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The first one, back in when we were all just kids wanting to have a blast, than in and finally last Friday, in front of a sold out 35 thousand people crowd.

My favorite will always be the first one I was young, reckless and hopeful because of this great band that had started online and was actually very good.

But to see them all grown up and mature, and with complete control of that sea of people that was there just for them, was very, very meaningful.

They interact less with the crowd than before, and have more of a rockstar attitude, but it suits them. It's all part of the show and it doesn't make them less charismatic at all.

Specially Mr. Alex Turner. The setlist is a real trip through their career so far and even thought they had to cut a few fan favorites, the most meaningful songs are there, shining and evoking beautiful sing-a-longs.

One of the highlights ended up being an acoustic rendition of "Mardy Bum", right before the last song, very effusively requested by the fans and beautifully delivered by Alex Turner, all by himself.

Whenever he was not playing guitar and singing with his eyes closed, he would leave the guitar, hold the mic with two hands and dance like no one even knew he could.

Oh, Mr. You've become quite the frontman! One of the most interesting things about them is that you'll get the same thrill by watching a large arena set and a small, intimate performance.

Their songs are just that powerful. And these guys aren't even in their 30's yet! Long live to the Arctic Monkeys! Some would say they have done the full in their last 5 albums, but they still somehow manage to create something different and even more meaningful each time a new release comes along, which is what you want from a mainstream band.

As they have had to grow up as well as lock down their career in a relatively short period of time, their sounds represent a different stage in their lives from overnight success, heartache and self discovery.

After hiding away in the desert to record an epic follow up album to 'Suck it and see' Admirable contribution from Josh Homme the sheer dedication to their music was sincerely portrayed in 'AM' and things got really serious over night.

After a test drive of the new material at Glastonbury , a few new hairstyles and a nonchalant attitude the band became pure rock and roll stars.

From small venues to outdoor arenas Arctic Monkeys can do no wrong - With carefully selected playlists to cover their early and playful classics such as 'I bet you look good on the dance floor' and 'Dancing shoes' right through to their seductive, jaw dropping, riff-tastic songs 'My propeller' and 'Don't sit down cause I moved your chair'.

Frontman 'Sir' Alex Turner knows how to work a crowd with a bit of cheeky banter and endless appreciation to their fans, which is always an added bonus.

With Arctic Monkeys, always expect the unexpected. Arctic Monkeys is the most riveting mainstream band you could see live.

They feature music from their first release to their last, create a powerful atmosphere for fans, and Alex Turner interacts with the crowd in a refreshing way with his exotic accent.

Arctic Monkeys' music varies from upbeat to slower tempo, but in my opinion all of it is amazing. They could potentially play any venue successfully due to their great stage presence and how similar their live music is to their recorded music.

I was astounded by their true talent, which is hard to find in mainstream music today with the excessive use of autotune and other enhancement programs.

My favourite part of the concert was when they played "I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor" because it was a song that the majority of concert attendees knew and the vibe completely changed when they played the song.

It brought new and old fans together and excited the audience. The most surprising thing was that I thought it wasn't going to be a very good concert due to the fact that I paid for last minute seats in the back, but honestly, it didn't affect the atmosphere at all!

The concert was even better than most of the concerts I've been up close to in large venues. Overall, they played a great live show and it was one of the best concerts I've ever been to.

I'd highly recommend buying tickets and experiencing some real musical talent and live playing. The whole experience was amazing.

Although the Lemon Twigs were down a brother With Brian having to go home due to being ill it did not effect their electric performance, finishing the set with one of their best songs 'As Long As Were Together'.

And then of course. The Arctic Monkeys came on and the crowd lost it before they'd even started playing. The set they played was a perfect balance between the new album and their older stuff and not a single person was sitting down by the last song.

As they packed up and walked off the crowd as is to be expected started cheering for another song and as per usual Alex Turner does not disappoint!

People aren't crazy about the new album but "Four out of Five" has enough swagger to start the gig and even though they played a bit too early for me the catalogue and band's attitude is far more than enough to keep even the most cynical me happy.

That's where I draw the line. Flash Seats Finally, my long awaited chance to see Arctic Monkeys. In concert. How can that not make anyone crazy with joy?

True, finding somewhere comfortable to sit in the Klipsch Lawns that wasn't covered in mud or bird poop was hard and stressful, but it all disappeared the second the electrifying riff of "Do I Wanna Know?

After that, all that worried me was completely gone as I soon found myself every single second. And oh yeah, White Denim know how to kick some butt as well, as they somehow managed to make and awesome concert even more enjoyable.

My only regret? That the concert couldn't go on forever. Visually Stunning, musically vivid, here's to you Alex Turner and your Arctic Monkeys, may your music always be more than awesome!

I had an absolutely fantastic time seeing the Arctic Monkeys live, without a doubt. Their set list was delivered very well; the concert started with a few fun songs, wound down to slow songs, and build back up again to more fun songs to end the night with.

They upheld their reputation of talent on their instruments, of course. These guys played in a way that made everyone in the crowd fell alive and on fire.

Seeing them at an outside venue was marvelous. It was open so you weren't going deaf, there was a little more space between each person, and the sound was able to get to everyone without being overwhelming.

The opener, White Denim, definitely impressed me. The whole experience was unforgettable. I love them more after this concert!

The Arctic Monkeys are amazing live. I was already in love with them just listening to their music on my phone. But live?

Their lead singer, Alex Turner, has a lot of interesting and funny dance moves. During the show, there were a lot of cool lights and everyone was having a good time.

If you really need to read a review to decide whether or not you should go to the Arctic Monkeys concert, then you're not as in love with them as you should be in order to go to their concert.

But since I've already written so much, I hope you divide to go because it is a truly unforgettable experience. Very disappointing. I'd waited for years to see the Arctic Monkeys and I was left very disappointed by their show.

They had no connection with the audience, they played a series of songs, with lengthy gaps of silence in between each song. On the way out, I heard a lot of people saying how disappointed they were too.

Great show at Artpark in Lewiston, NY!! As a fan since and having never seen the Arctic Monkeys live, I was more than excited for this show.

A hot night, which threatened rain didn't dampen my eagerness and the boys from Sheffield definitely did not disappoint.

The crowd was into the bands performance from the very beginning as Arctic Monkeys played a hard-hitting, heavy riff based set, with a few acoustic songs to help the crowd catch it's breath.

I just found out about Arctic Monkeys this year because a friend suggested them to me. I listened to Arabella and I was hooked immediately.

I later found out they were coming to my city, so obviously I HAD to go. At the time, I really didn't like their old stuff, but after going to that concert, I loved it all.

I really loved how Alex Turner would just talk in between songs to the audience. It was my first concert ever, and they didn't dissapoint.

That Arctic Monkeys concert was the best night of my life by far. I only wish I could go back in time and relive that night. I swear Alex Turner and his hips will be the death of me!

Such an amazing gig though, the Monkeys create such an electric atmosphere, everyone was jumping around and singing their heads off.

The encore was superb; a nice bit of solo acoustic stuff from Alex thrown in which really mellowed the crowd out. I enjoyed myself immensely and can't wait for them to return to Ireland in the future, I'll definitely be one of the first in line to buy a ticket!

I've been to my fair share or concerts, and I can easily say Arctic Monkeys at Staples Center was the greatest concert I've ever been to. Even though our seats were as high up as you could get, we had the most amazing time and loved every second of it.

We sang and danced our hearts out all night, and when they left the stage the crowd went wild for an encore. Specially Mr.

Alex Turner. The setlist is a real trip through their career so far and even thought they had to cut a few fan favorites, the most meaningful songs are there, shining and evoking beautiful sing-a-longs.

One of the highlights ended up being an acoustic rendition of "Mardy Bum", right before the last song, very effusively requested by the fans and beautifully delivered by Alex Turner, all by himself.

Whenever he was not playing guitar and singing with his eyes closed, he would leave the guitar, hold the mic with two hands and dance like no one even knew he could.

Oh, Mr. You've become quite the frontman! One of the most interesting things about them is that you'll get the same thrill by watching a large arena set and a small, intimate performance.

Their songs are just that powerful. And these guys aren't even in their 30's yet! Long live to the Arctic Monkeys!

Some would say they have done the full in their last 5 albums, but they still somehow manage to create something different and even more meaningful each time a new release comes along, which is what you want from a mainstream band.

As they have had to grow up as well as lock down their career in a relatively short period of time, their sounds represent a different stage in their lives from overnight success, heartache and self discovery.

After hiding away in the desert to record an epic follow up album to 'Suck it and see' Admirable contribution from Josh Homme the sheer dedication to their music was sincerely portrayed in 'AM' and things got really serious over night.

After a test drive of the new material at Glastonbury , a few new hairstyles and a nonchalant attitude the band became pure rock and roll stars.

From small venues to outdoor arenas Arctic Monkeys can do no wrong - With carefully selected playlists to cover their early and playful classics such as 'I bet you look good on the dance floor' and 'Dancing shoes' right through to their seductive, jaw dropping, riff-tastic songs 'My propeller' and 'Don't sit down cause I moved your chair'.

Frontman 'Sir' Alex Turner knows how to work a crowd with a bit of cheeky banter and endless appreciation to their fans, which is always an added bonus.

With Arctic Monkeys, always expect the unexpected. Arctic Monkeys is the most riveting mainstream band you could see live.

They feature music from their first release to their last, create a powerful atmosphere for fans, and Alex Turner interacts with the crowd in a refreshing way with his exotic accent.

Arctic Monkeys' music varies from upbeat to slower tempo, but in my opinion all of it is amazing.

They could potentially play any venue successfully due to their great stage presence and how similar their live music is to their recorded music.

I was astounded by their true talent, which is hard to find in mainstream music today with the excessive use of autotune and other enhancement programs.

My favourite part of the concert was when they played "I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor" because it was a song that the majority of concert attendees knew and the vibe completely changed when they played the song.

It brought new and old fans together and excited the audience. The most surprising thing was that I thought it wasn't going to be a very good concert due to the fact that I paid for last minute seats in the back, but honestly, it didn't affect the atmosphere at all!

The concert was even better than most of the concerts I've been up close to in large venues. Overall, they played a great live show and it was one of the best concerts I've ever been to.

I'd highly recommend buying tickets and experiencing some real musical talent and live playing. The whole experience was amazing.

Although the Lemon Twigs were down a brother With Brian having to go home due to being ill it did not effect their electric performance, finishing the set with one of their best songs 'As Long As Were Together'.

And then of course. The Arctic Monkeys came on and the crowd lost it before they'd even started playing. The set they played was a perfect balance between the new album and their older stuff and not a single person was sitting down by the last song.

As they packed up and walked off the crowd as is to be expected started cheering for another song and as per usual Alex Turner does not disappoint!

People aren't crazy about the new album but "Four out of Five" has enough swagger to start the gig and even though they played a bit too early for me the catalogue and band's attitude is far more than enough to keep even the most cynical me happy.

That's where I draw the line. Flash Seats Finally, my long awaited chance to see Arctic Monkeys. In concert. How can that not make anyone crazy with joy?

True, finding somewhere comfortable to sit in the Klipsch Lawns that wasn't covered in mud or bird poop was hard and stressful, but it all disappeared the second the electrifying riff of "Do I Wanna Know?

After that, all that worried me was completely gone as I soon found myself every single second. And oh yeah, White Denim know how to kick some butt as well, as they somehow managed to make and awesome concert even more enjoyable.

My only regret? That the concert couldn't go on forever. Visually Stunning, musically vivid, here's to you Alex Turner and your Arctic Monkeys, may your music always be more than awesome!

I had an absolutely fantastic time seeing the Arctic Monkeys live, without a doubt. Their set list was delivered very well; the concert started with a few fun songs, wound down to slow songs, and build back up again to more fun songs to end the night with.

They upheld their reputation of talent on their instruments, of course. These guys played in a way that made everyone in the crowd fell alive and on fire.

Seeing them at an outside venue was marvelous. It was open so you weren't going deaf, there was a little more space between each person, and the sound was able to get to everyone without being overwhelming.

The opener, White Denim, definitely impressed me. The whole experience was unforgettable. I love them more after this concert! The Arctic Monkeys are amazing live.

I was already in love with them just listening to their music on my phone. But live? Their lead singer, Alex Turner, has a lot of interesting and funny dance moves.

During the show, there were a lot of cool lights and everyone was having a good time. If you really need to read a review to decide whether or not you should go to the Arctic Monkeys concert, then you're not as in love with them as you should be in order to go to their concert.

But since I've already written so much, I hope you divide to go because it is a truly unforgettable experience. Very disappointing.

I'd waited for years to see the Arctic Monkeys and I was left very disappointed by their show. They had no connection with the audience, they played a series of songs, with lengthy gaps of silence in between each song.

On the way out, I heard a lot of people saying how disappointed they were too. Great show at Artpark in Lewiston, NY!!

As a fan since and having never seen the Arctic Monkeys live, I was more than excited for this show. A hot night, which threatened rain didn't dampen my eagerness and the boys from Sheffield definitely did not disappoint.

The crowd was into the bands performance from the very beginning as Arctic Monkeys played a hard-hitting, heavy riff based set, with a few acoustic songs to help the crowd catch it's breath.

I just found out about Arctic Monkeys this year because a friend suggested them to me. I listened to Arabella and I was hooked immediately.

I later found out they were coming to my city, so obviously I HAD to go. At the time, I really didn't like their old stuff, but after going to that concert, I loved it all.

I really loved how Alex Turner would just talk in between songs to the audience. It was my first concert ever, and they didn't dissapoint.

That Arctic Monkeys concert was the best night of my life by far. I only wish I could go back in time and relive that night.

I swear Alex Turner and his hips will be the death of me! Such an amazing gig though, the Monkeys create such an electric atmosphere, everyone was jumping around and singing their heads off.

The encore was superb; a nice bit of solo acoustic stuff from Alex thrown in which really mellowed the crowd out. I enjoyed myself immensely and can't wait for them to return to Ireland in the future, I'll definitely be one of the first in line to buy a ticket!

I've been to my fair share or concerts, and I can easily say Arctic Monkeys at Staples Center was the greatest concert I've ever been to.

Even though our seats were as high up as you could get, we had the most amazing time and loved every second of it. We sang and danced our hearts out all night, and when they left the stage the crowd went wild for an encore.

They did not disappoint, they came back out full throttle and just killed it with the best songs. They closed out with R U Mine and it was truly a magical moment.

It was a perfect night and I would most definitely see them again. Brilliant from start to finish. The Lemon Twigs opened and were really good.

The Arctic Monkeys came on with a great setlist of 21 songs. The band were as good as they have ever been.

I would go tonight again if I could. The perfect blend of nostalgia and killer new tracks. With a set that made you wonder when the muzak would start and then everything kicked off into an amazing set of some of the best rock that you could ever hope to see performed with panache and style and a level of nonchalance.

With surprises of the Ritz to the rubble and to the obvious Do I want know and bet you look good on the dance floor.

The song choice was everything you could hope for and performed even better! Our first disappointing show since coming to London.

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Why not be the first to write one? You've become quite the frontman! One of the most interesting things about them is that you'll get the same thrill by watching a large arena set and a small, intimate performance.

Their songs are just that powerful. And these guys aren't even in their 30's yet! Long live to the Arctic Monkeys! Some would say they have done the full in their last 5 albums, but they still somehow manage to create something different and even more meaningful each time a new release comes along, which is what you want from a mainstream band.

As they have had to grow up as well as lock down their career in a relatively short period of time, their sounds represent a different stage in their lives from overnight success, heartache and self discovery.

After hiding away in the desert to record an epic follow up album to 'Suck it and see' Admirable contribution from Josh Homme the sheer dedication to their music was sincerely portrayed in 'AM' and things got really serious over night.

After a test drive of the new material at Glastonbury , a few new hairstyles and a nonchalant attitude the band became pure rock and roll stars.

From small venues to outdoor arenas Arctic Monkeys can do no wrong - With carefully selected playlists to cover their early and playful classics such as 'I bet you look good on the dance floor' and 'Dancing shoes' right through to their seductive, jaw dropping, riff-tastic songs 'My propeller' and 'Don't sit down cause I moved your chair'.

Frontman 'Sir' Alex Turner knows how to work a crowd with a bit of cheeky banter and endless appreciation to their fans, which is always an added bonus.

With Arctic Monkeys, always expect the unexpected. Arctic Monkeys is the most riveting mainstream band you could see live.

They feature music from their first release to their last, create a powerful atmosphere for fans, and Alex Turner interacts with the crowd in a refreshing way with his exotic accent.

Arctic Monkeys' music varies from upbeat to slower tempo, but in my opinion all of it is amazing.

They could potentially play any venue successfully due to their great stage presence and how similar their live music is to their recorded music.

I was astounded by their true talent, which is hard to find in mainstream music today with the excessive use of autotune and other enhancement programs.

My favourite part of the concert was when they played "I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor" because it was a song that the majority of concert attendees knew and the vibe completely changed when they played the song.

It brought new and old fans together and excited the audience. The most surprising thing was that I thought it wasn't going to be a very good concert due to the fact that I paid for last minute seats in the back, but honestly, it didn't affect the atmosphere at all!

The concert was even better than most of the concerts I've been up close to in large venues. Overall, they played a great live show and it was one of the best concerts I've ever been to.

I'd highly recommend buying tickets and experiencing some real musical talent and live playing. The whole experience was amazing. Although the Lemon Twigs were down a brother With Brian having to go home due to being ill it did not effect their electric performance, finishing the set with one of their best songs 'As Long As Were Together'.

And then of course. The Arctic Monkeys came on and the crowd lost it before they'd even started playing. The set they played was a perfect balance between the new album and their older stuff and not a single person was sitting down by the last song.

As they packed up and walked off the crowd as is to be expected started cheering for another song and as per usual Alex Turner does not disappoint!

People aren't crazy about the new album but "Four out of Five" has enough swagger to start the gig and even though they played a bit too early for me the catalogue and band's attitude is far more than enough to keep even the most cynical me happy.

That's where I draw the line. Flash Seats Finally, my long awaited chance to see Arctic Monkeys. In concert. How can that not make anyone crazy with joy?

True, finding somewhere comfortable to sit in the Klipsch Lawns that wasn't covered in mud or bird poop was hard and stressful, but it all disappeared the second the electrifying riff of "Do I Wanna Know?

After that, all that worried me was completely gone as I soon found myself every single second. And oh yeah, White Denim know how to kick some butt as well, as they somehow managed to make and awesome concert even more enjoyable.

My only regret? That the concert couldn't go on forever. Visually Stunning, musically vivid, here's to you Alex Turner and your Arctic Monkeys, may your music always be more than awesome!

I had an absolutely fantastic time seeing the Arctic Monkeys live, without a doubt. Their set list was delivered very well; the concert started with a few fun songs, wound down to slow songs, and build back up again to more fun songs to end the night with.

They upheld their reputation of talent on their instruments, of course. These guys played in a way that made everyone in the crowd fell alive and on fire.

Seeing them at an outside venue was marvelous. It was open so you weren't going deaf, there was a little more space between each person, and the sound was able to get to everyone without being overwhelming.

The opener, White Denim, definitely impressed me. The whole experience was unforgettable. I love them more after this concert! The Arctic Monkeys are amazing live.

I was already in love with them just listening to their music on my phone. But live? Their lead singer, Alex Turner, has a lot of interesting and funny dance moves.

During the show, there were a lot of cool lights and everyone was having a good time. If you really need to read a review to decide whether or not you should go to the Arctic Monkeys concert, then you're not as in love with them as you should be in order to go to their concert.

But since I've already written so much, I hope you divide to go because it is a truly unforgettable experience. Very disappointing. I'd waited for years to see the Arctic Monkeys and I was left very disappointed by their show.

They had no connection with the audience, they played a series of songs, with lengthy gaps of silence in between each song. On the way out, I heard a lot of people saying how disappointed they were too.

Great show at Artpark in Lewiston, NY!! As a fan since and having never seen the Arctic Monkeys live, I was more than excited for this show.

A hot night, which threatened rain didn't dampen my eagerness and the boys from Sheffield definitely did not disappoint. The crowd was into the bands performance from the very beginning as Arctic Monkeys played a hard-hitting, heavy riff based set, with a few acoustic songs to help the crowd catch it's breath.

I just found out about Arctic Monkeys this year because a friend suggested them to me. I listened to Arabella and I was hooked immediately.

Finally, my long awaited chance to see Arctic Monkeys. In concert. How can that not make anyone crazy with joy? True, finding somewhere comfortable to sit in the Klipsch Lawns that wasn't covered in mud or bird poop was hard and stressful, but it all disappeared the second the electrifying riff of "Do I Wanna Know?

After that, all that worried me was completely gone as I soon found myself every single second. And oh yeah, White Denim know how to kick some butt as well, as they somehow managed to make and awesome concert even more enjoyable.

My only regret? That the concert couldn't go on forever. Visually Stunning, musically vivid, here's to you Alex Turner and your Arctic Monkeys, may your music always be more than awesome!

I had an absolutely fantastic time seeing the Arctic Monkeys live, without a doubt. Their set list was delivered very well; the concert started with a few fun songs, wound down to slow songs, and build back up again to more fun songs to end the night with.

They upheld their reputation of talent on their instruments, of course. These guys played in a way that made everyone in the crowd fell alive and on fire.

Seeing them at an outside venue was marvelous. It was open so you weren't going deaf, there was a little more space between each person, and the sound was able to get to everyone without being overwhelming.

The opener, White Denim, definitely impressed me. The whole experience was unforgettable. I love them more after this concert! The Arctic Monkeys are amazing live.

I was already in love with them just listening to their music on my phone. But live? Their lead singer, Alex Turner, has a lot of interesting and funny dance moves.

During the show, there were a lot of cool lights and everyone was having a good time. If you really need to read a review to decide whether or not you should go to the Arctic Monkeys concert, then you're not as in love with them as you should be in order to go to their concert.

But since I've already written so much, I hope you divide to go because it is a truly unforgettable experience. Very disappointing. I'd waited for years to see the Arctic Monkeys and I was left very disappointed by their show.

They had no connection with the audience, they played a series of songs, with lengthy gaps of silence in between each song.

On the way out, I heard a lot of people saying how disappointed they were too. Great show at Artpark in Lewiston, NY!!

As a fan since and having never seen the Arctic Monkeys live, I was more than excited for this show. A hot night, which threatened rain didn't dampen my eagerness and the boys from Sheffield definitely did not disappoint.

The crowd was into the bands performance from the very beginning as Arctic Monkeys played a hard-hitting, heavy riff based set, with a few acoustic songs to help the crowd catch it's breath.

I just found out about Arctic Monkeys this year because a friend suggested them to me. I listened to Arabella and I was hooked immediately. I later found out they were coming to my city, so obviously I HAD to go.

At the time, I really didn't like their old stuff, but after going to that concert, I loved it all. I really loved how Alex Turner would just talk in between songs to the audience.

It was my first concert ever, and they didn't dissapoint. That Arctic Monkeys concert was the best night of my life by far.

I only wish I could go back in time and relive that night. I swear Alex Turner and his hips will be the death of me! Such an amazing gig though, the Monkeys create such an electric atmosphere, everyone was jumping around and singing their heads off.

The encore was superb; a nice bit of solo acoustic stuff from Alex thrown in which really mellowed the crowd out. I enjoyed myself immensely and can't wait for them to return to Ireland in the future, I'll definitely be one of the first in line to buy a ticket!

I've been to my fair share or concerts, and I can easily say Arctic Monkeys at Staples Center was the greatest concert I've ever been to. Even though our seats were as high up as you could get, we had the most amazing time and loved every second of it.

We sang and danced our hearts out all night, and when they left the stage the crowd went wild for an encore. They did not disappoint, they came back out full throttle and just killed it with the best songs.

They closed out with R U Mine and it was truly a magical moment. It was a perfect night and I would most definitely see them again.

Brilliant from start to finish. The Lemon Twigs opened and were really good. The Arctic Monkeys came on with a great setlist of 21 songs.

The band were as good as they have ever been. I would go tonight again if I could. The perfect blend of nostalgia and killer new tracks.

With a set that made you wonder when the muzak would start and then everything kicked off into an amazing set of some of the best rock that you could ever hope to see performed with panache and style and a level of nonchalance.

With surprises of the Ritz to the rubble and to the obvious Do I want know and bet you look good on the dance floor. The song choice was everything you could hope for and performed even better!

Our first disappointing show since coming to London.

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