Here’s everywhere you can see Arctic Monkeys live in 2018

'Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino' is coming to a town near you...

After years of anticipation, Arctic Monkeys have finally announced their return with their first confirmed tour dates of 2018 – now including UK tour dates.

Check out all of the band’s upcoming shows below  – now with a string of UK arena dates that go on sale from 9am on Friday April 13. Tickets will be available here.

Arctic Monkeys tour dates 2018

The Observatory North Park, San Diego (May 2, 3)
Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Los Angeles (May 5)
Brooklyn Steel, New York (May 9)
Columbia Halle, Berlin (May 22)
Columbia Halle, Berlin (May 23)
Cavea, Rome (May 26)
Cavea, Rome (May 27)
Zentih, Paris (May 29)
Zenith, Paris (May 30)
Primavera Sound, Spain (June 2)
Medidlanum Forum, Milan (June 4)
Best Kept Secret, Netherlands (June 8)
Firefly Festival, Delaware, US (June 14-17)
Red Hat Amphitheater, Raleigh NC (June 16)
Ascend Amphitheater, Nashville, TV (June 18)
Coca Cola Roxy Theatre, Atlanta, GA (June 19)
Southside Festival, Germany (June 22-24)
Hurricane Festival, Germany (June 22-24)
Mitsubishi Electric Halle, Dusseldorf (June 26)
Royal Arena, Copenhagen (June 27)
TRSNMT, Scotland (July 1)
Open’er, Poland (July 4)
Rockwave Festival, Greece (July 6)
Rock Werchter, Belgium (July 8)
NOS Alive, Portugal (July 12)
Madcool Festival, Spain (July 13)
Forest Hills Stadium, Queens, NY (July 24)
CMAC, Canandaigua, NY (July 25) – ticket info here
TD Garden, Boston, MA (July 27)
The Anthem, Washington DC (July 28)
Petersen Events Center, Pittsburgh, PA (July 31)
Masonic Temple Theatre, Detroit, MI (August 1)
Lollapalooza Festival, Chicago (August 2)
Osheaga Festival, Montréal, QB (August 4)
Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON (August 5)
OYA Festival, Norway (August 8)
Way Out Festival, Sweden (August 9-11)
Flow Festival, Finland (August 11)
Sziget Festival, Hungary (August 14)
Manchester Arena (September 6/7)
The O2 Arena, London (September 9/10/12/13)
Birmingham Arena (September 15/16)
FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield (September 18/19/21)
3Arena, Dublin (September 24/25)
Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle (September 27/28)

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The shows come in support of sixth album ‘Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino’, which was officially announced last week.

The album was announced on YouTube, with the Sheffield indie heroes posting  a short teaser featuring a futuristic landscape, backed by some cinematic orchestration before kicking into a grunge-fuelled bluesy riff.

Available for pre-order on their official store now, ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’ is due for release on May 11 and is said to “up the ante in a big way” with it described as “a bold and brilliant album reflecting Turner’s ever more comprehensive creative vision.”

Check back at NME for the latest Arctic Monkeys new album and tour date news.

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