Arctic Monkeys unveil September tour dates!

Hopefully this will help kick those Monday blues!

After finally releasing details on their new album, Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino coming out this May, AM have finally released dates to take the new album on tour playing stadiums around the UK from their hometown in Sheffield to two nights in Manchester and London.

Arctic Monkeys tour dates:

Thursday 6 September – Manchester Arena

Friday 7 September – Manchester Arena

Sunday 9 September – The O2 Arena – London

Monday 10 September – The O2 Arena – London

Saturday 15 September – Birmingham Arena

Tuesday 18 September – FlyDSA Arena – Sheffield

Wednesday 19 September – FlyDSA Arena – Sheffield

Monday 24 September – 3Arena – Dublin

Thursday 27 September – Metro Radio Arena – Newcastle

Support for the shows will come from New York’s own The Lemon Twigs and tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday the 13th of April! Make sure you get on that one early as tickets will undoubtedly sell out FAST!

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Arctic Monkeys finally announce details on new album!


This is not a drill! We finally have details on Arctic Monkey’s latest album.

It’s time that many fans have been waiting for, the Arctic Monkeys are back with their first album in five years and it’s called ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’ and it will be available on May 11th.

The LP comes with a gatefold sleeve, lyric and photo booklet and exclusively to the AM Store on silver vinyl and there will also be a clear indies only version available. It will also be available on standard CD, vinyl and digitally. You can pre-order the album here.

The track listings have also been announced which are as follows:

  1. Star Treatment
  2. One Point Perspective
  3. American Sports
  4. Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino
  5. Golden Trunks
  6. Four Out of Five
  7. The World’s First Ever Monster Truck Front Flip
  8. Science Fiction
  9. She Looks Like Fun
  10. Batphone
  11. The Ultracheese

We can only expect more news to be coming from the AM camp soon with news potentially about UK shows after confirming a series of European appearances at various festivals over the summer.