Some Arctic Monkeys fans are not happy with the amount you paid for the tickets for their last tour.
The band has announced a UK tour taking place this month of September, which includes a stop at the FlyDSA arena in their home city of Sheffield.
Tickets cost £80 on some sites and some fans have been able to see the group at relatively low prices, in the past, I am not happy.
“Robbery,” a fan wrote on Twitter.
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The Arctic Monkeys have announced their return to music last week, after a break of five years.
Their sixth album, Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino, will be released on 11th May.
Fans have reacted with great enthusiasm to the news that both the album and the tour, but some people think that the prices seem a bit steep.
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The band’s latest album was produced by frontman Alex Turner and James Ford, who has been involved in every Arctic Monkeys record since 2007’s Favourite Worst Nightmare.
In front of the dates in the UK in September, the band has three months of shows across Europe and North America, including Glasgow TRNSMT Festival in the month of July.
Tickets for the tour on sale at 9, Friday, April 13.
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