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Muse are set to return to the stage for 2018 tour

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Following the announcement of two headline festival slots for next year, we’re placing bets on when Muse will announce a full run of dates. Matt Bellamy and his band are back in the studio and all indications are pointing towards an album release on the horizon. If that news already has you on the edge of your seat, get yourself over to Next Concert. If you still need some convincing, let us take you through what we know.

Muse have been teasing their return for a good while now. We know they’re back recording in the studio and that can only be good news for fans. Following their surprise single, “Dig Down”, this year, fans are undoubtedly hungry for more. The latest piece in the puzzle was their appointment as headliners for Lisbon’s Rock in Rio festival and the US festival Carolina Rebellion. If two headline festival slots are anything to go by, we’ve got tour dates coming your way very, very soon.

Muse’s last headline tour was their epic “Drones” world tour that started in May 2015 and ended in August 2016. With eight UK dates in total, including festival appearances, it’s very likely that our favourite trio will be generous to British fans again and include a number of dates in the country.

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The only trouble for fans will be getting their hands on tickets to see the trio live. Their “Drones” tour was immensely popular, especially in the UK.

  • 132 epic shows worldwide, 92 in Europe
  • 8 massive concerts in the UK alone
  • Saturated primary ticket platforms (infinite online queues, websites crashing…)
  • Two sell-out gigs at London’s O2 Arena
  • Tickets resold for up to £900 on the black market

For their upcoming tour dates, which are yet to be confirmed, it is expected Muse will play London’s O2 Arena once again sometime between September and November next year.

If you’re up for testing the waters and trying to get your tickets yourself, we wish you good luck! If you’d rather not play with fire and miss the chance of seeing Muse live, because well, it’s MUSE, we’ve got a plan. To make sure you don’t end up spending hours hunched over your computer crying after you empty your bank account onto ticket resale platforms only to find your tickets are for two seats in the back row, check out our partner site Next Concert. You can entrust them with the purchase of your concert tickets so that you sit back and relax as they take care of the whole booking process for you. It really is as simple as that.

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