Chemical Brothers Announce 2023 UK/Ireland Arena Dates

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As usual, guests at a Chemical Brothers show will be treated to exquisite production.

The Chemical Brothers have announced a series of UK arena dates for autumn 2023, plus a show in Ireland. Full dates below.

The Chemical Brothers recently released their first new music in two years, in the form of the acid track “No Reason.” They are currently working on their tenth album which is due for release later this year.

Arguably one of the most influential electronic music acts in history, The Chemical Brothers have produced pioneering music and live shows across three decades in the game. They have sold over 13 million albums (reaching No 1 in the UK six times) and close to 20 million singles and their tracks have been streamed over 3 billion times.

The Chemical Brothers also have a few U.S. shows coming up this year, including performances at both Coachella weekends, and a show at the Santa Barbara Bowl in-between, April 16.

The band last visited the U.S. for a one-off show at 1st Bank Center in Broomfield, CO, Sept. 23, 2022, before headlining Goldenvoice’s inaugural Portola music festival in San Francisco, Sept. 25.

See: Portola Music Festival Announces Inaugural Lineup With Flume, The Chemical Brothers & More

Their last UK run was in 2019. It included a Nov. 30 stop at The O2, London, where they sold 14,193 tickets for a gross of $826,916, according to Pollstar’s Boxoffice, as well as shows at the OVO Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland, Nov. 23 (11,331 tickets,$522,390), and Manchester Arena, Nov. 22 (10,164 tickets, $498,632).

They also performed in Australia on that run, selling out Melbourne Arena on Nov. 5 (8,287 tickets, $580,823), and The Dome at the Sydney Showgrounds on Nov. 2 (10,018 tickets, $844,032).

The Chemical Brothers 2023 UK Arena Dates:
Oct. 26 – OVO Hydro – Glasgow, Scotland
Oct. 27 – AO Arena – Manchester, England
Oct. 28 – First Direct Arena – Leeds, England
Nov. 1 – 3Arena – Dublin, Ireland
Nov. 3 – Utilita Arena – Birmingham, England
Nov. 4 – The O2 – London, England

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