Arctic Monkeys are planning a special photo exhibition around their arena shows this month

You'll be able to check it out in London and Sheffield.

Arctic Monkeys have announced plans for a new photo exhibition to take place around their forthcoming UK arena dates.

The band, who released sixth album ‘Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino’ back in May, start their run in Manchester tomorrow night (6th September), before heading to London, Birmingham, Sheffield, Dublin and Newcastle.

Featuring photos by the band’s photographer Zackery Michael, the exhibition will pop up around their Sheffield and London dates, focusing on unseen images taken during the making and touring of their most recent full-length.

There’ll also be a model of the record’s titular moon base resort, art posters from live shows and an exclusive short video filmed by videographer Ben Chappell.

The London leg will be held at 67 Great Titchfield Street between 9th and 13th September, with the Sheffield dates between 17th and 23rd September at KIAC Art Studios in Neepsend. Entry is free, though in London tickets are required. You can apply for them here, with a maximum of two per person.

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