Arctic Monkeys To Close World Tour In Dublin, Belfast

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Arctic Monkeys will close their current world tour in Dublin and Belfast.

The band were due to play Dublin earlier this year, before issues with Alex Turner’s health forced the show’s cancellation – with their Glastonbury headline slot a matter of days later, the Sheffield legends opted for caution.

Promising to return to Ireland, Arctic Monkeys are as good as their word. Indeed, the re-arranged shows represent the final dates of their ongoing world tour.

A very special opportunity for fans, Sheffield’s own frozen simians hit Dublin’s 3Arena on October 15th. Arctic Monkeys then perform at Belfast’s SSE Arena on October 16th, before returning South for two final shows.

Playing Dublin’s 3Arena on October 18th and 19th, the shows will be the final leg of their current world tour.

Support on all dates comes from Miles Kane.

Arctic Monkeys headlining Reading - Ben McQuaide-17

Previous ticket holders will be sent a unique access code and will be given 72-hour priority pre-sale access starting at 9am on Friday (August 25th) to purchase tickets. Only the same number of tickets, or less, purchased previously for Marlay Park will be available to purchase for these new dates. 

All remaining tickets will be made available for sale at 9am on Tuesday (August 29th). 

Clash writer Narzra Ahmed could Arctic Monkeys in London at Emirates Stadium, writing:

“Here’s a band who have years of experience and have finessed what they do so much so that, at this point, they’re basically just showing off and it’s almost annoying how good they are.”

Related: Five Songs Arctic Monkeys Don’t Play Live (And Probably Should)

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