Arctic Monkeys Announce Tour Finale Shows In Dublin & Belfast

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Arctic Monkeys have confirmed plans to conclude their World Tour by returning to Dublin and Belfast later this year.

The band will perform at Dublin’s 3Arena on October 15, 17 and 19, with shows either side of a live performance at Belfast’s SSE Arena on October 16.

The shows will also see singer Miles Kane support Arctic Monkeys, with tickets going on sale this time next week (August 29) at 9am.

See the tour dates below.

Arctic Monkeys, Arctic Monkeys Announce Tour Finale Shows In Dublin & Belfast

Arctic Monkeys begin the North American leg of their tour on August 25 in Minneapolis, before concluding with two shows at the Foro Sol Stadium in Mexico City on October 6 and 7.

They are supporting their album ‘The Car’.

“ordered to rest”

News of this announcement comes two months after Arctic Monkeys were forced to cancel a date at Dublin’s Marlay Park, after lead singer Alex Turner came down with “acute laryngitis”.

“We are extremely sorry to announce the cancellation of Arctic Monkeys’ show at Marlay Park in Dublin tomorrow”, Arctic Monkeys said in their statement. “Alex is suffering from acute laryngitis, and following medical advice, has been ordered to rest”. 

Following this, the band defied all odds, with Alex Turner returning to the fold, as the band rocked the Glastonbury stage, for this year’s festival.
Along with a performance of ‘Sculptures Of Anything Goes’, the band also performed tracks ‘505’, ‘Arabella’, ‘Cornerstone’, ‘There’d Better Be A Mirrorball’, ‘Why’d You Call Me When You’re High’ and more. Find out more on this from Nova here.