Muse announces fall shows in North America
Wednesday 21 April 2010
On April 20, British progressive rock band Muse announced the first 14 dates of a fall tour in the US and Canada. Tickets for most shows will go on sale April 24, with those in Charlottesville and St. Louis out a day earlier.
Muse toured North America throughout March and April, culminating with a headlining performance at the Coachella Festival on April 17. The band is set to tour Europe from late May through July, appearing at festivals including Glastonbury and Roskilde and including a visit to the Fuji Rock Festival in Japan.
Muse's autumn tour dates in North America:
22: Viejas Arena, San Diego, CA
23: Honda Center, Anaheim, CA
25: Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA
1: Santa Ana Star Center, Rio Rancho, NM
2: Pepsi Center, Denver, CO
5: Target Center, Minneapolis, MN
6: Bradley Center, Milwaukee, WI
8: Ford Center, Oklahoma City, OK
21: Pepsi Coliseum, Quebec City, QC
27: John Paul Jones Arena, Chalottesville, VA
2: Sprint Center, Kansas City, MO
3: Scotttrade Center, St. Louis, MO
5: Schottenstein Center, Columbus, OH
6: US Bank Arena, Cincinnati, OH
More dates will be expected to be announced soon, according to the band's website.
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