Fri 23rd May at 4:00pm
@ Finsbury Park, London
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Never miss another 'Arctic Monkeys' show
Arctic Monkeys + Tame Impala + Miles Kane + Royal Blood
Following the success of their fifth No.1 album ‘AM’ and their triumphant headline slot at Glastonbury this summer, Arctic Monkeys will undertake their biggest shows to date in The Capital in May 2014.
Joining them for these two shows will be very special guests Tame Impala, Miles Kane and new band Royal Blood.
Tickets are restricted to 4 tickets per household.
Age restrictions: This event is strictly 16+.
From their humble beginnings as a myspace buzz band, Sheffield's finest indie upstarts, fronted by the cocky but ever clever Alex Turner, still hold the mantle for achieving the fastest selling debut album for a band in British history, even beating the likes of Oasis and the Beatles. Now four albums in, with 2011's 'Suck It And See', the success story shows no signs of stopping.
Still looking good on the dancefloor, Alex's vocals and lyrics may have matured over the years, but they still continue to deliver their addictive brash guitar tunes with gritty yet witty lyrics.
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Psychedelic dream pop from this Australian band comprising Kevin Parker, Dom Simper and Jay Watson. The band have been garnering praise, amid comparisons to the legends (Cream and Blue Cheer) as well as the new breed (Dungen and Comets on Fire).
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The singer of Liverpool band The Rascals, Miles Kane also co-fronts The Last Shadow Puppets alongside the Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner. As a solo artist, Miles has built up a head of steam on the live circuit, proving to be one of the most exciting young talents in the country.
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Riff-heavy alt-rock duo Mike Kerr and Ben Thatcher are Royal Blood from Brighton. Their explosive guitar and drums sound has inevitably likened them to the White Stripes, along with Queens of the Stone Age. The boys have picked up a slew of awards, perhaps most notably winning 'Best British Group' at the 2015 Brit Awards, along with winning both 'Best Live Act' from Q Magazine and 'Best Live Band' from the NME.
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