Arctic Monkeys at 3Arena Dublin: Stage times, set list, ticket info, where to eat and more

Tonight's gig is a sellout but there are some tickets available for tomorrow night at Ticketmaster.

Arctic Monkeys fans will be heading to the 3Arena in their droves tonight and tomorrow night.

The I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor hit makers will be joined by support act The Lemon Twigs.

Ahead of the gigs, here's all you need to know:

Are there still tickets available?

Tonight is all sold out, but there are still a handful of tickets available for tomorrow night on the Ticketmaster website, where they're selling for €76.50.

What's the set list?

The Sheffield band made their long awaited homecoming last week, playing the hits from all six of their albums.

While we haven't got the confirmed list of songs for tonight, here's what Alex Turner and co played to their home crowd on Saturday night:

  1. Four Out of Five
  2. Brainstorm
  3. Snap Out Of It
  4. Crying Lightning
  5. Dancing Shoes
  6. 505
  7. Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino
  8. From the Ritz to the Rubble
  9. Cornerstone
  10. One Point Perspective
  11. No.1 Party Anthem
  12. Do Me A Favour
  13. Don’t Sit Down ‘Cause I’ve Moved Your Chair
  14. A Certain Romance
  15. The Ultracheese
  16. Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High
  17. Do I Wanna Know?
  18. Pretty Visitors
  19. Arabella

ENCORE

  1. Star Treatment
  2. I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor
  3. With a Little Help from My Friends

How do I get there?

The Red Line Luas will bring you straight to Point Village where the arena is located. You can connect to the tram using any bus or dart stopping at Connolly station.

The 151 Dublin bus route operates every 10 minutes during rush hour and will leave you on Castleforbes Road, a mere 2 minutes’ walk from the venue.

If you are travelling by car, the Point Village car park which is immediately beside 3Arena has parking and disabled parking for €13. Tickets must be pre-booked through www.ticketmaster.ie .

You can’t bring any of the following items into the venue: Bottles, Cans, Selfie Sticks, Large Umbrellas, iPads/Tablets, Video Cameras, Professional Cameras (lens 35mm or more), Audio Recording Devices, Go-Pro, Large Posters (A3+), Large Flags on poles, Belt Chains, Laser pointers, anything that may be deemed as a weapon.

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