Arctic Monkeys Announce 2018 Festival Dates

First concerts for the band since 2014
Barrett Rouen

by Barrett Rouen

Published January 30, 2018

Arctic Monkeys have set 15 festival dates for this summer.

The band has not played any concerts since 2014.   In the time since their last tour, lead singer Alex Turner recorded an album with The Last Shadow Puppets, Everything You've Come to Expect, and the band's drummer, Matt Helders, featured on Iggy Pop's Post Pop Depression — both released in 2016 in conjunction with tours of their own.  

In addition to the festival dates, a new album is expected from the Arctic Monkeys this year, which will be their first since 2013's AM.  They have been working on it, and bass player Nick O’Malley told For The Ride magazine that if it isn't out in 2018, "we've got problems."  Yesterday the Monkeys posted the news to their social media accounts with graphics which you can see in the image above.

All dates are currently scheduled in Europe with the exception of one North American date at the Firefly Festival in Delaware.  Stay tuned, as we will be updating this page if and when more information is available.

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When do the Arctic Monkeys 2018 tickets go on sale?

Tickets are currently on sale.

Stay tuned, as we will be updating this page as we get more information.  Check the links above for more info and direct ticket sales.

We recommend signing up for the Arctic Monkeys newsletter on their website for the latest news, in addition to following them on social media. 

For more music, news, and tour information, check out Arctic Monkeys Zumic artist page.

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