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Arctic Monkeys Asia Tour 2023

Lushington Entertainments proudly presents the return of ARCTIC MONKEYS to Singapore. The English rock band will perform on 28 February 2023 (Tuesday) at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. Tickets from $108 will go on sale via Ticketmaster on 12 December 2022 (Monday), 10am.

Arctic Monkeys are Alex Turner, Jamie Cook, Nick O’Malley and Matt Helders.  Formed in High Green, Sheffield in 2002, the band have released 7 studio albums to date, their most recent, ‘The Car’ released this year.  Their latest album which includes singles ‘There’d Better Be a Mirrorball’, ‘Body Paint’ and ‘I Ain’t Quite Where I Think I Am’, peaked at No. 2 on the UK Albums Chart and landed at No. 6 on the US Billboard 200. The band has also released a live album ‘Arctic Monkeys Live At The Royal Albert Hall’ (2020) with all proceeds going to War Child UK.

The band’s debut album ‘Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not’ became the fastest selling debut album in UK chart history on its release in 2006. The release of subsequent albums ‘Favourite Worst Nightmare’ (2007), ‘Humbug’ (2009), ‘Suck It And See’ (2011), ‘AM’ (2013), ‘Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino’ (2018) and ‘The Car’ (2022) has consolidated their position as one of the most successful British bands to emerge in recent times.  They are the only band to have won both Best British Group and British Album of The Year at The Brits three times. The band has now won 7 Brit awards out of 9 nominations since their debut album in 2006. Other achievements include an Ivor Novello award, a Mercury Music Prize, 20 NME awards, 5 Q awards and 3 Grammy nominations.

With global album sales of over 25 million and a digital fanbase of over 30 million followers, the band's music has been streamed more than 9 billion times to date, accruing on average 6.5 million streams every day. Their legendary single 'Do I Wanna Know' has been streamed 1 billion times alone. 

Arctic Monkeys performed at the opening ceremony of The Summer Olympics in London in 2012 and have headlined both the Glastonbury and Reading and Leeds Festivals including the latter’s 2022 edition.  The band sold over 625,000 tickets worldwide during their ‘Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino’ tour in 2018 and 2019, and are set to tour globally in 2023 with a Singapore stop in February.  


Safe Management Measures

  • Mask wearing indoors will be optional. However, patrons are encouraged to exercise personal and social responsibility by continuing to wear their masks especially in crowded places.
  • Any change in policies will be updated in accordance with the Government guidelines as the announcements are made.


Admission Rules

  • Admission to show/venue by full ticket only. Printed/electronic tickets must be produced for admission.
  • Individuals aged 6 years old and above will be required to purchase a ticket for admission.
  • No outside food and beverage are allowed into the venue.


Child Policy

  • Children aged 6 years old and above must purchase a ticket for admission.
  • There will be no admission for infants in arms and children below 6 years old.
  • Children under 12 years old and below 120cm are not allowed into the standing areas.


Audio, Photography & Videography Policy

  • No professional photography and videography are allowed.
  • Strictly no professional cameras, video cameras, GoPros, iPads and tablets.
  • Live streaming of event is prohibited.


All information is correct at the time of publishing but subject to change.

CAT 1 (Standing) S$208
CAT 2 (Standing) S$158
CAT 3 S$248
CAT 4 S$208
CAT 5 S$158
CAT 6 S$108
CAT 7 (Balcony Row 28) S$108
CAT 8 (Restricted View) S$248
CAT 9 (Restricted View) S$108


  • All prices reflected includes GST and excludes $4 booking fee.


All information is correct at the time of publishing but subject to change.