How much are Arctic Monkeys tickets? 2023 tour details

Everything you need to know about the Artic Monkeys 2023 UK and Ireland tour

Alex Turner of Arctic Monkeys performing on stage at Reading Festival
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Ahead of their seventh studio album, The Car, Arctic Moneys have announced a huge UK and Ireland tour for 2023. But how much are tickets and how can you get your hands on them?

Summer 2022 was a great year for music, with Harry Styles' Love on Tour proving to be a huge success, and a wealth of festivals such as BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend returning in their full glory post pandemic.

And 2023 is already shaping up to be another great year for music lovers, with Mr Styles' tour returning and Taylor Swift announcing UK tour dates. Now there's another big event to look forward to, after the Arctic Monkeys announced a much-anticipated UK and Ireland tour - alongside the news that they're headlining Glastonbury. Here's everything you need to know about securing tickets.

How much are Arctic Monkeys tickets?

Although not all venues have confirmed ticket prices, Manchester's Emirates Old Trafford has revealed that ticket prices for the venue will range from £72.50 up to £175. This does not include any handling or booking fees.

General admission/pitch standing tickets are priced at £72.50 for general admission, and from £72.50-£90 for seated tickets. VIP tickets are priced at £175 per person.

There are different ticket package options available, as well as hospitality packages ranging from £199 per person to £349 per person. These offer varying perks such as complimentary drinks, food, and private viewing suites.

When do Arctic Monkeys tickets go on sale?

Presale tickets became available at 9am on Thursday 29 September, while general sale tickets will go on sale on Friday 30 September at 9am.

There are only a limited number of presale tickets on sale and these are only available to fans who have pre-ordered Arctic Monkeys' new album The Car. Upon ordering, fans were then given a unique code to allow them access to the presale.

General admission tickets are expected to sell out fast on the Friday morning, and these can be purchased via both See Tickets and Ticketmaster.

For those who miss out when tickets are first released, you may be able to secure yourself a place on the tour last minute if you check Twickets, the official resale partner.

Arctic Monkeys 2023 tour dates

  • 29 May - Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol
  • 31 May - Building Society Arena, Coventry
  • 02 June - Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
  • 05 June - Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough
  • 07 June - Carrow Road Stadium, Norwich
  • 09 June - Hillsborough Park, Sheffield
  • 10 June - Hillsborough Park, Sheffield
  • 12 June - Stadium, Swansea
  • 14 June - The Ageas Bowl, Southampton
  • 16 June - Emirates Stadium, London
  • 17 June - Emirates Stadium, London
  • 20 June - Malahide Castle, Dublin
  • 25 June - Bellahouston Park, Glasgow

Who is supporting Arctic Monkeys 2023?

The Hives and The Mysterines have been confirmed as supporting acts for the Arctic Monkeys' 2023 tour. The Hives will be playing on all the tour dates, while The Mysterines will play every date except 20 June, in Dublin.

The Hives are a Swedish rock band that had their big break back in 2000 with the release of their album Veni Vidi Vicious - which Rolling Stone named one of the Top 100 Albums of the Decade - and fans will probably know them best for their tracks Hate to Say I Told You So and Tick Tick Boom.

The Mysterines are newer to the music scene, and are a Liverpool-based rock band. Their new album, Reeling, was released in 2022 and reached number nine in the charts.

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