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Music / September 23, 2022

Arctic Monkeys announce Marlay Park Headliner

Arctic Monkeys, Photo credit: Zackery Michael
Music / September 23, 2022

Arctic Monkeys announce Marlay Park Headliner

Words: Dylan Murphy

Earlier this month, Arctic Monkeys revealed their forthcoming album The Car would land in October. Now, they’ve shared news of their next Dublin headliner.

Announcement season is well underway. Arctic Monkeys have revealed they are playing Marlay Park on 20 June 2023 as part of their biggest Irish and UK tour to date. It comes after the Sheffield outfit announced their next album The Car and revealed the video for ‘There’d Better Be A Mirrorball’.

Tickets for the shows go on sale at 09.00 on Friday 30 September, with a fan pre-sale beginning at 09.00 the day before. Those who pre-order The Car from the band’s official webstore before 15.00 on Wednesday 28 September will get access to the fan pre-sale. 

Dates are as follows:


29        Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol

31        Building Society Arena, Coventry


2          Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester

5          Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough

7          Carrow Road Stadium, Norwich

9          Hillsborough Park, Sheffield

10        Hillsborough Park, Sheffield

12        Swansea.com Stadium, Swansea

14        The Ageas Bowl, Southampton

16        Emirates Stadium, London

17        Emirates Stadium, London

20        Marlay Park, Dublin

25        Bellahouston Park, Glasgow

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