The 1975 Share Tour Dates, Confirm They Won’t Be Playing Glastonbury

The 1975 performs in the 2019 Pinkpop Festival, the Netherlands. Photo by Roberto Finizio/Shutterstock (10322567bd)

There’s always a lot of buzz surrounding Glastonbury performers, but The 1975 won’t be among them this time around. The British band announced the dates for their upcoming tour and it turns out that this legendary festival didn’t make the cut.

The 1975 celebrated the release of their new single “Me & You Together Song” by announcing their upcoming North American tour. They’ll kick things off with a concert in Houston on April 27th, three days after their new album Notes on a Conditional Form comes out.

The band’s frontman Matt Healy appeared on Matt Wilkinson’s Beats 1 radio show to promote the new single, and took a moment to discuss the possibility of playing at Glastonbury this year.

“No, we’re not going to headline, but Glastonbury is exciting this year. I know a lot about it.… I’ve heard amazing stories and amazing things, and I am going to go as a punter. It’s going to be wicked,” said Healy and added he wouldn’t mind getting on stage and doing a little acoustic set with Stone Temple Pilots.