The 1975 London O2 Arena set times: When band and support will hit stage for Still… At Their Very Best shows
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The 1975's Still… At Their Very Best is set to stop at the London O2 Arena over the next few weeks. Their four-show stint at the North Greenwich venue will start on Monday (February 12) and wrap the following Tuesday (February 20).
The group's latest string of shows follows on from their 2023 At Their Very Best Tour, which also saw them perform at the O2 Arena.
The London venue has welcomed the group for performances many times over the years. They hosted their first tour there in 2016 as part of their I Like It When You Sleep For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It shows.
Here's when The 1975 are set to take to the stage at their 2024 London O2 Arena shows.
When is The 1975's support act set to take to the stage for London O2 Arena shows?
The pop rock group will be supported by indie pop singer The Japanese House for their London O2 Arena shows on February 12, 13, 14 & 20. Real name Amber Bain, music fans will no doubt recognise the Buckinghamshire-born musician's soft voice in her hit track Touching Yourself.
London fans can expect The Japanese House to open the band's O2 Arena show at around 7.30pm.
When is The 1975 set to take to the stage at London's O2 Arena?
The 1975 are expected to take to the London O2 Arena stage at around 8.30pm. Robbers and The Sound are just some of the band's hits that London fans are expected to hear during the group's takeover of the iconic music venue.
When will The 1975's London O2 Arena shows end?
Weekday London O2 Arena shows typically wrap up around 11pm. Therefore, 1975 fans can expect the group's show to end then, too.