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Arctic Monkeys announce huge 2023 UK and Ireland stadium tour: how to get tickets
- Tamara McWilliam
- 23 September 2022
The rock legends will headline stadiums in Bristol, Coventry, Manchester and more next summer
British rock group Arctic Monkeys have announced dates for their 2023 UK and Ireland Tour. Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 30 September.
The UK trek will kick off after a string of dates in Australia earlier in the year, with the first gig taking place at Ashton Gate in Bristol on Monday 29 May. The 'Do I Wanna Know?' performers will then call at stadiums in Coventry, Manchester, Middlesbrough and Norwich.
On Friday 9 June they'll head to Hillsborough Park in Sheffield for two consecutive shows before headlining the Swansea.com Stadium on Monday 12 June.
Between Wednesday 14 June and Sunday 15 June, they'll perform huge shows in Southampton, London, Dublin and Glasgow. Support for the tour will come from bands The Hives and The Mysterines.
The announcement comes after the group revealed details of their upcoming album The Car which is set for release on Friday 21 October. They dropped the first single from the new record 'There'd Better Be A Mirrorball' last month.
Listen to latest single 'There Better Be A Mirrorball'
Arctic Monkeys 2023 UK tour dates:
Monday 29 May – Ashton Gate, Bristol
Wednesday 31 May – Coventry Building Society Arena
Friday 2 June – Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
Monday 5 June – Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough
Wednesday 7 June – Carrow Road, Norwich
Friday 9 June – Hillsborough Park, Sheffield
Saturday 10 June – Hillsborough Park, Sheffield
Monday 12 June – Swansea.com Stadium, Swansea
Wednesday 14 June – Ageas Bowl, Southampton
Friday 16 June – Emirates Stadium, London
Saturday 17 June – Emirates Stadium, London
Tuesday 20 June – Marlay Park, Dublin
Sunday 25 June – Bellahouston Park, Glasgow
Tickets for Arctic Monkeys go on sale at 9am on Friday 30 September.