Some fans are complaining about ticket prices for the upcoming Arctics tour.With an upcoming tour announced yesterday, Arctic Monkeys have been trending on Twitter today for all the wrong reasons. Some fans of the Sheffield group have been left disappointedÂ by the ticket cost of the latest tour, with some tickets costing as much as Â£80. Upon announcing the UK tour taking place this September, which includes a stop at the FlyDSA arena in their home city of Sheffield, Arctic Monkeys have left fans debating between themselves about how much it is worth paying the price to see them. One fan commented that it would be more in the spirit of rock'n'roll to go see an upcoming local band than go to an arena show with steep ticket prices.
apparently the quality of an arctic monkeys show has improved so much itâd cost twice that of the last tour. daylight robbery pic.twitter.com/sFaEpPpOaDâ sammy b (@psycho_jam) April 9, 2018
Me: I should have enough savings to survive the first month of work before getting paid *Arctic Monkeys announce Dublin date* Me: pic.twitter.com/lNDEjDhaUDâ Henry âRepealâ The 8th (@luketallon) April 9, 2018
It was revealed last week that Arctic Monkeys would be releasing their 6th studio album,Â Tranquility Base Hotel & CasinoÂ on 11 May after a 5 year hiatus. News of the upcoming tour was met with both excitement and trepidation by fans about the new steep prices. Ahead of the UK dates in September the band has three months of shows across Europe and North America, including Primavera Sound at the end of May in Barcelona. Tickets for the tour go on sale at 9am on Friday 13 April. See tour dates below. UK Tour Dates: 06 Manchester Arena 07 Manchester Arena 09 The O2, London 10 The O2, London 15 Birmingham Arena 18 FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield 19 FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield 24 3Arena, Dublin 27 Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle Photo: Zackery Michael
Â£70 for a standing Arctic Monkeys ticketð... Money comes and goes, memories last forever!ð¤·ð»ââï¸â kurt (@kurthallam97) April 9, 2018