Arctic Monkeys’ comeback tour is gathering pace. A while back, the band announced a whole host of European festival performances in a single morning (thanks, lads), and they’ve now added to the list with some US headline shows.
The band will begin their tour, their first since the cycle for 2013’s ‘AM’, with a show at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles on 5th May.
Gigs in New York, Washington DC, Toronto and more follow, before the band take to a number of European headline shows, and a host of festivals.
View the band’s full 2018 itinerary so far.
05 Los Angeles, Hollywood Forever Cemetery
22 Berlin, Columbiahalle
23 Berlin, Columbiahalle
27 Rome, Cavea
29 Paris, Le Zenith
30 Paris, Le Zenith
02 Barcelona, Primavera Sound
04 Milan, Mediolanum Forum
08 Hilvarenbeek, Best Kept Secret Festival
14-17 Dover, Delaware @ Firefly Festival
16 Raleigh, Red Hat Amphitheater
18 Nashville, Ascend Amphitheater
19 Atlanta, Coca Cola Roxy Theatre
22-24 Germany, Southside Festival
22-24 Germany, Hurricane Festival
26 Dusseldorf, Mitsubishi Electric Halle
27 Copenhagen, Royal Arena
01 Glasgow, TRNSMT Festival
04 Gdynia, Open’er Festival
06 Athens, Rockwave Festival
08 Werchter, Rock Werchter
12 Lisbon, NOS Alive Festival
13 Madrid, Mad Cool Festival
24 New York, Forest Hills Stadium
27 Boston, TD Garden
28 Washington, The Anthem
31 Pittsburgh, Petersen Events Center
01 Detroit, Masonic Temple Theatre
05 Toronto, Air Canada Centre
08 Oslo, Øya Festival
09-11 Gothenburg, Way Out West Festival
11 Helsinki, Flow Festival
14 Budapest, Sziget Festival
Photo: Carolina Faruolo / DIY
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