The 1975 pop rock band have recently been on their ‘At Their Very Best’ tour around the UK.
At their London O2 date a special guest was brought out, Taylor Swift, which sent fans wild, and this Sunday (January 22), The 1975 are coming to Nottingham’s Motorpoint Arena for their anticipated tour.
Expectations for the Nottingham show are high with fans wondering if another guest will make an appearance.
Self proclaimed super fan Stan Crane, 19, who is also attending the Nottingham show said: “When The 1975 have previously played Nottingham, it’s clear to see that they love the crowd!
“I expect that we’re to hear some of the amazing tracks from their most recent album, Being Funny in a Foreign Language, such as ‘About You’, ‘Oh Caroline’ and ‘Happiness.’
“As well as playing some of their hottest hits like ‘Robbers’ and ‘It’s Not Living (If It’s Not With You)!’
“I would love to see them bring out a special guest, it would be their first show other than London night one that it takes place – if they where to bring someone out I’d love to see a thriving star such as Sam Fender, Lizzo or maybe even Harry Styles.”
The 1975 consist of four band members, lead vocalist and rhythmic guitarist Matty Healy, lead guitarist Adam Hann, Bassist Ross MacDonald and drummer George Daniel.
The band from Manchester were formed in 2002 after meeting in secondary school and playing as teenagers.
After five studio albums they have continued to soar in popularity and their current tour has gotten people talking after a special appearance from Taylor Swift at their Night one London show.
Speaking about their London show, Stan said: “When Taylor Swift appeared on stage the atmosphere in the arena was beyond your ‘Wildest Dreams.’
“She performed the live debut of her recent chart topper ‘Anti-Hero’ which was an amazing milestone to witness and even covered The 1975’s ‘The City’ from their first album, originally from their ‘Facedown’ EP.
“Taylor’s acoustic spin on the track was magnificently beautiful.”
The 1975 At Their Very Best
The O2, London
— The 1975 (@the1975) January 13, 2023
Majority of the tickets have sold out for the upcoming Nottingham date however a limited amount of tickets are available here.
Photo credit: Stan Crane