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Top Tickets This Week: Arctic Monkeys, Roger Waters, Pixies, Strictly Come Dancing The Live Tour

Thursday, 29 September 2022 Written by Jon Stickler

Arctic Monkeys


Photo: Zackery Michael

Arctic Monkeys have announced stadium shows for summer 2023. The Sheffield band will kick off the tour on May 29 at Bristol's Ashton Gate Stadium, followed by stops at Coventry Building Society Arena, Norwich's Carrow Road stadium, Southampton's Ageas Bowl, Dublin's Marlay Park, and Glasgow's Bellahouston Park, along with two dates at Manchester's Emirates Old Trafford, London's Emirates Stadium, and Hillsborough Park in their hometown.

Support will come from special guests The Hives and The Mysterines, with tickets on general sale at 9am on September 30 - Compare and buy tickets here.

Their new album, 'The Car', is scheduled to arrive on October 21.


Roger Waters

The Pink Floyd bassist has added UK dates to the 2023 European leg of his This Is Not A Drill Tour. Stops include Birmingham's Utilita Arena on May 31, Glasgow's OVO Hydro on June 2, and London's O2 Arena on June 6, with tickets on general sale at 1pm on September 30 - Compare and buy tickets here.

The trek is currently travelling across the United States. Waters previously confirmed new dates in Portugal, Spain, Italy, Poland and Czech Republic on what he is teasing as his "first farewell tour." Tickets for those concerts are on sale now.


Pixies


Photo: Tom Oxley

As part of a wider European tour, the Boston band will play Birmingham Forum, Cardiff International Arena and two dates at London's Roundhouse between March 17 and 21.

Tickets go on general sale at 9am on September 30, the same day the four-piece release their new album, 'Doggerel' - Compare and buy tickets here.


Strictly Come Dancing The Live Tour

Strictly Come Dancing: The Live Tour will head to arenas across the UK from January 20 to February 12. The production will feature professional and celebrity dancers from the BBC One television programme of the same name, though the full line-up of guests is still to be revealed.

It will include stops at Birmingham's Utilita Arena, Nottingham's Motorpoint Arena, First Direct Arena in Leeds, Manchester's AO Arena, Utilita Arena in Sheffield and Newcastle, SSE Arena Belfast, Glasgow's OVO Hydro, and three nights at The O2 in London. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on September 30 - Compare and buy tickets here. Head here for pre-sale tickets.


Romesh Ranganathan

The comedian and presenter has confirmed 10 dates performing his new show Hustle. The run will take place between April 26 and June 8, 2024, and includes gigs at The O2 in London, the International Arena (CIA) in Cardiff, Utilita Arena in Birmingham and AO Arena in Manchester.

Tickets go on general sale at 10am on September 30 - Compare and buy tickets here.


Also announced this week:

  • Billy Joel has announced a huge BST Hyde Park show in London.
  • Circa Waves have announced UK shows for early 2023.
  • George Ezra has added extra dates to his UK tour next spring.
  • Florence And The Machine have confirmed three huge summer shows in Ireland.
  • Carly Rae Jepsen will bring her So Nice Tour to the UK and Ireland in February 2023.
  • Hauser will bring his Rebel With A Cello Tour to Manchester and London in 2023.
  • Gary Neville's YouTube show The Overlap will take over the OVO Arena Wembley this autumn
  • Sleep Token have announced UK shows for early 2023.
  • We Are Scientists have announced a UK and Ireland tour for 2023.
  • Joe Bonamassa has announced five UK arena shows for spring 2023.
  • Charlie Puth has added UK and European dates to his One Night Only Tour.
  • Four Tet has confirmed a brace of London shows for spring 2023.
  • The Comet Is Coming have announced UK and Ireland shows for spring 2023.
  • D-Block Europe have added a Manchester date to their autumn tour plans.
  • Erykah Badu has announced two UK shows for the autumn.
  • Tom Grennan has announced the What Ifs & Maybes Tour.
  • Franc Moody will tour the UK and Europe next spring.​

Head here for a full list and to find your tickets.

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