Arkells tickets

Arkells Tickets

Canadian alt rock band Arkells have dominated the charts in their homeland and rise to international acclaim. The band consists of drummer Tim Oxford, guitarists Max Kerman, Mike DeAngelis and Anthony Carone sharing vocals with Nick Dika on bass.

See them impress everyone when they perform at ULU Live - London on Thursday 25th of July 2019.

As the excitement builds, so does the demand for Arkells tickets. We know these will go fast so make sure you act quickly and book yours before they all get snatched up. Gigantic enables you to make gig ticket bookings 24/7 whilst relaxing at home or busy on the go using your computer, smartphone or tablet.

Arkells tickets will soon become available. Launched at 10:00 on Friday 24th of May, you can set a personal reminder to arrive to you via text message or email through Gigantic so you are ready for their release.


Hailing from Hamilton in Ontario, the band met at university and took their name from Arkell Street nearby their campus which was where they lived and practised music. They self-released their debut EP Deadlines in 2007 and later began touring the country playing support for Matt Mays & El Torpedo.

They continued their self-releases with their first album Jackson Square in 2008 which helped them win the (Canadian Artists Selected By You) CASBY Award for Favourite New Artist the following year. Their breakthrough moment came in 2011 with the release of the second album Michigan Left. The record rose to #5 in the Canadian charts and was nominated for Rock Album Of The Year at the Juno Awards. This paved the way for High Noon which hit #3 and was certified Gold after selling more than 40,000 copies.

Now firmly in the headlights of the mainstream the awards came flooding in, winning Rock Album Of The Year for High Noon and Group Of The Year at the 2015 Juno Awards.

Arkells returned with their fourth LP Morning Report which shot straight to #3 in 2016. It was followed two years later by their critically acclaimed latest album Rally Cry.

Rally Cry is political but it’s much more than just criticism and anger; there’s a plan here, and it is propped up by hope. There are storytelling qualities that reflect Bruce Springsteen, with tales of small towns and grassroots movements. In this political climate, we must feed off our collective energy to make things right again. We are in this together, and Arkells have just given us protest music to share.” - Kendra Brea Cooper, Indie Is Not A Genre

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