Arctic Monkeys Cancel Dublin Show


Arctic Monkeys have cancelled their upcoming show at Dublin’s Marlay Park.

The band were due to perform at the venue tomorrow (June 20). However, they have been forced to cancel the show after they revealed that their frontman Alex Turner is suffering from “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”. 

“Alex and the band apologise for the huge disappointment this will inevitably cause all their Irish fan”, they added. “Full refunds will be credited back to the ticket purchaser’s account by Ticketmaster within the next six working days”.

Along with Marlay Park, Arctic Monkeys have been also scheduled to perform at Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park on June 30.

They are also due to headline this year’s Glastonbury Festival, which begins this Friday (23 June).

Arctic Monkeys Tour 

Arctic Monkeys confirmed plans for this show as part of their UK and European Tour last year. This tour was also supporting the band’s latest album ‘The Car’. 

“Arctic Monkeys announce their 2023 UK & Ireland Tour with special guests @TheHives @TheMysterines. Tickets go on sale 30 Sept at 9am. Fan pre-sale begins on 29 Sept at 9am. Pre-order ‘The Car’ from the bands webstore to get access”, the band tweeted at the time. 

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