One of the biggest bands in the world, Arctic Monkeys return to play two special homecoming shows this summer, their first since September 2018.
Ahead of another headline slot at Glastonbury Festival and following the release of their latest album, The Car, the band are set to takeover Hillsborough Park for their biggest Sheffield homecoming yet.
Coming back to their roots where it all began, many of the band's most-loved songs include local references that only Sheffield folk can fully and so fondly appreciate, so expect a pretty epic atmosphere.
They will be supported by special guests The Hives and The Mysterines.
Not surprisingly, tickets for these shows went on sale and completely sold out in record time.
If you're lucky you might find some via the official resale partner website Twickets, where resale is permitted at no more than the original face value + booking fees.
Doors open at 4pm, with music from at 5pm. At recent shows on the tour, Arctic Monkeys have come out at around 8.50pm with the show expected to finish at 10.30pm. (times subject to change).
Stagecoach Travel Advice and Information is available here: www.stagecoachbus.com/news/yorkshire/2023/june/arctic-monkeys-travel-advice-and-information
Road closure info available here: https://sheffnews.com/news/arctic-monkeys-road-closures
Leadmill Road in Sheffield city centre will also be closed from 4pm on Friday until 8am on Sunday as The Leadmill is hosting after parties in the street following the two shows.