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Arctic Monkeys have just released their North American Tour dates

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The Sheffield, England alt-rockers, Arctic Monkeys have just announced the dates for their 2018 North American Tour!

12 concert dates are lined up in the United States and Canada, including stadium shows and a handful of music festivals. (Since this tour flyer came out, they’ve added another date on their website at Osheaga Festival in Montreal, Canada.)

They kick off their tour on May 5 at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles, California. Later in the summer, they’ll be on the other side of the country in Delaware, North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, New York, Massachusetts, DC, Pennsylvania and Michigan. By August 4 they’ll be in Montreal and Ontario in Canada to close out their North American tour dates. You’ll have to hurry to make a decision about what show works best for you, as tickets go on sale tomorrow, March 16 at 10 AM.

Back in January when Firefly Music Festival in Delaware announced its 2018 lineup, we discovered quite the surprise—Arctic Monkeys would be headlining! This was their first official tour date announced since 2014, and fans have been ecstatic about their live comeback ever since. Now, there’s 35 more tour dates to choose from all over North America and Europe.

Additionally, back in September, it was announced that Arctic Monkeys started working on their sixth studio album. After nearly five years waiting since the release of AM in 2013, we’ll finally have new music in our ears by the end of 2018, as far as bassist Nick O’Malley says.

Laura Curry
Laura Curry
Laura Curry is a Rutgers University graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and Media Studies. Interviewing bands and writing about music is her passion. She is a frequent concert-goer, whether they’re happening in New Brunswick basements, Asbury Park venues, concert halls in NYC and anywhere in between. Alternative rock is her go-to genre (i.e. Kings of Leon, Cage the Elephant, Foals, The Maine and lots more). When she isn’t writing for The Pop Break, she works at the North Brunswick Public Library, which offers plenty of Fantasy/Adventure novels to quench her love of reading. Additionally, she takes on creative projects from dream catchers and scrapbooks to paintings and jewelry making. She’s always happy to talk about her furry Maine Coon cat Austen and his knack for playing fetch and hide and seek. Just try not to ask about her next career move, because trust me, she’s working on it.

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