Muse have announced a global tour in support of their new album Simulation Theory. The aptly titled Simulation Theory World Tour launches in Houston, Texas, on the 22 February 2019, reaching the UK in the summer for a show in London on 1 June 2019, a show in Bristol on 5 June and a show in Manchester on 8 June 2019.
Renowned for their live performances, Muse have celebrated huge acclaim since forming in 1994. Q Magazine has titled their live performance the “greatest show on earth”, with The Independent calling it “an evening that sets news standards for the possibilities of arena rock”.
For the latest tour, fans can access the new Enhanced Experience Package, inviting ticket holders to an exclusive Mixed Reality Pre-Show Party. Here they will can take part in three original virtual reality games inspired by tracks from the new album, as well as a concert ticket, show specific poster, interactive photos experience and more.
Muse is Matt Bellamy, Dominic Howard and Chris Wolstenholme. Simulation Theory, due for release on Friday 9 November 2018, is their first since 2015’s Drones and their eighth studio album to date.
Drones debuted at No.1 in 21 countries, and became their first No.1 album in the United States, securing a Grammy Award for Best Rock Album in February 2016.
Muse have two Grammy Awards to their name, an American Music Award, five MTV Europe Music Awards, two Brit Awards, 10 NME Awards, and seven Q Awards.
Last updated: January, 2019