Arctic Monkeys announce UK tour including London Emirates Stadium gig: How to get tickets, presale details

The band who brought you ‘R U Mine’ are heading to London next year
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World famous rock band Arctic Monkeys have announced fresh new dates, as they’re set to embark on a stadium tour in the UK and Ireland.

The announcement comes just a month before they’re highly anticipated album ‘The Car’ is set to be released on 21 October 2022.

It will be the band’s seventh studio album, and there’s a stadium tour to accompany it.

With demand for the tour set to be unprecedented, here’s where they’re playing, and how to get tickets.

When are Arctic Monkeys performing in London?

The rockers have two shows pencilled in for London. They will be performing at the home of Arsenal, Emirates Stadium on 16 and 17 June 2023.

The stadium holds capacity for around 60,000 in what is expected to be two sell out shows.

How to get tickets to Arctic Monkeys London shows

Tickets are not yet on sale. They go on general sale on Friday, 30 September at 9am and can be purchased from SeeTickets.

A fan-presale will begin on Thursday, 29 September at 9am.

Where are Arctic Monkeys performing?

  • 29 May 2023: Bristol, Ashton Gate
  • 31 May 2023: Coventry, Building Society Arena
  • 2 June 2023: Manchester, Emirates Old Trafford
  • 5 June 2023: Middlesbrough, Riverside Stadium
  • 7 June 2023: Norwich, Carrow Road
  • 9, 10 June 2023: Sheffield, Hillsborough Park
  • 12 June 2023: Swansea, Stadium
  • 14 June 2023: Southampton, The Ageas Bowl
  • 16, 17 June 2023: London, Emirates Stadium
  • 20 June 2023: Dublin, Marlay Park
  • 25 June 2023: Glasgow, Bellahouston Park

Who are the support acts?

Supporting the band on their UK and Ireland stadium tour will be The Hives and The Mysterines.

The Hives are a Swedish rock band that rose to prominence in the early 2000s and The Mysterines are alternative/indie band who released their debut album, ‘Reeling’ on 11 March 2022.

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