Arctic Monkeys Headline Lollapalooza in South America

With a limited number of expected performances this year, being an Arctic Monkeys fan has been less than exciting post-Tranquilty Base Hotel & Casino. After the release of their acclaimed sixth-studio album, the band has officially begun to wind down their tour in support of the studio album. They are currently in South America headlining festival performances i.e., Lollapalooza in South America.
The three-date festival took place on March 30th, 31st, and will conclude on April 5th in São Paulo, Brazil. The popular festival brings the band to South American countries Chile, Argentina, and Brazil for one of the coveted headlining slots to fans ranging in the thousands.
Check out Arctic Monkeys open their set with "Do I Wanna Know" and "Brainstorm":

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Arctic Monkeys kicked off their set with AM No. 1 single "Do I Wanna Know" and 2007 rock anthem "Brainstorm." The majority of the set consisted of tracks from their latest piano-driven Tranquility Base release including "Snap Out of It," "One Point Perspective," The Ultracheese," and the album's lead single "Four Out of Five."
Aside from their more recent work, Alex Turner & Co. incorporated older fan-favorite tracks and hits that are bonafide crowd pleasers. The band inevitably crafted their setlist by touching upon every album since their 2006 debut Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not.
The 21-track setlist included rock anthems "I Bet You Look Good on the Dance Floor," "Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?," and "Don't Sit Down Because I Moved Your Chair." They also made sure to include fan-favorite tracks "Pretty Visitors," "Library Pictures," and "Cornerstone," as heard from their 2009 Humbug record.
Arctic Monkeys made sure to save their absolute best (and most well known tracks) for last. The brits kicked off the three-song encore with Tranquility fan-favorite track "Star Treatment," before transitioning into rhythmic hit "Arabella." The band officially ended their set with one of their most sought after tracks from 2013's AM, "R U Mine?"
Check out Arctic Monkeys full setlist from their headlining slot at Lollapalooza in in Santiago, Chile:
Arctic Monkey's Setlist
Even though they are not slated for a full tour in 2019, Arctic Monkeys are set to head to Colombia to headline Estero Picnic Festival April 5th to April 7th. For more information, head over to the band's website. Don't forget to check back with for all official setlist updates!
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