- 30 Aug 23
The band is scheduled to play a string of Irish dates this fall, in Dublin and Belfast.
Enduring English rockers Arctic Monkeys are returning to Ireland this fall to mark the end of their World Tour, and only a limited number of tickets are still available.
Playing arenas in Dublin and Belfast, only the 17th October date at Dublin's 3Arena still has tickets available. The other three Irish shows are already sold out: the 15th and 19th October dates at 3Arena and the 16th October show at Belfast's SSE Arena.
The shows will feature special guest Miles Kane, the English singer and member of The Last Shadow Puppets. He co-fronts the band with Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner, the two reuniting for the Arctic Monkeys World Tour.
Arctic Monkeys will be returning to Dublin & Belfast in October 2023 for a series of arena dates to mark the end of their World Tour. The band are pleased to announce @MilesKaneMusic as Special Guest. These dates follow the cancellation of the band’s summer show at Dublin’s… pic.twitter.com/lZRY1dwnKI
— Arctic Monkeys (@ArcticMonkeys) August 22, 2023
Originally Arctic Monkeys were scheduled to play at Marlay Park in June but had to reschedule when frontman Alex Turner contracted acute laryngitis. The next week they made a return to headline the UK-based festival Glastonbury, and last week announced the rescheduled Irish dates.
They are currently a week into a 30-day North American tour in support of their seventh album The Car, which was released last year. You can read Hot Press' review of the record here.