What songs did Arctic Monkeys sing at Glastonbury?

What songs did Arctic Monkeys sing at Glastonbury?

See the setlist for Arctic Monkeys’ headline Glastonbury 2013 set:

  • Do I Wanna Know?
  • Brianstorm.
  • Dancing Shoes.
  • Don’t Sit Down ‘Cause I’ve Moved Your Chair.
  • Teddy Picker.
  • Crying Lightning.
  • Brick by Brick.
  • Fake Tales of San Francisco.

When did Arctic Monkeys play Glastonbury?

Six years after their debut at the festival, Sheffield band Artic Monkeys returned to headline the Pyramid Stage for the second time in 2013.

How many people watched Arctic Monkeys at Glastonbury?

For four young lads from Sheffield to step onto the Pyramid stage and deliver a set of bangers for a ravenous and raucous 100,000 people-strong crowd was a big ask.

What songs did Arctic Monkeys play at Glastonbury 2013?

Arctic Monkeys have closed the first day of Glastonbury 2013, performing a headline set to an enormous crowd at the Pyramid Stage. The Sheffield band began their set with new single ‘Do I Wanna Know? ‘ before playing ‘Brianstorm’ and ‘Dancing Shoes’.

Will Arctic Monkeys play at Glastonbury?

RUMOUR: Arctic Monkeys Glastonbury wasn’t held in the year of Tranquility Base, but with rumours that the Sheffield band are recording new material, 2022 could be another big year for the Monkeys.

What year did Arctic Monkeys first headline Glastonbury?

History 2007 Also introduced this year was the award winning anti-touting registration system for ticket buyers. The Arctic Monkeys played their first Glastonbury set headlining the Pyramid Stage on the Friday night and The Who pulled out all the stops as the closing band on Sunday.

Will Arctic Monkeys play Glastonbury 2022?

Arctic Monkeys have announced their first festival appearances for 2022 – check out the full schedule below. The Sheffield band, who last performed live in April 2019, revealed last week (November 16) that they’ll embark on a string of European dates next August.

How many people went to Glastonbury 2007?

Attendance 135,000 Weekend Tickets, 37,500 passes(for crew, performers, stewards,traders etc,) and 5,000 Sunday Tickets. Tickets were £145 including programme.