Muse take Drones on a huge world tour during 2016. Catch the band live in Belfast, Manchester, Birmingham, London, Glasgow and Dublin when the tour reaches the UK and Ireland in April.
Muse extend UK tour
Updated: 1 October 2015
Muse have confirmed additional Drones tour dates for April 2016.
The three-piece will now play Birmingham’s Barclaycard arena on 2 April and London’s The O2 on 3 April, which is the band’s fifth confirmed London show.
Along with their gigs in Birmingham and London, Muse will play concerts at Belfast’s Odyssey Arena, Manchester Arena, and Glasgow’s The SSE Arena during April 2016. Check below for tour dates and available Muse tickets.
Muse UK and Ireland tour dates
Updated: 18 September 2015
With their current album Drones riding high with fans and critics, the Devon-based three-piece Muse have announced a series of arena shows for April 2015.
The band will play dates in Belfast, Manchester, London, Glasgow and Dublin. Starting at Dublin’s 3Arena on 5 April, the tour will head to Belfast’s Odyssey Arena, before travelling to Manchester Arena for two shows on 8 and 9 April.
Muse’s live dates will continue in London, with four concerts at The O2 arena. The tour will come to a close at Glasgow’s The SSE Hydro on 18 April 2016.
The dates support Drones, which is Muse's seventh studio album and long-awaited follow-up to The 2nd Law. A band that are always incredible live, their Drones tour will take things to the next level. The band will give fans a complete 360 experience as they perform in the round.
After a series of incredible performances at a number of huge festivals this summer, Muse’s Drones tour looks to be one not to be missed. Search for tickets below to see Muse live in 2016.
The band which formed in Devon have brandished seven successful studio albums, and since their inception in 1994, they have infused copious numbers of genres: metal, progressive rock, classical music and electronica.
The band’s debut came in 1999 in the form of Showbiz. Their releases have included the emphatic Black Holes and Revelations, which landed them a Mercury Prize nomination and a third place finish in NME’s Album of the Year list, along with 2012’s The 2nd Law and 2009’s The Resistance, to name a few.
Muse’s trophy cabinet is anything but bare; it displays an impressive five MTV Europe Music Awards, six Q Awards, eight NME Awards, two BRITs and four Kerrang! Awards, making the band one of the most highly rated and sought after acts of recent years.
Don’t miss out on your chance to see one of the most energetic stage performances this year, as Muse take to the stage with a holster of bullet proof ballads and amplified anthems.