fans who preorder their album, Being Funny In A Foreign Language from the official store here by 3pm on 6 September will receive access.

You’ll be emailed a code and link to access the presale, which takes place at 9am on Wednesday, 7 September, however this doesn’t guarantee you tickets.

Are there any other ticket presales taking place?

Yes, there’s two more taking place across the week. The first is a Spotify presale on 8 September, which will be available exclusively to fans of the band on the streaming platform.

You’ll be emailed a link or code to the email address linked to your Spotify account if you’re a regular listener of the group. This will take place from 9am.

The second is a Live Nation presale. This is free to access, just sign up to Live Nation for free and head to The 1975 artist page from 9am on 8 September.

If you miss out, then tickets will be released in a general sale from 9am on on 9 September via Ticketmaster and See Tickets

What are the tour dates?

  • 8 January – Brighton, Brighton Centre
  • 9 January – Bournemouth, International Centre
  • 10 January – Exeter, Westpoint Arena
  • 12 January – London, The O2
  • 15 January – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
  • 16 January – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
  • 19 January – Glasgow, SSE Hydro
  • 20 January – Manchester, Manchester Arena
  • 22 January – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
  • 23 January – Leeds, First Direct Arena
  • 25 January – Newcastle, Utilita Arena
  • 26 January – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
  • 29 January – Dublin, 3Arena
  • 30 January – Belfast, The SSE Arena