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Arctic Monkeys Tour of UK 2023: Tour Dates And Ticket Prices

Arctic Monkeys Tour of UK 2023

Sheffield example of overcoming adversity Brit-musical crew Arctic Monkeys are leaving on a UK visit one year from now, covering 11 areas in two months or less.

Arctic Monkeys stirred things up with their most memorable collection in 2006, Anything Individuals Say I'm, That I'm Not, which immediately turned into the quickest selling debut collection of all time.

Today, the band are getting ready for the arrival of their seventh studio collection, The Vehicle. It's expected to be delivered on Friday, October 21, however you can stand by listening to the introduction single, There Would do well to Be a Mirrorball, presently.

The bank will be joined by unique visitors The Hives and The Mysterines on visit.


·         Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol, May 29, 2023

·         Building Society Arena, Coventry, May 31, 2023

·         Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester, June 2, 2023

·         Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough, June 5, 2023

·         Carrow Road Stadium, Norwich, June 7, 2023

·         Hillsborough Park, Sheffield, June 9, 2023

·         Hillsborough Park, Sheffield, June 10, 2023

· Stadium, Swansea, June 12, 2023

·         Ageas Bowl, Southampton, June 14, 2023

·         Emirates Stadium, London, June 16, 2023

·         Emirates Stadium, London, June 17, 2023

·         Marlay Park, Dublin, June 20, 2023

·         Bellahouston Park, Glasgow, June 25, 2023


Ticket deals will be restricted to four for every individual, with five levels of tickets. There's no word yet on how much the tickets will be, yet open standing is probably going to be the least expensive level.

Tickets will be availabale on Ticketmaster



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