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The 1975 are coming to Tampa this fall

Matty Healy, recently in headlines for controversial comments and dating Taylor Swift, is bringing his band to Amalie Arena.
 
Tour artwork for The 1975's upcoming "Still...at their very best" North America tour, which lands at Tampa's Amalie Arena on Oct. 18.
Tour artwork for The 1975's upcoming "Still...at their very best" North America tour, which lands at Tampa's Amalie Arena on Oct. 18. [ Courtesy of the 1975 ]
Published June 13, 2023|Updated June 14, 2023

After their singer spent months occupying tabloid headlines, The 1975 have announced their biggest North America tour yet — including a Tampa concert.

The band’s “Still...at their very best” tour will stop at Amalie Arena at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18.

The concert will mark one year since The 1975′s fifth studio album, “Being Funny in a Foreign Language,” was released. But in the past few months, the band has made headlines for another reason: singer Matty Healy’s relationship with superstar Taylor Swift.

Healy hasn’t just been in the spotlight for his love life. A number of Swift fans noted concern about Healy’s past controversial comments, from mocking rapper Ice Spice to inappropriate comments about women of color. Some outlets are speculating that Healy’s problematic behavior may be the reason for his recent breakup.

Ticket information for The 1975

Exclusive Fan presale tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 21. Sign up through the band’s website, the1975.com/tour, for access. Ticketmaster.com sales begin for the general public at 10 a.m. Friday, June 23.

Prices range from $39 to $99 before fees and service charges. Parking passes can be purchased at ParkWhiz.com.