Muse have unveiled details of a UK arena tour beginning later this year which will form part of a wider European tour.
The UK dates will be launched at the Glasgow SECC on October 24th, with twin shows at the O2 Arena in London following on October 26th and 27th. Further stops in Birmingham and at the Manchester Arena on November 1st will close the UK leg.
The UK dates are sandwiched in between a series of gigs on mainland Europe opening at the Park & Suites Arena in Montpellier, France on October 10th. Following the conclusion of their UK jaunt, the dates will resume at the Olympiahalle in Munich, Germany on November 12th. The tour is due to run right into December when it will be eventually wrapped up in Antwerp, Belgium on the 18th.
Tickets go on sale from next Thursday (June 14th) at 9am.
The tour is announced shortly after Muse revealed via a spoof online news broadcast that their sixth studio album ‘The 2nd Law‘ will be released in September.
Muse European tour dates:
Park & Suites Arena, Montpellier, France (10)
Bercy, Paris, France (18)
Palacio de Deportes, Madrid, Spain (20)
Zenith, Nantes, France (22)
SECC, Glasgow, UK (24)
O2 Arena, London, UK (26)
O2 Arena, London, UK (27)
LG Arena, Birmingham, UK (30)
Manchester Arena, Manchester (1)
Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany (12)
St. Jakobshalle, Basel, Switzerland (14)
Unipol Arena, Bologna, Italy (16)
Adriatic Arena, Pesaro, Italy (17)
Stadhalle, Vienna, Austria (19)
Arena, Budapest, Hungary (20)
O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic (22)
Atlas Arena, Lodz, Poland (23)
Spektrum Arena, Oslo, Norway (5)
Ericsson Globe, Stockholm, Sweden (6)
Arena, Malmo, Sweden (7)
Hartwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland (10)
Saku Arena, Talinn, Estonia (11)
Arena, Riga, Latvia (13)
O2 World, Hamburg, Germany (15)
Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands (17)
Sportspaleis, Antwerp, Belgium (18)
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