The 1975 will play a small concert in Manchester next year

The 1975 have announced a mini gig at the Gorilla in Manchester for February 2023.

Matty Healy shared the news on Instagram: “Hi everyone we are playing Manchester on February 1st at Gorilla. All proceeds will go to War Child so try to get tickets.”

Healy also confirmed that the show will have an audience of around 550, although further ticket details have not yet been announced.

The venue told fans to “follow us/set alerts/stay tuned for more information” about the show.

The venue has also tweeted to warn people about fake ticket sales. “We know people are trying their luck and promoting The 1975 tickets for sale,” they wrote on Twitter. “This is false information. No tickets of any kind have been put on sale.

“Don’t buy tickets anywhere for any show unless we advertise them directly.”

In September, The 1975 announced dates for their upcoming UK and Ireland tour, which was recently confirmed as an opening act for Scottish singer-songwriter Bonnie Kemplay – who the band had previously covered on BBC Radio 1’s “Introducing” show.

The British and Irish leg of the “At Their Very Best” tour will begin on 8 January 2023 in Brighton and will run until 30 January in Belfast. Tickets can be purchased here.

The band is currently on tour in the United States. The show earned five stars from New York’s NME and was described as “an unforgettable and cathartic night at Madison Square Garden.”

In October the band returned with their fifth album ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’, which NME described in a four-star review as “the best return” of Matty Healy and company.

He continued: “After an experimental phase, the band’s fifth album is concise, very self-aware, and contains a repertoire of their biggest pop hits of recent years.”

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