Booking now: Wolf Alice to support The 1975 on US tour

Wolf Alice to support The 1975 on US tour

The Japanese House will also join the tour, taking place after Coachella.

Wolf Alice have been announced as support for The 1975’s massive US tour this spring.

The Japanese House is also set to join the run, which takes place after this year’s Coachella.

Wolf Alice will join the tour six dates along in Portland on 26th April, and the tour runs until 25th May in Minneapolis.

The 1975 are set to release their second album ‘I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It’ on 26th February, and will play a huge run of UK shows in March, including five (yep) nights at Brixton Academy.

View the full itinerary for The 1975’s US tour below.

APRIL

18 Los Angeles, Shrine Expo Hall
19 Los Angeles, Shrine Expo Hall
21 Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara Bowl
22 Berkeley, Greek Theatre
23 Las Vegas, The Cosmopolitan
24 Portland, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall*
27 Vancouver, Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre*
28 Seattle, Wamu Theatre*

MAY

02 Denver, Red Rocks Amphitheatre*
03 Kansas City, Starlight Theatre*
04 Tulsa, BOK Center*
05 Austin, Austin360 Amphitheatre*
07 Houston, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion*
08 New Orleans, Bold Sphere Music at Champions Square*
10 St. Augustine, St. Augustine Amphitheatre*
11 - Miami, Bayfront Park Amphitheatre*
15 Philadelphia, The Mann Center*
17 Brooklyn, Barclays Center*
18 Lowell, Tsongas Center at UMass*
20 Toronto, TD Echo Beach*
21 Rochester Hills, Meadow Brook Amphitheatre*
22 Columbus, Express LIVE*
24 Milwaukee, Eagles Ballroom*
25 Minneapolis, Roy Wilkins Auditorium*

*with Wolf Alice
The Japanese House on all dates

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