Arctic Monkeys Tour 2023: Arctic Monkeys set times, Bellahouston Park times, support, setlist, tickets
Arctic Monkeys headlined Glastonbury on Friday and are now set for a headline set at Bellahouston Park in Glasgow. Here is their most likely setlist, support and timings for the gig.
The much anticipated summer of big Scottish concerts are in full swing after Edinburgh welcomed Harry Styles and Beyonce in the past few weeks - and now Sheffield band Arctic Monkeys are in town.
Alex Turner and his band are scheduled head to Glasgow for the first Scottish shows since they headlined the city’s TRNSMT festival in 2018 and thousands of fans have already snapped up tickets for the event in quick- however, they did face an anxious wait on whether it will go ahead after Alex Turner picked up a bout of acute laryngitis.
Thank fully for Alex Turner and his band, he has seemingly made a recovery after headlining Glastonbury on Friday night and the gig is set to go ahead as planned.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the gig
What happened to Alex Turner’s voice?
The Arctics were forced to pull out of their show in Dublin after lead singer Alex Turner was struck down with illness and issued the following statement. They are scheduled to play Glasgow Bellahouston Park on June 25.
The statement read: “We are extremely sorry to announce the cancellation of Arctic Monkeys show at Marlay Park in Dublin tomorrow. Alex is suffering from acute laryngitis, and following medical advice, has been ordered to rest.
"Alex and the band apologise for the huge disappointment this will inevitably cause all their Irish fans.
"Full refunds will be credited back to the ticket purchaser’s account by Ticketmaster within the next six working days.”
While it can vary from person to person, in most cases it will better without treatment in about a week. Symptoms of laryngitis can begin suddenly and usually get worse over a period of two to three days - and Turner appears to be one of the lucky ones, with him recovering to play Glastonbury on Friday.
Who is supporting Arctic Monkeys in Glasgow
Swedish garage rock band The Hives will be the main support at Bellahouston Park, alongside The Mysterines. The Hives already have an army of fans themselves, having exploded into the public conscious in the early 2000s with catchy hit ‘Hate To Say I Told You’.
The Mysterines, who will open the gig, are a relatively new alternative rock band and released their debut album ‘Reeling’ at the beginning of last year.
While times are subject to change, the gig is expected to kick off at around 7pm, with Arctic Monkeys likely to be on stage around 8:55pm.
Arctic Monkeys concert times
The band will play Bellahouston Park Stadium on 25 June 2023. The show doors at Bellahouston Park are scheduled to open at 4pm.
Arctic Monkeys Glastonbury setlist
For those fans wondering what the Arctics might play on Sunday evening, it may be worth having a look at last night’s Glastonbury setlist.
Here is everything Alex Turner and his band played at Glastonbury:
Sculptures of Anything Goes
Snap Out of It
Don't Sit Down 'Cause I've Moved Your Chair
Cornerstone (Followed by Piano Interlude)
Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?
Arabella (Black Sabbath's "War Pigs" outro.)
Four Out of Five
Do I Wanna Know?
There'd Better Be a Mirrorball
505 (New arrangement)
I Wanna Be Yours (John Cooper Clarke cover)
I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor
R U Mine?
Can I still get tickets for Arctic Monkeys in Glasgow, Twickets
At the time of writing, there are only re-sale tickets available on Ticketmaster for the event in Glasgow. If they are any remaining re-sale tickets, they can be purchased here.
You can also purchase fan-to-fan resale tickets via Twickets.