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SPONSORED: Everything you need to know about The 1975 P&J Live show in Aberdeen

Matthew Healy, Ross MacDonald, George Daniel and Adam Hann of The 1975.
Matthew Healy, Ross MacDonald, George Daniel and Adam Hann of The 1975.

English pop rock band The 1975 will play Aberdeen’s P&J Live next weekend.

The 1975 formed in 2002 and its members include Matt Healy, Adam Hann, Ross MacDonald and George Daniel.

Following the release of the group’s first EP Facedown in 2012, the band attracted a huge following, before releasing their self-titled debut album in 2013.

The band’s second album I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It, was released in 2016 and topped the charts in the UK and US. They later released a third album Music for Cars.

Both albums featured a string of hits including The Sound, Somebody Else, Love me, Give Yourself a Try, Love It If We Made It and TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME.

For those heading along to the gig, here’s everything you need to know about how to get there and how to get home safely.

To buy tickets, click here.


What time do doors open?
Doors open at 6pm.

What time will The 1975 perform?
The show is scheduled to start at 7.30pm.

What time will the show finish?
The show should finish around 10.30pm.

What songs can we expect to hear?

  • Me & You Together Song
  • It’s Not Living (If It’s Not With You)
  • Somebody Else
  • Love It If We Made It
  • Robbers
  • The Sound
  • You
  • Who is the support act?
  • Beabadoobee

Are there any health and safety aspects I should be aware of?
Please note that strobe lighting is used during the show.

Where can I park my car?
There are 2,200 parking spaces onsite but these can quickly become full. P&J Live strongly recommends using public transport.

There are weekend lane closures on the A96 Auchmill Road and Haudagain Roundabout. Please allow extra time when coming to the venue from the city centre this weekend. Where possible P&J Live recommend taking public transport to the venue.

Lane closures will be in place on the A96 Auchmill Road in both directions at the Haudagain Roundabout for four consecutive weekends from Friday February 21 to allow for preparation work to construct the new A92/A96 Haudagain Improvement link road junction.

Work will start at 7pm on Friday evenings and finish at 7am on Monday mornings, with continuous 24-hour working during these periods.

How can I get to P&J Live by bus?
Stagecoach and First standard services will run through the event complex daily, please check their websites for the most up to date services and times. Pricing and more details can be accessed here.

Stagecoach’s JET 727 service can also take you to the gig from Union Square serving Broad Street, Kitty Brewster, Great Northern Road and Bucksburn. Find full Jet 727 timetable here.

Stagecoach PJ1 shuttle service departs from Stance 14 at Union Square bus station from 18:00 until 19:00 and operates direct to P&J Live every 10 minutes. Buses will also be available back to the city centre after the show is finished running approximately every 5 minutes, until the event is cleared. A single ticket to/from the city centre is £2.60 or a return £3.80. Find more information here.

Are park and ride facilities available?
There will be additional services running from the surrounding Park & Ride facilities.

PJ2 from Stonehaven, bus leaves at 17:30 and returns 30 minutes after the event. £8 to book, bus must be pre-booked.

PJ3 will leave from Kingswells Park & Ride every 30 minutes from 18:00 and returns every 15 minutes after the event. £2 for return, please pay on bus.

PJ4 from Craibstone Park & Ride every 15 minutes from 18:00 and returns every 15 minutes after the event. £2 for return, please pay on bus.

PJ5 from Inverurie Town Sq., bus leaves at 17:30 and returns 30 minutes after the event. £5 to book, bus must be pre-booked.

PJ6 from Ellon Park and Ride, bus leaves at 17:30 and returns 30 minutes after the event. £8 to book, bus must be pre-booked.

For further info, and booking the PJ2, PJ5 and PJ6 buses please click here.

A drop-off and pick-up point is also situated beside the taxi rank, Sub-T (underground) car park and next to the Hilton hotel please follow signage. Maximum stay is 30 minutes.

What about by taxi?
There is a taxi pick-up and drop-off point located on the P&J Live site, as well as a dedicated taxi rank in operation during major events.

And drop off and pick up?
A drop-off and pick-up point is situated beside the taxi rank, Sub-T (underground) car park and next to the Hilton hotel please follow signage. Maximum stay is 30 minutes.

For more information, click here.


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