Muse to play London Stadium as part of world tour

PUBLISHED: 16:00 05 November 2018

Muse will be playing at the London Stadium next summer as part of their world tour. Picture: Ian West/PA

Muse will be playing at the London Stadium next summer as part of their world tour. Picture: Ian West/PA

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Rock band Muse are set to come to the London Stadium next summer for one of just two UK dates on their world tour.

The Simulation Theory World Tour, named after their upcoming album, will see the band take to the stage in Stratford on Saturday, June 1, in what will be their first major headline show in London in three years.

The Devon rockers will play just one other UK date, at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium on Saturday, June 8, as part of their European leg of the tour.

The six-month run of gigs kicks off with 17 performances in the USA and Canada before the trio travel across the Atlantic for shows in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Austria.

They will then visit the UK before returning to the continent for 15 more concerts.

Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday, September 16 from Pricing is yet to be confirmed.

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