From timings to travel, here is all you need to know ahead of the Arctic Monkeys performing at Carrow Road in Norwich.

What are the dates and times? 

The Arctic Monkeys, fronted by Alex Turner, will play at Carrow Road on Wednesday, June 7 2023, with the gates opening at 5pm. 

The Village is open from 2pm to 5pm for everyone, but from 5pm it will be accessible to pitch ticket-holders only.

While in 2022 there were two concerts in the football ground, with The Killers and Elton John, the Arctic Monkeys are the only act playing in 2023. 

What is the setlist for the Arctic Monkeys concert?

While the setlist has not been confirmed, the band is currently on The Car tour following the release of their seventh album in October 2022.

You can see the rumoured setlist here based on other shows that have already gone ahead.

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Who are the support acts? 

The support acts for the Arctic Monkeys at Carrow Road are The Hives and The Mysterines.

What are the concert timings? 

These are the times the acts are scheduled to perform. 

The Mysterines: 6.40pm

The Hives: 7.35pm

Arctic Monkeys: 8.50pm

What can and can't I bring and what are the rules on food and drink?

Bags larger than an A4 piece of paper are not permitted and all bags will be searched on entry. 

The prohibited items include umbrellas, signs, banners, flags, professional camera or video equipment, glass, cans, bottles and thermos flasks - see the full list at

Food and drink (unless for medical purposes) are not permitted to be brought into the stadium except for one sealed bottle of water per person (max 500ml in a transparent plastic container), but the bottle must be sealed on entry.

One empty reusable bottle is permitted. There will be free water refill stations at the venue alongside food and drink concessions.  

Eastern Daily Press: The Arctic Monkeys play at Carrow Road in Norwich on June 7 Picture: Mike PageThe Arctic Monkeys play at Carrow Road in Norwich on June 7 Picture: Mike Page (Image: Mike Page)

How can I get there? 

Check the Greater Anglia website for the latest updates, but as it stands these are the last trains departing from Norwich. 

11.20pm to Lowestoft

Calling at: Brundall, Cantley, Reedham, Haddiscoe, Somerleyton, Oulton Broad North and Lowestoft.

11.22pm to Ely

Calling at: Wymondham, Attleborough, Thetford, Brandon and Ely.

11.27pm to Sheringham

Calling at: Salhouse, Hoverton and Wroxham, Worstead, North Walsham, Gunton, Roughton Road, Cromer, West Runton and Sheringham.

11.35pm to Ipswich

Calling at: Diss, Stowmarket and Ipswich.

11.40pm to Great Yarmouth

Calling at: Brundall Gardens, Brundall, Lingwood, Acle and Great Yarmouth.

The stadium is easily accessible on foot from the city centre and nearby car parks include Rose Lane, Chantry Place, Castle Quarter, Apcoa Connect and Riverside - visit to find accessible parking. 

There will be no event car parking at Norwich City Football Club.

Carrow Road Stadium is approximately a 19-minute walk from Norwich Bus Station - visit for further information.

Buses from Norwich Bus Station to Thickthorn Park-and-Ride will run until 11.45pm.

Are there tickets still available? 

Standing tickets are sold out but there are limited seats still available through websites such as Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

Hospitality packages and accessible tickets are purchased through the club directly - see details on the Canaries website.

Are there any age restrictions? 

In the pitch standing area, no under-14s are allowed and under-16s must be accompanied by an adult over 18.

Under 16s must also be accompanied by adults in the reserved seats, with children aged five and under not allowed. 

This list will be updated as more information is released.