Ahead of the release of their new album ‘Simulation Theory’, Muse have announced details of a massive world tour, set to take place in 2019.
The band will kick things off over in North American in February, before heading mainland Europe in May. They’ve currently got two UK shows scheduled for June, at the London Stadium, and Manchester’s Etihad Stadium. Not too shabby, ey?
Their full list of tour dates is as follows, with more shows expected to be announced shortly.
22 Houston, TX, Toyota Center
24 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
26 Phoenix, AZ Talking Stick Resort Arena
28 Salt Lake City, UT Vivint Smart Home Arena
02 Las Vegas, NV Mandalay Bay Events Center
05 San Diego, CA Valley View Casino Center
07 Sacramento, CA Golden 1 Center
09 Oakland, CA Oracle Arena
24 Sunrise, FL BB&T Center
26 Atlanta, GA State Farm Arena
28 Toronto, ON Scotiabank Arena
30 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
31 Quebec City, QC Videotron Centre
02 Washington D.C. Capital One Arena
04 Detroit, MI Little Caesars Arena
07 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
10 Boston, MA TD Garden
26 Prague, CZE Letiste Letnany
28 Budapest, HUN Papp Laszlo Budapest Sportarena
29 Graz, AUT Stadthalle Graz
01 London, UK London Stadium
08 Manchester, UK Etihad Stadium
12 Riga, LAT Arena Riga
15 Moscow, RUS Luzhniki Stadium
18 Helsinki, FIN Suvilahti Open Air
22 Krakow, POL Tauron Arena
27 Nijmegen, NLD Goffertpark
29 Cologne, GERMANY RheinEnergieStadion
30 Werchter, BEL – Werchter Festival
03 Zurich, SWI Hallenstadion
06 Paris, FRA Stade de France
09 Marseille, FRA Stade Orange Velodrom
12 Milan, ITA San Siro Stadium
16 Bordeaux, FRA Matmut Atlantique
20 Rome, ITA Stadio Olimpico
24 Lisbon, PRT Passeio Maritimo de Alges
26 Madrid, SPA Wanda Metropolitano
Anyone who has already pre-ordered the band’s new album will get a chance to buy tickets on Tuesday 13th November at 10am, before they go on general sale next Friday 16th November at 9am.
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