- 19 Jun 23
There has been no mention of another Ireland show for the band. Fans can expect a full refund within the next six working days.
Arctic Monkeys have had to cancel their sold out Dublin show this Tuesday. The band announced to fans that the gig will not be going ahead via the band's twitter account. The gig was due to take place in Marlay Park on Tuesday June 20.
In the statement issued at 3:11PM on Monday, the band apologised to fans. The statement says that the band's frontman and lead singer Alex Turner is suffering from acute laryngitis, and will be unable to perform.
Turner, following medical advice, has been urged to rest, and shared the disappointment of his Irish fans in not being able to perform.
— Arctic Monkeys (@ArcticMonkeys) June 19, 2023
Full refunds will be issued to those who purchased tickets. Fans can expect refunds to their ticketmaster accounts within the next six working days. There has been no suggestion the gig will be postponed, and the band has not yet mentioned returning to Ireland for another show.
Arctic Monkeys were visiting Dublin as part of their The Car tour, which has previously seen them play several shows across the U.K. in the last month. They are still scheduled to play at Glastonbury Festival this Friday June 23.
The band last played in Ireland when they headlined last year's Electric Picnic festival.