The 1975 confirm the date for their huge open air Irish gig this summer
It's going to be a great show.
English band The 1975 have exploded around the world in the last two years and their one of the hottest shows on the planet right now.
The Manchester boys teased Irish fans a few weeks ago with this tweet.
// I R E L A N D & N O R T H E R N I R E L A N D - T O U R N E W S S O O N // L O V E pic.twitter.com/FMWUw66evy
— The 1975 (@the1975) January 16, 2017
The Mercury Music Prize-nominated group announced the dates for their gigs in Ireland this morning and fans are going crazy.
The boys will play at Belsonic in Belfast on June 16 and then they'll head south to Dublin for a huge open air gig at Malahide Castle on June 17.
— The 1975 (@the1975) January 30, 2017
The tickets for the gig cost €49.50 and they go on sale this Friday (February 3) at 9am. Set your alarms.