ENGLISH rock band Muse will play in Northern Ireland in the first leg of their forthcoming world tour.
Famed for songs such as Supermassive Black Hole, Time Is Running Out, Plug In Baby and Knights of Cydonia, the band will take to the stage at the SSE Arena in Belfast on April 6, 2016.
This show is part of the first list of cities/countries of what will be an extensive world tour in support of their hugely acclaimed global No 1 album Drones.
The Drones World Tour will see the band perform for the first time “in the round” from the middle of the arena.
The band are renowned for pushing boundaries in terms of their stage production and the Drones World Tour will be no exception.
This stage design and configuration will give fans a true 360 degree audio/visual sensory experience.
Since their debut in 1994, Muse have released seven studio albums, selling upwards of 17 million albums worldwide.
Drones, the group’s seventh album, topped the UK charts for two weeks in June, whilst simultaneously topping the charts in the USA, a first for the band.
In total the album reached No1 in a staggering 23 countries including France, Japan, Australia, Netherlands and Switzerland.
Tickets go on sale Friday September 18 with fan pre-sales from September 16.