Arctic Monkeys have announced their 2023 Asia tour with stops in Japan, Hong Kong, Indonesia and other countries in Southeast Asia.
The band will make their debut in Hong Kong and Southeast Asia – Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines – and return to Japan in February and March 2023. The tour will kick off in Singapore on February 28, head to Hong Kong to headline Clockenflap Festival, and then the Philippines and Thailand. After two stops in Japan, the tour will wind up in Indonesia.
Arctic Monkeys’ 2023 Asia tour dates are:
28 – Singapore, Singapore Indoor Stadium
3 – Hong Kong, Clockenflap Festival
6 – Manila, Philippines, Filinvest City Events Grounds Alabang
9 – Bangkok, Thailand, BITEC
12 – Tokyo, Japan, Tokyo Garden Theater
15 – Osaka, Japan, Zepp Osaka Bayside
18 – Jakarta, Indonesia, Beach City International Stadium Ancol
Tickets for Clockenflap Festival in Hong Kong are on sale now. Tickets to the Singapore, Philippines and Thailand shows go on sale Monday December 12 at 10am local time.
Tickets to the band’s Manila show on March 6 at the Filinvest City Events Grounds will be sold in two tiers at tickelo.com: regular tickets at PHP6,000 (excluding ticket fees) and VIP at PHP9,500, which includes perks like an express entrance lane, access to an exclusive viewing deck and more.
Pre-sale for the Japan stops begins December Wednesday 21 at 12pm JST, while general sale begins January 14. Tickets to the tour’s last show in Jakarta will go on sale December 19 at 2pm local time.
Arctic Monkeys announce their Asia Tour 2023. Tickets go on sale at the following times:
Hong Kong: Tickets on sale now
Singapore, Philippines and Thailand: 12th Dec @ 10am
Indonesia:19th Dec @ 2pm
Japan: 14th Jan @ 10am
Visit the website for tickets. https://t.co/Vgci0LvTNt pic.twitter.com/cgnXUkUGzU
— Arctic Monkeys (@ArcticMonkeys) December 9, 2022
This Asia tour adds to a heavy slate of touring for Arctic Monkeys next year. The band will fly into Australia and New Zealand at the end of this month and tour there until January, then head to Europe, the UK and Ireland from April through to July. They will then tour North America in September and October. They will headline several festivals along the way, including NOS Alive in Lisbon, Open’er in Poland, and Rock Werchter in Belgium.
Arctic Monkeys released their seventh studio album ‘The Car’ in October. The record received a 5-star review from NME, and two cuts from it – ‘Body Paint’ and ‘There’d Better Be A Mirrorball’ – landed on NME’s 50 best songs of 2022 list.