Arctic Monkeys declared their show in Madrid in July 2023.
Arctic Monkeys, a famous English rock band, declared its second show in Madrid WiZink Center on July 11, 2023. The Arctic Monkey band is opting for their 2023s international shows. The group comprises Alex Turner (lead Vocalist), Nick O’Malley ( bass guitar player and background vocalist), Jamie Cook (guitar and keyboard player), and Matt Helder (drummer and back vocalist). Andy Nicholson, a former band member, left the band in 2006.
Arctic Monkeys announce a second show in Madrid WiZink Center on the 11th July 2023. Tickets go on sale tomorrow at 12pm CET. https://t.co/Vgci0LeQLt pic.twitter.com/xAD7vBpoKF— Arctic Monkeys (@ArcticMonkeys) December 8, 2022
Arctic Monkeys’ Famous Albums
The first ever band to gain widespread recognition over the Internet was Arctic Monkeys, and pundits hailed them as a possible shift in how new bands are marketed and promoted. Their debut album, 2006s “What People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not,” went platinum quickly and is one of the best debut albums in history.
remember when arctic monkeys performed dangerous animals at reading festival 2009 pic.twitter.com/MjF3oGy8tg— Remember When Arctic Monkeys (@AMflashbacks) December 7, 2022
With the success of their critically praised fifth album AM (2013), aided by the worldwide smash “Do I Wanna Know?” the band achieved further international renown. It received a platinum certification in the US and topped four Billboard charts. It became the third album to win album became their third to win the ‘British Album of the Year at the 2014s BRIT Awards.
The band’s sixth album, 2018s “Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino,” marked a significant change from their previous guitar-heavy work by favoring piano. It was nominated for ‘Best Alternative Music Album’ in Grammy Award, becoming their second album to receive this honor after the 2006s “Whatever People Say I’m, That’s What I’m Not.”
The group’s first five albums helped their debut at number one in the UK, making them the first independent-label group to do so. The group has also received a Mercury Prize for their 2006s album, “Whatever People Say I’m, That’s What I’m Not,” an Ivor Novello Award, 20 NME Awards, and seven Brit Awards, including three times as Best British Group and three times as British Album of the Year.
They are the first band to ever “do the double.” They’ve also been nominated for six Grammy Awards, and in 2007, 2013, and 2018 they were nominated for the Mercury Prize. “Whatever People Say I’m, That’s What I’m Not,” and AM is listed in NME’s and various Rolling Stone 500 Greatest compilations.
All Upcoming shows of Artic Monkey in ( Jan-July) 2023.
If you want to enjoy the live rocking performances of the Arctic Monkeys, here we are, giving all upcoming show details. Book the ticket now!
Arctic Monkeys play @NOS_Alive in July 2023. Tickets on sale now. https://t.co/ZNH1vEikJ3 pic.twitter.com/ZcUnwDC810— Arctic Monkeys (@ArcticMonkeys) December 6, 2022
- January 4, Myer Music Bowl Melbourne, Australia.
- January 5, 23Sidney Myer Music Bowl Melbourne, Australia
- January 6, ’23 Heaps Good Festival Adelaide, Australia.
- January 7, ’23 Falls Festival Downtown Fremantle, Australia
- January 11, ’23, Riverstage Brisbane, Australia.
- January 14, ’23The Domain Sydney, Australia.
- April 24, ’23 Tips Arena Linz, Austria
- April 25, ’23Zenith Munich, Germany
- April 27, ’23Sporthalle Hamburg, Germany.
- April 29, ’23Avicii Arena Stockholm, Sweden
- April 30, ’23Spektrum Spektrum, Norway
- May 2, ’23Mercedes-Benz Arena Berlin, Germany
- May 3, ’23Rudolf Weber-Arena Oberhausen, Germany
- May 5, ’23Ziggo Dome Amsterdam, Netherlands
- May 6, ’23Ziggo Dome Amsterdam, Netherlands
- May 8, ’23Festhalle Frankfurt, Germany
- May 9, ’23Accor Arena, Paris, France
- May 10, ’23Accor Arena, Paris, France
- May 29, ’23Ashton Gate Stadium Bristol, U.K.
- June 3, ’23Emirates Old Tafford Manchester, U.K.
- June 5, ’23Riverside Stadium Middlesbrough, U.K.
- June 7, ’23Carrow Road Stadium, Norwich, U.K
- June 9, ’23 Hillsborough Park Sheffield, U.k
- June 10, 23 Hillsborough Park Sheffield, U.k
- June 12, ’23Swansea.com Stadium, Swansea, U.k.
- June 14, ’23The Ageas Bowl Southampton, U.k.
- June 16, ’23 Emirates Stadium London, U.K
- June 17, ’23 Emirates Stadium London, U.K
- June 18, ’23 Emirates Stadium London, U.K
- June 20, ’23, Marlay Park, Dublin, Ireland
- June 25, ’23, Bellahouston Park Glasgow, U.K.
- June 30, ’23Open’er Festival Gdynia, Poland.
- July 2, ’23Rock Werchter Werchter, Belgium
- July 4, ’23Luxexpo Open Air Luxembourg
- July 6, ’23Bilbao BBK Live Bilbao, Spain
- July 7, ’23Nos Alive Festival Lisbon, Portugal
- July 10, ’23WiZink Center Madrid, Spain
- July 11, ’23WiZink Center Madrid, Spain
- July 15, ’23-Days Ippodromo SNAI La Laura Milan, Italy
- July 16, ’23 Rock In Roma Ippodromo Delle Capannelle Rome, Italy.