Artic Monkeys To Play Special Fan Show In London

The band celebrate the release of ‘Humbug’

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Artic Monkeys have revealed that they will play a special London show and are giving members of their mailing list a chance to grab tickets first.

The gig at Brixton Academy on Wednesday August 26 will be their first live appearance after releasing their third album ‘Humbug’ earlier that week (August 24).

The band have announced that there will be “very special guests” but have not revealed any names yet.

Fans must register for tickets by midnight on Wednesday (19 August).

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