Award-winning band The 1975 will be taking over London's O2 Arena for two special nights.

The 1975 will be bringing their 'Still... At Their Very Best' tour covering their biggest hits and latest music.

According to the O2, the band's recent tour has been praised by many: "Between the impressive staging, high concept performance art and surprise appearances from friends, the tour has been lauded as a band truly in their prime; a claim backed up by the plethora of five-star reviews from critics. "

With thousands of fans expected to head to the O2 Arena, they should check some key information from door times, seating plans and if you can still get tickets. 

When is The 1975 at London's O2 Arena? 

The 1975 will be taking over the O2 for four nights in February, on Monday 12, Tuesday 13, Wednesday 14 and Tuesday 20.

What time do doors open for The 1975 at London's O2 Arena?

If you are heading to The 1975 and you want to get there for when doors open, you'll want to head down at 6.30pm for all shows.

It is also important to know that timings are subject to change.

What is the seating plan for The 1975 at London's O2 Arena?

If you're curious as to what your view will be for The 1975 at the O2, you can find out. 

The website gives you a picture or graphic view from your exact location.

See your view via the website

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Who is the support act for The 1975 at London's O2 Arena?

The 1975 will be supported by a special guest The Japanese House best known for their hits 'Saw You In a Dream', 'Cool Blue', 'Sunshine Baby' and 'Lilo'.

Can you still get tickets to The 1975 at London's O2 Arena?

Tickets for the band were in high demand and have since sold out.