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Arctic Monkeys Tickets

Arctic Monkeys Tickets

Arctic Monkeys Concert Tickets

Get the full alternative rock experience when you secure your Arctic Monkeys tickets today with TicketSmarter. The first two singles by Sheffield band Arctic Monkeys, 'I Bet You Look Good On the Dancefloor' and 'When the Sun Goes Down' both shot straight to number one in the UK with 'Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not' becoming the UK's fastest-selling debut album. Mixing the spiky garage rock of The Strokes with engaging storytelling, the record was instantly hailed a classic, winning the 2006 Mercury Prize.

Their second album 'Favourite Worst Nightmare' (2007) showed a heavier, meatier side, opening with the thundering force of 'Brianstorm' before dipping into the drama of 'Fluorescent Adolescent'. Headlining Glastonbury in 2007 they paid tribute to Shirley Bassey by covering 'Diamonds Are Forever' before announcing a hiatus. During this time off, frontman Alex Turner worked on his side-project The Last Shadow Puppets with Miles Kane of The Rascals, James Ford of Simian and Zach Dawes of Mini Mansions.

Arctic Monkeys returned to the studio to record their third album 'Humbug' in 2009 at producer Josh Homme's fabled Rancho De La Luna studios in Joshua Tree, California. The album went to number one in the UK Albums Chart as well as the Billboard Independent Albums Chart. They followed this up with a world tour plus several UK festival headline spots. 'Suck It and See', their fourth record, was released in 2011, preceded by its lead single 'Don't Sit Down 'Cause I've Moved Your Chair' which charted at number four on the UK Indie Charts. The album made it to number one and they embarked on another world tour. They revealed their next single 'R U Mine?' in 2012 on their YouTube channel, but the track only managed a number 23 spot on the charts.

They performed at the London 2012 Olympics opening ceremony with their hit 'I Bet You Look Good On the Dancefloor' along with a cover of The Beatles track 'Come Together' which charted at number 21. Their fifth album 'AM' was released in 2013 and earned them a Brit Award for Best British Album. After touring with 'AM' Turner announced that the band would take another brief hiatus to allow them to pursue other projects; Turner released his second album with The Shadow Puppets and drummer Matt Helders worked with Iggy Pop on 'Post Pop Depression'. They started work on their sixth album in 2016, eventually revealing the title, 'Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino', upon its release in 2018. Grab Arctic Monkeys tickets now so you can experience alternative music live and in person.

Arctic Monkeys Ticket Prices

You’ll find that Arctic Monkeys concert tickets vary in price from market to market. Tickets for smaller venues that sell out fast are typically more expensive due to simple supply and demand. While larger venues tend to have more availability, so ticket prices are usually a little lower. Alternative Festival tickets tend to be pricier but you have an opportunity to see Arctic Monkeys along with artists such as Pearl Jam, Green Day and the Foo Fighters.

How much are Arctic Monkeys tickets?

Generally speaking, Arctic Monkeys ticket prices cost more than $50 for most live performances. Tickets to see Arctic Monkeys play at music festivals like Lollapalooza can cost more than $100 for a standard general admission ticket. Premium seating at venues like the United Center can cost more than $275 a seat, while standard tickets for seats in the upper levels of the arena can cost less than $75 a ticket.

Arctic Monkeys concert ticket prices can range up to several hundred dollars per ticket depending on the venue and seat location. Floor seats and VIP are usually the most expensive depending on availability. And of course, the least expensive seats will be farthest from the stage.

Arctic Monkeys Tour Dates & Concert Schedule

Catch Arctic Monkeys on the road possibly at festivals such as South by Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, Texas, Desert Daze Festival at Moreno Beach, CA or at Pickathon Music Festival in Happy Valley. Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago brings together some of the biggest names in indie and alternative music. Check out the event schedule above to see when Arctic Monkeys tour dates are coming to an arena or stadium near you. 

Right now, there aren't any shows left on the Arctic Monkeys 2024 concert schedule. 

When do Arctic Monkeys tickets go on sale?

Onsale dates for Arctic Monkeys tickets vary depending on the city or region. You can stay up to date by viewing the event schedule above. There’s no need for a presale code. Typically, tickets go on sale 6-9 months in advance.

Arctic Monkeys Seating Chart

Use the interactive seat map above to select the best seats for you and your group. The filtering option allows you to narrow your search by price and location. So whether you’re looking for VIP seats at Pitchfork Music Festival or lawn seats at AFROPUNK FEST, we have the best selection available. Pitchfork has a capacity of 19,000 while Afropunk Fest has around 70,000 attendees. If you are attending SXSW, expect attendance to be around 417,000 concertgoers. Grab Arctic Monkeys tour tickets now to attend Levitate Festival along with 30,000 other fans so make sure you secure your spot today.

Songs from the Arctic Monkeys Tour Setlist

Arctic Monkeys's setlist while performing in Dublin , 07 at “3Arena” included the following songs:

  1. Who's Got the Bag
  2. Sculptures of Anything Goes
  3. Brianstorm
  4. Snap Out of It
  5. Don't Sit Down 'Cause I've Moved Your Chair
  6. Teddy Picker
  7. Crying Lightning
  8. Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino
  9. Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?
  10. Arabella
  11. Hello You
  12. The View From the Afternoon
  13. Knee Socks
  14. Pretty Visitors
  15. Fluorescent Adolescent
  16. There'd Better Be a Mirrorball
  17. 505
  18. Do I Wanna Know?
  19. Body Paint
  20. Encore
  21. Big Ideas
  22. I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor
  23. R U Mine?
  24. Perfect Sense
  25. With a Little Help From My Friends