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Also playing TRNSMT this year are The Killers, Liam Gallagher and Stereophonics with more acts still to be announced.
poised to release their sixth studio album this year, we give you the news, rumours and latest updates on where they'll be playing in 2018. Arctic Monkeys is de derde headliner van Best Kept Secret 2018! https://t.co/Vg Ljkb Zd MA pic.twitter.com/Pfnjt MOy Ly — Best Kept Secret (@BKSfestival) January 29, 2018 The Woodlands are calling Passes on sale Friday, 1/12 at 10am ET.Arctic Monkeys' as-yet-untitled sixth studio album and the follow-up to 2013's AM is on its way, which can only mean one thing... We're pleased to announce our live dates in September 2018. Support comes from @thelemontwigs - for more information head to https://t.co/j1h Ce XFZBM pic.twitter.com/Kj NK5mn1Fq — Arctic Monkeys (@Arctic Monkeys) April 9, 2018 Taking place between 30 May and 2 June in Barcelona's Parc del Fòrum, the 2018 line-up features Nick Cave, The National, Lorde, Bjork, The War On Drugs, CHVRCHES and more. Special one-day pricing available Friday only till pm ET!pic.twitter.com/O4ZPLdg Lwy — Firefly Festival (@Live At Firefly) January 11, 2018 It's already shaping up to be one of the biggest festivals of 2018, despite only being in its second year.• @Arctic Monkeys confirmed at NOS Alive'18 July 12th! På samme scene, samme dag, spiller @arcadefire https://t.co/HIYVv Gl44x For en åpningsdag i Tøyenparken!#Artic Monkeys #NOSAlive #Portugal pic.twitter.com/WL1Mh Ram Ik — NOS Alive (@NOS_Alive) January 29, 2018 The Spanish festival also includes Alice In Chains, The Big Moon, Depeche Mode, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Fleet Foxes, Jack White, James Bay, Kasabian, Queens Of The Stone Age, Tame Impala and more between 12 and 14 July 2018. #øyaslipp pic.twitter.com/WTz HHwgs LX — Øyafestivalen (@oyafestival) January 29, 2018 Are you ready for some more #flowfestival2018 acts?The second was I Started Something I Couldn't Finish, one of just two Smiths songs to make the cut, the other being the still-wonderful How Soon Is Now? That's the trouble with being Morrissey; when you have a back catalogue as big as his, something is going to get missed out, and tonight it was the '90s and the noughties.
Only three songs from the entire two decades featured in the set, and one of those was the sole encore, Irish Blood, English Heart, which brought the show to a glorious - if abrupt - end.
Proceedings opened in low-key with I Wish You Lonely, one of the tracks on his latest album Low In High School, which this tour is promoting.
The album received mixed reviews, but he was preaching to the converted here.
That's testament to the continued popularity of a singer who even has the power to order meat to be removed from the menu at the food and drink stalls in a venue as big as this one.
Health scares notwithstanding, I'm pleased to report Morrissey's baritone voice was in good shape as he prowled the stage, whipping his microphone lead in trademark fashion.
By contrast, one of the standout moments of the night was the poignant Munich Air Disaster 1958, with the B-side performed against footage of the Busby Babes in action and the terrible aftermath of the crash.