Open’er Festival confirm that Arctic Monkeys will be their first headliner for 2023

The Sheffield band will headline the Friday evening of the festival.
Photo credit: Patrick Gunning

Arctic Monkeys are set to headline Open’er Festival in Poland next June.

The festival is set to take place at Gdynia-Kosakowo Airport in Gydnia from 28th June — 1st July 2023. 

The band, fresh from the release of ‘The Car’, will top the bill on Friday 30th June after a string of UK and Ireland stadium shows in May 2023. It follows the announcement earlier this week that the band will also headline Bilbao BBK Live next July, as well as Rock Werchter in Belgium the same month.

Dork rated ‘The Car’ four stars, deeming it “another example of how much the band evolve between each release, without jettisoning everything that came before”. You can read the full review here.

Tickets for Open’er Festival are available here, and the full dates for Arctic Monkeys’ UK and Ireland tour are as follows:

29 Bristol, Ashton Gate Stadium
31 Coventry, Building Society Arena

2 Manchester, Emirates Old Trafford
5 Middlesbrough, Riverside Stadium
7 Norwich, Carrow Road Stadium
9 Sheffield, Hillsborough Park
10 Sheffield, Hillsborough Park
12 Swansea, Stadium
14 Southampton, The Ageas Bowl
16 London, Emirates Stadium
17 London, Emirates Stadium 
20 Dublin, Marlay Park
25 Glasgow, Bellahouston Park

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