The 1975, Wallice
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The 1975 Announce Wallice as Support Act for Australian Tour

Next month, The 1975 will return to Australia for their first tour since 2020, bringing with them two new albums’ worth of material – 2020’s Notes on a Conditional Form and last year’s Being Funny in a Foreign Language.

The British band have announced Los Angeles indie-pop singer-songwriter Wallice will be on main support duties for the run. The artist is signed to The 1975’s label, Dirty Hit, and has released two EPs: 2021’s Off the Rails and last year’s 90s American Superstar.

Wallice – ‘Japan’

The 1975’s At Their Very Best Australian tour will kick off with a sold-out show at Perth’s Red Hill Auditorium on Saturday, 8th April. From there, they’ve got shows booked in Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney. Tickets for the majority of shows have sold out, but limited tickets remain for Melbourne and Sydney here.

The 1975 last toured Australia as part of the 2020 Laneway Festival, headlining alongside Charli XCX. The band kicked off their At Their Very Best world tour last November, playing shows in the US, UK and Ireland.

Being Funny in a Foreign Language, the band’s fifth studio album, arrived in October 2022 after being previewed with the singles ‘Part of the Band’, ‘Happiness’ and ‘I’m in Love with You’.

The 1975 At Their Very Best 2023 Australian Tour

  • Saturday, 8th April – Red Hill Auditorium, Perth – SOLD OUT
  • Monday, 10th April – Adelaide Entertainment Centre (Arena), Adelaide – SOLD OUT
  • Tuesday, 11th April – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne 
  • Wednesday, 12th April – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne 
  • Friday, 14th April – Aware Super Theatre, Sydney – SOLD OUT
  • Saturday, 15th April – Riverstage, Brisbane – SOLD OUT
  • Sunday, 16th April – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney

Tickets for Melbourne and Sydney available here.

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