Arctic Monkeys fans should be thrilled. The band has announced a run of arena shows in Ireland for 2023 via NME. Continue reading to get the details of the shows.
It has been noted that the Sheffield band are due to play three headline gigs at the 3Arena in Dublin on October 15, 17 and 19. In addition to this, they’ll take to the stage at the SSE Arena in Belfast on October 16.
Miles Kane is set to appear as a “special guest” support act at each of the new dates, which will bring AM’s ‘The Car’ world tour to a close. The Monkeys were forced to cancel a concert at Marlay Park in Dublin earlier this summer after frontman Alex Turner came down with acute laryngitis.
As per a press release, previous ticketholders for the original date will be sent a unique access code and given 72-hour priority pre-sale access to buy tickets, starting at 9am BST this Friday (August 25). All remaining tickets will be made available at 9am BST next Tuesday (August 29) – fans can buy tickets here.
Turner and co. ventured on a huge UK stadium tour this year. It has been noted that the stint included two homecoming shows at Hillsborough Park in Sheffield, and three performances at the Emirates Stadium in London. The group also headed to Europe as part of their current global trek, and are scheduled to begin the North American leg this Friday (August 25).