Arctic Monkeys and Nine Inch Nails tickets available from tomorrow (November 22)

Tickets for Arctic Monkeys two huge outdoor shows at Finsbury Park in 2014 available from 9am

Arctic Monkeys and Nine Inch Nails tickets available from tomorrow (November 22)

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Tickets to see Arctic Monkeys and Nine Inch Nails are set to go on sale tomorrow morning (November 22).

Tickets for Arctic Monkeys two huge outdoor London shows at Finsbury Park in June will be available from 9am. The band will perform on May 23 and 24 next year with support on both dates from Miles Kane and Tame Impala.

Meanwhile, tickets for Nine Inch Nails' 2014 UK arena tour will also be available here from tomorrow morning. Trent Reznor will bring his band to perform six huge dates in May, including a performance at London's O2 Arena on May 23.

Meanwhile, tickets to see Earl Sweatshirt, Metronomy, Hot Rod, and Temples.

In addition to these new on-sales, there are still tickets available to see Katy B, Manics, Palma Violets, and The Orwells are all still available.

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