The Arctic Monkeys return to Glastonbury after 10 years


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The Glastonbury Festival is a musical event that takes place every year in June in Pilton, a town in Somerset in England a few kilometers from Glastonbury. The event lasts three days and also features famous singers and bands from all over the world, including the Arctic Monkeys who will return to the stage after ten years.

The details of the return of the Arctic Monkeys

The group has signed the deal for the return to the Glastonbury festival. As you know, in the area hosting the event there are several stages to host more contemporary performances and the Arctic Monkeys will perform in the Pyramid Stage. The band is expected to have a long tour starting in November and then resuming next summer, but they still managed to find a date that would allow them to attend the Glastonbury festival. For the Arctic Monkeys it will be their third time in Somerset, after appearances in 2003 and 2013, a perfect average of one performance every ten years with the one that will take place in 2023.

The next events of the Arctic Monkeys

The group is formed by the guitarist Jamie Cookby the bassist Nick O’Malley and the drummer Matt Helders. On Friday 23 September they officially announced the new tour, where they will stage their seventh album The Car, available starting Friday 21 October. Below, we remember all their concerts:

  • Friday 4 November 2022 – Jeunesse Arena, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
  • Saturday 5 November 2022 – Primavera Sound, Sao Paulo (Brazil)
  • Tuesday, November 8, 2022 – Pedreira Paulo Leminski, Curitiba (Brazil)
  • Thursday 10 November 2022 – Kilk Fest, Asuncion (Paraguay)
  • Saturday 12 November 2022 – Primavera Sound, Santiago (Chile)
  • Sunday 13 November 2022 – Primavera Sound, Buenos Aires (Argentina)
  • Tuesday 15 November 2022 – Arena 1, Lima (Peru)
  • Thursday 17 November 2022 – Coliseo Live, Bogotà (Colombia)
  • Friday 18 November 2022 – Corona Capital Festival, Mexico City (Mexico)
  • Saturday 19 November 2022 – Corona Capital Festival, Mexico City (Mexico)
  • Sunday 20 November 2022 – Corona Capital Festival, Mexico City (Mexico)
  • Wednesday 28 December 2022 – Lost Paradise, Glenworth Valley (Australia)
  • Thursday 29 December 2022 – Falls Festival, Birregurra (Australia)
  • Saturday 31 December 2022 – Falls Festival, Bryan Bay (Australia)
  • Wednesday 4 January 2023 – Sydney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne (Australia)
  • Thursday 5 January 2023 – Sydney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne (Australia)
  • Friday 6 January 2023 – Heaps Good Festival, Adelaide (Australia)
  • Saturday 7 January 2023 – Falls Festival, Downtown Fremantle (Australia)
  • Sunday 8 January 2023 – Falls Festival, Downtown Fremantle (Australia)
  • Wednesday 11 January 2023 – Riverstage, Brisbane (Australia)
  • Saturday 14 January 2023 – The Domain, Sydney (Australia)
  • Monday 29 May 2023 – Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol (UK)
  • Wednesday 31 May 2023 – Building Society Arena, Coventry (UK)
  • Friday 2 June 2023 – Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester (UK)
  • Monday 5th June 2023 – Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough (UK)
  • Wednesday 7 June 2023 – Carrow Road Stadium, Norwich (UK)
  • Friday 9 June 2023 – Hillsborough Park, Sheffield (UK)
  • Saturday 10 June 2023 – Hillsborough Park, Sheffield (UK)
  • Monday 12 June 2023 – Swansea.com Stadium, Swansea (UK)
  • Wednesday 14 June 2023 – The Ageas Bowl, Southampton (UK)
  • Friday 16 June 2023 – Emirates Stadium, London (UK)
  • Saturday 17 June 2023 – Emirates Stadium, London (UK)
  • Tuesday 20 June 2023 – Marlay Park, Dublin (Ireland)
  • Sunday 25 June 2023 – Bellahouston Park, Glasgow (Scotland)



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