- 22 Aug 23
The band were scheduled to play a show in Marlay Park on 20 June, before it was cancelled due to frontman Alex Turner suffering from acute laryngitis
Arctic monkeys have announced a set of arena dates in Dublin and Belfast to mark the end of their World Tour.
The band will play Belfast’s SSE Arena on 16 October and Dublin’s 3 Arena on the 15,17 and 19 October 2023 following the cancellation of their cancelled show in Marlay Park this summer.
Fellow English rocker Miles Kane will be joining the group as a special guest.
Pevious ticket holders will be sent an access code and will be given 72 hour priority pre-sale starting at 9am on Friday 25 August. Only the same number of tickets, or less, purchased for Marlay Park will be available for those with the access code.
All remaining tickets will go on sale at 9am on Tuesday 29 August.
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In support of their seventh album The Car, Arctic Monkeys will kick off a 30-day tour of North America in Minneapolis on 25 August.
The band were scheduled to play a show in Marlay Park on 20 June, before it was cancelled due to frontman Alex Turner suffering from acute laryngitis. The following Friday, Arctic Monkeys played Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage as the headliners for the first night of the festival.
For more information on the upcoming Irish gigs visit mcd.ie.