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Arctic Monkeys September Arena Tour

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Arctic Monkeys have announced that they will be hitting the road on tour in September 2018 with a line-up of huge arena dates in the UK & Ireland.

The Sheffield indie rockers finally dropped the news after sharing details of their forthcoming album ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’, their first new music in five years and due out for release on 11 May 2018.

‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’ will be the follow-up to their 2013 ‘AM’ record and include 11 tracks. The album is also rumoured to feature an impressive list of star-studded collaborations.

Their 2006 debut ‘Whatever People Say I Am, That’s Not What I Am’ topped the UK charts and became the UK’s fastest-selling debut as well as one of Rolling Stone’s top 30 albums of all time.

Fans have been waiting in anticipation for a tour update after the band announced a run of international shows and a headline spot at Glasgow’s TRNSMT Festival this summer. Arctic Monkeys will head to Manchester, London, Birmingham, Sheffield, Newcastle and Dublin as part of their 2018 September arena tour, with support from The Lemon Twigs.

Read on for all the details you’ll need to snap up a pair of tickets to see Arctic Monkeys live on stage later this year!

Manchester Arena, 06 Sept
Manchester Arena, 07
London The O2, 09
London The O2, 10
London The O2, 12 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
London The O2, 13 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Birmingham Arena, 15
Birmingham Arena, 16 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Sheffield FlyDSA Arena, 18
Sheffield FlyDSA Arena, 19
Sheffield FlyDSA Arena, 21 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Sheffield FlyDSA Arena, 22 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Dublin 3Arena, 24
Dublin 3Arena, 25 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena, 27
Newcaslte Metro Radio Arena, 28 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***

Tickets on sale Friday (13 April) at 9am from Eventim AXS Ticketmaster The Ticket Factory See Tickets

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