The 1975 sells out Madison Square Garden

By Julia Mancini •June 3, 2017 • 6:07 A.m.

Four boys who formed an indie band in Manchester, England fifteen years ago never imagined they would one day sell out Madison Square Garden. The 1975 has truly achieved rockstar status. Around 20,000 people filled the stadium to see the band on the last leg of their world tour.

The band has managed to maintain their intimate venue stage presence despite their ever-growing fan base. After a 10 minute build up of the haunting intro to their album, a song that shares a name with the band, Matty Healy, George Daniel, Adam Hann and Ross MacDonald entered the stage dressed in their typical suits and ties.