Arctic Monkeys have been announced as the headline act for NOS Alive 2023 – find all the details below.
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The festival will be held in Lisbon, Portugal on July 6-8 next year. Red Hot Chili Peppers, Lizzo, The Black Keys and Sam Smith have recently been announced.
It was confirmed today (6th December) that Arctic Monkeys will headline NOS Alive on Friday 7th July 2023.
Tickets for the festival are now on general sale – you can purchase yours here. See the classifieds posts below.
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News of Arctic Monkeys’ upcoming NOS Alive appearance comes after the band added new European dates to their 2023 world tour. Alex Turner and others. are set to hit the road next spring in support of their acclaimed seventh album The Car.
UK and Ireland stadium shows are scheduled for May and June, and North America for September. The Monkeys will be in Europe in late April and early May, returning in July for additional concerts.
AM will also headline Spain’s Open’er Festival and next year’s edition of Bilbao BBK Live. They are rumored to be one of the two remaining headliners for Glastonbury 2023 after Elton John confirmed last week.
Meanwhile, Arctic Monkeys singles “Body Paint” and “There’d Better Be A Mirrorball” appeared. NMEThe “Best Songs of 2022” list is at number 24 and number five, respectively, this week.
NME on the latter track, the frontman praised Turner’s “really serious, open, romantic and human” lyrics, calling it a “slow-dancing waltz beauty”.