Arctic Monkeys have added a third Los Angeles date to their 2023 North American tour. Tickets go on sale here at 10am PT today (October 7).
The Sheffield band announced their run of North American dates earlier this week, sharing that they’d be kicking off the tour at The Armory in Minneapolis, Minnesota on August 25 and wrapping it up at Los Angeles’ Kia Forum on September 29.
Yesterday (October 6), the band shared a second date in California on Saturday, September 30, as well as an extra show at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado on September 19. Later, AM confirmed further concerts in Minneapolis, Toronto, Nashville and Morrison.
Today, the Monkeys have added a third gig at The Kia Forum in Los Angeles on October 1, 2023. Tickets for the new dates will be available to purchase here at 10am PT.
Fontaines D.C. are set to open for the North American tour dates, which will be in support of Arctic Monkeys’ seventh album, ‘The Car’ (out October 21 via Domino).
Arctic Monkeys announce a third show at @thekiaforum in Los Angeles. Tickets go on sale 10am local time. https://t.co/m7plv2SZgO pic.twitter.com/mX5BG0rBGM
— Arctic Monkeys (@ArcticMonkeys) October 7, 2022
New dates added in Minneapolis, Toronto, Nashville, Morrison and Los Angeles. Tickets go on general sale tomorrow at 10am local time (Fort Worth – 12pm) https://t.co/m7plv3aA8m pic.twitter.com/3FnM6di2hH
— Arctic Monkeys (@ArcticMonkeys) October 6, 2022
The news follows Arctic Monkeys adding a third London date to their 2023 UK and Ireland stadium tour after the first two shows sold out last Friday (September 30). Tickets for the Sheffield band’s stadium tour next year went on general sale, with high demand being reported on ticket sites and across social media.
Arctic Monkeys’ first two dates at London’s Emirates Stadium on June 16 and 17 both sold out, with the band since announcing a third show at Arsenal’s stadium on June 18. Tickets for that newly announced gig, as well as the rest of the tour, are on sale now from here.
Meanwhile, the band released their new album’s second single, ‘Body Paint’, last week. In a four-star review of the track, NME called it “an ambitious, swaggering rock ballad.”