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Arctic Monkeys Concerts Schedule Feb 2019

Feb 23
Sat, 7:00 pm
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Perth · Perth Arena
Feb 26
Tue, 7:00 pm
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Melbourne · Rod Laver Arena
Feb 27
Wed, 7:00 pm
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Melbourne · Rod Laver Arena

Arctic Monkeys Concerts Schedule Mar 2019

Mar 1
Fri, 7:00 pm
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Sydney Olympic Park · Qudos Bank Arena
Mar 2
Sat, 7:00 pm
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Sydney Olympic Park · Qudos Bank Arena
Mar 3
Sun, 7:00 pm
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Boondall · Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Mar 6
Wed, 7:30 pm
Arctic Monkeys, Mini Mansions
Auckland · Vector Arena


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About Arctic Monkeys

Arctic Monkeys, a popular indie rock band, was first seen on stage in High Green last 2002. Members of the group include Alex Turner, Jamie Cook, Nick O’Malley, and Matt Helders. Another member named Andy Nicholson was originally part of the band but left in 2006.

Highlights of Their Career

The group’s first ever album was the British’s fastest selling album of all time. They have gained several prestigious recognition, not to mention the 7 Brit Awards as Best British Group and best British Album three times. They have also been nominated for the Grammy’s.

Arctic Monkeys were also considered as one of those groups who have garnered thousands and millions of likes and supporters through the use of technology. Following the success of their albums worldwide, mainly among British, are concert tours. Every place they visit; every stage they stepped into; they would leave a magnificent mark. Performances were really spectacular making crowds go crazy and wild.

Aside from their natural talent in singing and playing instruments, Arctic music became a crown favorite because they are unique. The can make vibrant tunes on their own and lines are all catchy.

The band has released five successful studio albums namely Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not (2006), Favourite Worst Nightmare (2007), Humbug (2009), Suck It and See (2011) and AM (2013), as well as one live album, At the Apollo (2008). What Keeps Them Motivated? Now, the very first thing that would come into their mind is music and lyrics.

The group feels a lot more motivated when they hear good results from their hard work. One thing that has helped them a lot is reading comments online. Through technology and internet, they have been very active in interacting with the fans. Makes lots of sense as through it they can check how far they have gone and how well or bad they did in their performances.

Actually, it seems like the best moments are most likely to happen when they are feeling down and unsatisfied. For it is only in such events, propelled by their passion and discontentment that they are likely to exert more effort and time to start looking for other ways to give real meaning to their music.

Arctic Monkeys Today

While the group has generated several headlines, not to mention their albums and tickets sales, on the power of their newest release, AM. More music and performances, possibly with future collaborations are expected from this group.