Arctic Monkeys UK arena tour tickets onsale today (June 17)

Frank Turner, Bombay Bicycle Club, Professor Green also have tickets newly on sale

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Tickets for Arctic Monkeys' new arena tour go on sale today (June 17). The band, who have just released their fourth album 'Suck It And See', tour Britain in November, with tickets going on sale at 9am (BST).

Tickets for Frank Turner's largest UK tour to date are also on sale. Fresh from releasing new album 'England Keep My Bones', he plays six shows in November, with tickets available from 9.30am (BST).

Bombay Bicycle Club are set for their biggest UK trek to date as well. They tour in October and play 16 dates in all.

There are also new tours on sale today from Brother, Funeral For A Friend, Black Veil Brides, Hard-Fi and Professor Green.

To check the availability of Arctic Monkeys, Frank Turner, Bombay Bicycle Club, Brother, Funeral For A Friend, Black Veil Brides, Hard Fi, Professor Green and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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