Arctic Monkeys LA door times: what time do doors open at Kia Forum - how long is show?

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How long can you expect Arctic Monkeys to be on stage in North America

Arctic Monkeys will continue The Car tour with three shows in Los Angeles.

The Sheffield rockers are playing shows across North America, having completed a hugely succesful tour ofthe British isles this summer. Fans in the US and Canada can get a glimpse of what to expect during The Car tour by looking at the previous setlists.

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The tour will come to Kia Forum in Inglewood, Los Angeles, CA on Friday (29 September), Saturday (30 September) and Sunday (1 October).

But how long will the band be on stage in Utah this week? Here is all you need to know.

When do the doors open?

The terrace will open at 5pm and the doors will open at Kia Forum at 7pm on all three nights, according to the venue's website. The concert will begin at 8pm.

How long does an Arctic Monkeys concert last?

It's been a busy 2023 for the Arctic Monkeys so far, trotting around the globe throughout this year already, including a recent run of shows in Europe.

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During The Cars tour in Europe the sets have lasted approximately 90 minutes. Arctic Monkeys tend to perform around 21 songs on each date of the tour.

During their stop in Sheffield, the band were on stage at Hillsborough Park from 8.50pm to 10.30pm - meaning the set lasted 1 hour 40 minutes.

Arctic Monkeys shows in North America have lasted a similar length of time so far. The band played a show at the United Center in Chicago, IL on 27 August and performed from 9.20pm until 11pm. It was a set lasting 1 hour 40 minutes.

What time will LA show start and end?

For the Arctic Monkeys shows at Kia Forum, the concert will start at 8pm - and will end before 11pm.

A support act - Fontaines D.C. - will perform before Arctic Monkeys take to the stage. The band have begun their sets at around 9.20pm each night on the North American tour so far, for reference.

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