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Monday, 25th January 2021, 3:10 pm
Updated Monday, 25th January 2021, 3:11 pm
Jaqui Dowling with Arctic Monkeys Andy Nicholson, Matt Helders and Jamie Cook.
Jaqui Dowling with Arctic Monkeys Andy Nicholson, Matt Helders and Jamie Cook.

Take a look back at some old photos showing people queuing for tickets to an Arctic Monkeys gig or trying to get hold of ‘Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not’ – the sellout debut album from Sheffield’s famous sons which came out on January 23 2006.

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Pictured in 2006 was Lisa Bagnall, stewardess of Birdwell WMC, on Sheffield Road were the Artic Monkeys performed a gig last year holding a ticket stub

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Supervisor Nick Booth at the The Arctic Monkeys stand where the debut album sold out at W.H.Smith, Fargate back in 2006
Arctic Monkeys fans Neil Crofts and Darren Bradley, right, queing for tickets at Jacks Records in 2006
Arctic Monkeys fans queing for tickets at Jacks Records in 2006 as people tried to get their hands on the bands debut album
Arctic Monkeys fan Sarah Hatfield, of Mexborough, and her mum Julie Hatfield, who accompanied her to the group's gig in Chicago in 2006
Katie and Stephen Wood who were at the Artic Monkey's gig in Manchester in 2007
Pictured in 2008 after clinching the deal on the new Bowery bar, on the corner of Fitzwilliam Street and Division Street in Sheffield, are Joe Birkby from Hlw, James O'Hara, Michael Dean, David Jameson from Hlw and former artic monkey, Andy Nicholson.
Pictured at the Bowery, Division Street, Sheffield, where the Tramlines music event was launched in 2009. Seen at the launch LtoR are, Matt Helders of Artic Monkeys, James O'Hara, Sarah Nulty, and Toddla T
Artic Monkeys fan James Fox, 22, in queue for tickets at Sheffield Motorpoint Arena in 2013
Artic Monkeys fan Simone Berry, 17, of Hoyland, in queue for tickets at Sheffield Motorpoint Arena in 2013
Artic Monkeys fan Jack Sigsworth, 18, in queue for tickets at Sheffield Motorpoint Arena in 2013
In 2013 Artic Monkeys fan Becky Easton, 16, was in queue for tickets at Sheffield Motorpoint Arena
Artic Monkeys fan Brad Russell, 16, and friends, all in a queue for tickets at Sheffield Motorpoint Arena in 2013