Arctic Monkeys have announced a series of concerts in Ireland for 2023 – all the details can be found below.
The Sheffield band will play three headline concerts at Dublin’s 3Arena on October 15, 17 and 19. In addition, they will take the stage in the SSE Arena in Belfast on October 16.
Miles Kane will appear as a “special guest” opening act on each of the new dates, which will conclude AM ‘The Car’ world tour.
The Monkees were forced to cancel a concert at Marley Park in Dublin earlier this summer after frontman Alex Turner came down with acute laryngitis.
According to a press release, those who have already purchased tickets for the original date will be sent an exclusive access code and will be given priority access to advance sales for 72 hours, starting at 9:00 BST this Friday (January 25). . August).
All remaining tickets go on sale at 9am BST next Tuesday (August 29) – you can buy yours here. Check out the full list of dates on the official poster above.
Turner and company went on a huge UK arena tour this year. The tour included two concerts at Sheffield’s Hillsborough Park and three performances at London’s Emirates Stadium.
The group also head to Europe as part of their ongoing world tour, with the North American leg set to begin this Friday (August 25).
In June, the Arctic Monkeys headlined the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury Festival for the third time. In a four-star review, NME described the concert as “mercurial, magical, from a band in top form”.