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  1. FRANCE Albums and Singles Charts Dated 12 July 2019 (Compiled by SNEP): Simulation Theory #14(+27) Digital Album Sales (Downloads) #60(+46) Physical Album Sales (CDs/Vinyl) #61(+51) Top 200 Albums (Physical + Downloads + Streaming) - 35 weeks on chart Top 200 Digital Song Sales (Downloads) #137 (Re-entry) - 'Uprising' MUSE (517 weeks on chart) #151 (Re-entry) - 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' Nirvana (405 weeks on chart) #154 (Re-entry) - 'Starlight' MUSE #168 (Re-entry) - 'Creep' Radiohead (476 weeks on chart) ITALY Top 100 Albums Chart for Week Ending 11 July 2019 (Compiled by FIMI) Simulation Theory #67 (Re-entry) - 17 weeks on chart
  2. The most downloaded and streamed songs and albums [Peak Positions] following the two concerts at Stadio San Siro [100 mila spettatori a Milano e altri 40 mila a Roma il 20 luglio.] Italia iTunes: 96. Starlight 98. Time Is Running Out 104. Pressure 117. Uprising 143. Psycho 154. Mercy 184. Hysteria 199. The Dark Side 228. Resistance 229. Plug In Baby 230. Madness 232. Supermassive Black Hole 237. Something Human 274. Dead Inside 310. Undisclosed Desires 329. Knights of Cydonia 348. Neutron Star Collision Apple Music: 475. Uprising iTunes Albums: 11. Simulation Theory (Deluxe) 18. Drones 20. Simulation Theory (Standard) 21. Absolution 22. Black Holes and Revelations 123. The 2nd Law 132.Showbiz 142. Live at Rome Olympic Stadium Apple Music Albums: 26. Simulation Theory 162. Black Holes and Revelations 176. The Resistance 189. Drones 189. The 2nd Law 229. Origin of Symmetry 245. Absolution 408. Live At Rome Olympic Stadium
  3. Simulation Theory - Effect of Tour on Sales #26(+3) Netherlands Top 100 Albums #36(Re-entry) Switzerland Top 100 Albums #41(+5) France Digital Albums #100(Re-entry) Spain Top 100 Albums #112(+33) France Top 200 Albums (Impact of France tour dates will be reflected on next week's charts) MUSE are on target to generate about $38 million in ticket sales turnover from over 450K concert-goers in the month of July 2019 at 10 shows in France, Italy, Switzerland, Spain and Portugal (See June 2019 concert tour stats below) while Ed Sheeran will generate over $700 million in ticket revenue from over 8 million tickets sold at around 260 shows when his almost 3-year ÷ Tour concludes in August 2019. Also, of the projected 1.2 million tickets sold for the MUSE Simulation Theory World Tour in 2019, about 75% or 900K are from concerts taking place in Europe. TOP CONCERT TOURS - MONTH OF JUNE 2019 Ranked by Attendance (Est): 597K - Ed Sheeran - 10 shows in Germany, Italy, Spain, and Portugal 530K - Phil Collins - 17 shows in Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Poland, and the Czech Republic 500K - Bon Jovi - 11 shows in the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Estonia, and Russia (31 May at Luzhniki Stadium) 472K - Spice Girls - 9 shows in the United Kingdom and Ireland 450K - P!nk - 8 shows in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and the Netherlands 375K - Metallica - 6 shows in the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, and Belgium 350K - Dead & Company - 15 shows in the United States 300K - MUSE - 9 shows in the United Kingdom, Germany, The Netherlands, Russia, Poland, Finland, and Latvia 275K - twenty one pilots - 21 shows in the United States 230K - Hugh Jackman - 17 shows in the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada 222K - BTS - 4 shows in the United Kingdom and France 220K - Ariana Grande - 16 shows in the United States and Canada 200K - Take That - 16 shows in the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, Denmark, and Belgium 175K - Elton John - 13 shows in the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway and Spain 160K - Paul McCartney - 10 shows in the United States 155K - Shawn Mendes - 12 shows in the United States and Canada 98K - The Rolling Stones - 2 shows in the United States Ranked by Gross (Est): $63 million - P!nk $60 million - Phil Collins $55 million - Spice Girls $50 million - Bon Jovi $48 million - Ed Sheeran $40 million - Metallica $28 million - Dead & Company $27 million - BTS $26 million - Ariana Grande $25 million - MUSE $24 million - Paul McCartney $23 million - Take That $22 million - The Rolling Stones $21 million - Elton John $20 million - twenty one pilots $18 million - Hugh Jackman $12 million - Shawn Mendes
  4. STADE DE FRANCE Two Night Gigs Comparison: MUSE - July 2019 Attendance Estimated: 140,000 - 145,000 (Capacity for concerts is approx 76-80K with seats behind stage closed off) - 6 July Sold Out/5 July Near Sell Out Gross Estimated: 12 million euros ($13.5 million) assuming avg ticket price of 84 euros BTS - June 2019 Attendance: 107,238 Gross: 12 million euros ($13.4 million) with avg ticket price of 112 euros On June 1 Muse played at London Stadium in front of approx 65,000 fans while BTS played at Wembley Stadium before around 60,000 fans and victorious Liverpool F.C. played Tottenham Hotspur in the UEFA Champions League Final at Estadio Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid attended by 63,272 fans Best Selling/Most Streamed Songs and Albums [Peak Positions] after the Marseille and Stade de France concerts: France iTunes: 84. Starlight 97. Uprising 167. Madness 172. Time Is Running Out 195. The Dark Side 197. Pressure 244. Follow Me [Not on ST Tour Setlist] 250. Psycho 255. Mercy 260. Undisclosed Desires 264. Supermassive Black Hole 278. Hysteria 282. New Born 352. Resistance iTunes Albums: 14. Simulation Theory (Deluxe) 32. Simulation Theory (Standard) 48. The Resistance 50. Absolution 71 Origin of Symmetry 73. Black Holes and Revelations 76. The 2nd Law 106. Showbiz 109. Drones 219. HAARP - Live at Wembley Stadium Apple Music Albums: 60. Simulation Theory (Deluxe) 278. The Resistance 301. Origin of Symmetry 343. The 2nd Law 378. Black Holes and Revelations 400. Absolution 415. Drones 496. Live at Rome Olympic Stadium
  5. Simulation Theory re-enters the album charts in the Netherlands (#29), Austria (#57) and Switzerland (#70), spends a 16th week on the UK album sales chart (#73), and descends to #46 on the France digital album sales chart in its 33rd week. Netherlands Sales and Streaming Charts (Peak Positions) One Day After Sold-out Goffertpark Show in Nijmegen Attended by 50,000+ Fans: iTunes: 121. Supermassive Black Hole 260. Uprising 265. Pressure 344. Psycho 367. Madness 381. Starlight 400. Knights of Cydonia 498. The Dark Side Apple Music: 154. Pressure 285. Uprising 351. Starlight 369. Psycho 375. Supermassive Black Hole 433. Plug In Baby iTunes Albums: 13. Simulation Theory (Deluxe) 24. Black Holes and Revelations 26. Simulation Theory (Standard) 26. Drones Apple Music Albums: 4. Simulation Theory 67. Black Holes and Revelations 81. Origin of Symmetry 86. Drones 100. Live at Rome Olympic Stadium 106. The Resistance 114. Absolution 153. The 2nd Law 288. Showbiz 297. Six Studio Albums 'Mercy' at the Kölner RheinEnergieStadion gig below in front of 42,000 fans:
  6. 2019 Mid-Year Simulation Theory Touring Stats for MUSE for concerts which took place from January-June 2019: Shows: 32 (24 arenas; 5 stadiums; and 3 outdoor venues) in North America and Europe Est. Tickets Sold/Attendance: 520,000 Est. Gross: $42 million A total of 23 shows in Europe, Mexico, and South America are scheduled for the second half of 2019 which should generate an additional estimated $56 million from 700,000+ tickets sold. Fees from festivals and special shows for various media in 2018 and 2019 should bring the total over $100 million, the fourth consecutive MUSE world concert album tour to pass both this revenue threshold as well as exceeding 1 million in attendance for each of these tours. Number of Career Gigs by Notable British/Irish/Aussie/American/Canadian Acts in France (Source: Setlist.fm) 199 Sting (Solo 158; 33 w/ The Police; 6 w/ Shaggy; and 2 w/ Edin Karamazov) 139 Elton John (1971-June 2019) including 28 at the Paris-Bercy Arena in Paris (Note: Three more shows are scheduled at this venue in 2020 at the conclusion of his farewell tour which will increase his career total to 142) 139 MUSE (1995-July 2019) including 12 at the Paris-Bercy Arena and 6 at the Stade de France Honours: Elton John was recently awarded the Legion d'Honneur by President Macron and MUSE have been recognized on the Stade de France Boulevard Walk of Fame with handprints and autographs of the three band members joining Johnny Hallyday and the 1998 FIFA World Cup Champions French footballers among the other recipients of this honour on the promenade of celebrities at the national stadium of France https://www.stadefrance.com/fr/le-stade/boulevard 111 Iron Maiden 90 Depeche Mode 80 Celine Dion 70 Paul McCartney [Solo 22; Wings 6; and The Beatles 42 in 1964-65] - Legion d'Honneur recipient 70 AC/DC 66 Radiohead (Thom Yorke has also given nine solo performances in France) 61 U2 - Bono has received both the Legion d'Honneur and Ordre des Arts et Lettres 60 Coldplay 54 David Bowie - Ordre des Arts et Lettres recipient 51 The Rolling Stones (1964-2018) 49 Oasis 44 Bruce Springsteen 43 Madonna 38 Red Hot Chili Peppers 31 Foo Fighters 23 Ed Sheeran 19 Bon Jovi (Jon Bon Jovi has also played 2 solo shows) 11 Black Eyed Peas (will.i.am has also played another 7 solo shows) 9 One Direction - SdF Boulevard Walk of Fame (Harry Styles has also played 3 solo shows in France while Niall Horan has played 1 solo gig) 8 Adele 3 Take That
  7. The instrumental 'Prelude' was played for the first time in Poland at the MUSE gig in Krakow on 22 June 2019. It features the melody from Frederic Chopin's Etude Op. 10 No. 3 in E Major which the composer reportedly believed to be his most beautiful. Chopin was born in the village of Zelazowa Wola 300km north of Krakow and about 50km west of Warsaw where his heart is interred at the Holy Cross Church. MUSE have now played six gigs in Poland (Warsaw, Krakow, Lodz, and Gdynia/Gdansk) - two arena shows and four festival gigs. The Resistance with 'Collateral Damage' based on Chopin's Nocturne Op. 9 No. 2 in E-Flat Major and The 2nd Law with 'Prelude' are the band's biggest selling albums in that country both having been certified GOLD by ZPAV for over 10K copies sold. Matt has played snippets of 'Collateral Damage' and Chopin's 'Ocean' Etude Op 25 No 12 at several gigs in France where Chopin moved to after the November Uprising (1830-31). Chopin's body is buried in Paris at the Pere Lachaise cemetery. Incidentally, Matt and Chopin share the same height of 5'7" or 170.2 cm.
  8. 50,000-53,000 people attended the Luzhniki gig according to unofficial estimates made by two Russian fans who were at the show. Song and Album Download Sales and Streaming Peak Chart Positions Day After Luzhniki Stadium Concert: Russia iTunes: 96. Supermassive Black Hole 154. Pressure 164. Uprising 167. Starlight 169. The Dark Side 282. Thought Contagion 294. Algorithm 288. Mercy 329. Resistance 331. Hysteria 387. Time Is Running Out 443. Undisclosed Desires 492. Knights of Cydonia and Plug in Baby Apple Music: 404. Supermassive Black Hole 498. Starlight iTunes Albums: 3. Simulation Theory - Deluxe (#1 Madonna; #2 RAMMSTEIN; and #4 Billie Eilish) 48. Black Holes and Revelations 72. Origin of Symmetry 77. The Resistance 78. Absolution 105. The 2nd Law 112. Live at Rome Olympic Stadium 116. Showbiz 147. Drones 244. Simulation Theory - Standard Apple Music Albums: 13. Simulation Theory 67. Black Holes and Revelations 92. Origin of Symmetry 94. Drones 101. The Resistance 146. Absolution 158. The 2nd Law 360. Showbiz Photos At End of Concert in Moscow https://www.nusgram.com/media/ByvwrI1n6b- http://www.musewiki.org/File:MoscowSTSelfie.jpg
  9. ESTADIO WANDA METROPOLITANO [68,000 Capacity] in Madrid, Spain - Estimated Concert Attendance: 57,000 Bon Jovi (July 2019) - Sold Out 53,000 Bruno Mars (June 2018) - Sold Out 52,000 Ed Sheeran (June 2019) - Sold Out 52,000+ MUSE (July 2019) - Sold Out 48,000 Iron Maiden (July 2018) FRANCE BOX OFFICE (2016-2019) GROSSES AND ATTENDANCE COMPARISONS FOR THREE A-LIST BRITISH ARTISTS BY VENUE Totals $81 Million Gross ($29M for MUSE; $27.5M for Coldplay; and $24.5M for Ed Sheeran) 1,043,000 Tickets Sold (367K Ed Sheeran; 336K (Est) for MUSE; and 340K for Coldplay) STADE DE FRANCE in Saint-Denis/Paris: $19.9 million - Coldplay with 236K in attendance for three shows in 2017 $13.3 million (Est) - MUSE with 140K in attendance for two shows in 2019 $9.3 million - Ed Sheeran with 153K in attendance for two shows in 2018 ACCORHOTELS ARENA in Paris-Bercy $7.8 million - MUSE with 108K in attendance for 6 shows in 2016 $800K - Ed Sheeran with 16K in attendance for 1 show in 2017 MATMUT ATLANTIQUE in Bordeaux $3.1 million (Est) - MUSE with 35K in attendance for 1 show in 2019 $2.8 million - Ed Sheeran with 41K in attendance for 1 show in 2019 STADE ORANGE VELODROME in Marseille $4.8 million (Est) - MUSE with 53K in attendance for 1 show in 2019 PARC OLYMPIQUE LYONNAIS (GROUPAMA) in Lyon $11.6 million - Ed Sheeran with 157K in attendance for 3 shows in 2019 $4.1 million - Coldplay with 51K in attendance for 1 show in 2017 STADE CHARLES-EHRMANN in Nice $3.4 million - Coldplay with 54K in attendance for 1 show in 2016 Sources: Billboard Boxscore and Pollstar
  10. Simulation Theory 14 June 2019 Album Chart Positions Russia #14 iTunes and #44 Apple Music France #21(+45) Album Downloads and #124(+19) Top 200 Albums - 31 weeks on chart Latvia #30 iTunes and #2 Apple Music United Kingdom #78(+17) Official Albums Top 100; #49(+14) Album Sales; and #33(+2) Album Downloads Россия - Большое спасибо! MUSE played their first gig in Moscow on 22 September 2001 in front of about 4,000 fans who paid about $12 (converted from Russian rubles) to attend the concert held at the Palace of Sports Arena [capacity 11,500] in the Luzhniki Olympic Complex. They played this venue a second time in 2007. The band will play their seventh career gig in the Russian capital on 15 June 2019 at the Grand Sports Arena [81,000 seat Luzhniki Stadium 'The Meadows'] located in the same Sports Complex that hosted the 1980 Olympics, the 2008 UEFA Champions League Final and the 2018 FIFA World Cup. MUSE have previously played Moskva shows at the Olimpiyskiy Indoor Arena/Stadium in 2016 and 2011 [approx 50,000 total attendance for the two dates] and festival gigs at the Otkritie Arena [Spartak Stadium] and the Krylatskoye Sports Complex venues in 2015 and 2002, respectively. Bon Jovi recently performed their first concert in Russia in 30 years on 31 May 2019 at Luzhniki Stadium with about 45,000 fans in attendance. Other high profile acts who have played shows at Luzhniki Stadium include Michael Jackson, The Rolling Stones [45,000 attendance], Madonna [38,000 attendance], Metallica (2007 and 2019), U2 [60,000 attendance], Red Hot Chili Peppers, Imagine Dragons [48,000 attendance] and RAMMSTEIN (July 2019).
  11. Top MUSE Venues Ranked by Career Concert Ticket Sales Grosses (Estimates): $36.0 million - Stade de France in Saint Denis/Paris ($13.5m/2019; $12m/2013; and $10.5m/2010) - 6 shows $20.0 million - Wembley Stadium in London - 4 shows in 2013 and 2010 $16.5 million - O2 Arena in London - 11 shows in 2019, 2016, 2012, and 2009 $12.5 million - AccorHotels Arena in Paris-Bercy - 11 shows in 2016, 2012, 2009, 2006, and 2003 $11 million - Stadio San Siro in Milano - 3 shows in 2019 and 2010 $9.5 million - Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City - 8 shows in 2015, 2013, and 2007 $8.0 million - Stade de Suisse Wankdorf in Bern - 2 shows in 2010 and 2013 $7.6 million - Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne - 6 shows in 2017, 2013, 2010, and 2007 $7.5 million - Foro Sol in Mexico City - 3 shows in 2019 and 2010 $7.3 million - Emirates Stadium in London - 1 show in 2013 $7.2 million - Stadio Olimpico in Rome - 2 shows in 2019 and 2013 $6.8 million - Etihad Stadium in Manchester - 2 shows in 2019 and 2013 $6.7 million - Manchester Arena in Manchester - 6 shows in 2016, 2012, 2006 and 2003 $6.5 million - Staples Center in Los Angeles - 7 shows in 2015, 2013 and 2010 $6.5 million - Goffertpark in Nijmegn - 2 shows in 2019 and 2010 $6.0 million - London Olympic Stadium in London - 1 show in 2019 $5.9 million - Qudos Arena in Sydney - 4 shows in 2017, 2013 and 2010 $5.3 million - Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam - 5 shows in 2019, 2016 and 2012
  12. UK Official Album Charts for the Week Ending 6 June 2019 Simulation Theory #95 (Top 100 Albums/Sales+Streaming) - Re-entry and 11th week on chart #35 (Top 100 Album Downloads) - Previous Week #89 #63 (Top 100 Album Sales) - Re-entry and 13th week on chart #98 (Top 100 Physical Album Sales) - Re-entry Career MUSE Global Streams - Over 4 billion generating earnings approaching $20 million for label, publisher, songwriter and performing artist Audio: 2 billion (Spotify) and 500 million (Deezer, Apple Music, Amazon, other platforms) x $0.006 avg per stream - Estimates Video: 1.7 billion (YouTube) x $0.0020 avg per stream - Estimates
  13. The gig was ace and full of quality unlike the UCL final in Madrid. I rate it as the best one of the now eleven MUSE shows I have attended. I shed tears of joy when 'Bliss' was played. I heard a teaser snippet of this track at the Target Center in Minneapolis, MN in October 2010 and was hoping to to watch and hear the band perform it live at least once and now that wish has been granted. Older songs like PiB, TIRO, Hysteria, SMBH, and Starlight appeared to get the best responses from the 60,000+ concert-goers at this Olympic venue in East London. I arrived late to the stadium so I only caught the last 15 minutes of Tom Morello's performance but I enjoyed his riffs and guitar masterclass skills along with his political commentary regarding Trump and Farage. I concur with Mark Beaumont's concert review in The Guardian below except I liked the gospel version of DD: Muse review – dizzying rock spectacle for the machine age 5 / 5 stars 5 out of 5 stars. London Stadium "Neon robots, isolation-suit acrobats, 23rd-century cops … the glam sci-fi fantasists throw the lot at their extravagantly dystopian stadium romp. ‘We are caged in simulations,” reads the gigantic, stage-wide convex screen as a legion of neon robots with trombones herald Matt Bellamy rising from the centre of the stadium with android fanfares, as if the AI have arisen and stolen the jobs of the nearest marching band. So have Muse been a glitch in the matrix all along? They always seemed a spectacular rock’n’roll programming error: three Teignmouth lads who became superstars by deciphering the malevolent sociopolitical virus code of the 21st century and delivering their findings in a blitz of operatic space rock, dystopian stage fantasies and solos resembling a cyborg Queen ferociously malfunctioning. Certainly the tour for 2015’s Drones – when remote-controlled spheres strafed the stands and diaphanous screens stretched the length of arenas – was so immersive that it’s surely only a matter of technology before they go fully virtual and play stadium gigs in your squat. Meantime, they bring the retro-futurist 80s teen flick unrealities of their VR-themed album Simulation Theory to life. Donning glowing glasses throughout, Bellamy plays an avatar being hunted through the machine. Space zombies chase him along the ego ramp throughout synth-rock anthem Thought Contagion. Acrobats in isolation suits walk vertically down the screen during the Arabian-inflected Break It To Me, tracking him with flashlights. A 23rd-century task force, wielding steam-throwers, invade the stage for Propaganda, the sound of Prince being crushed beneath a grooving Terminator. These breezy, synthetic new tunes interface seamlessly with Uprising, Supermassive Black Hole and Psycho – tracks that always sounded like glam being shot around the Large Hadron Collider – and the first hour zips by. A plodding gospel Dig Down hobbles the pace, but there’s enough momentum to sci-fi anthems such as Mercy and pop-metal classics Hysteria, Time Is Running Out and hellfire opera Take A Bow – sung by Bellamy to a silver skull like a Spielberg Hamlet – to ensure the most dizzying and future-facing of stadium spectacles. At its climax, a giant alien borg bursts from the stage, flailing at the air, growing angrier as Stockholm Syndrome mashes magnificently into Reapers and New Born. Keep telling yourself: it’s only a simulation…"
  14. Simulation Theory re-enters the UK Apple iTunes Top 100 albums chart as high as #21 (#2 Alternative) and the UK Official Albums Chart Midweek Update at #99 and #70, respectively, in the two weeks following the London Stadium gig. With two more UK stadium shows this week, 'The Void' featured in the opening sequence of The Planets on BBC Two and the upcoming concerts in continental Europe, the sales momentum for ST should continue this summer. ST also spends a 30th consecutive week on the latest weekly France album charts at #143 (#66 Downloads and #100 Physical Sales). Meanwhile, 'Pray (High Valyrian)' has surpassed 1.1 million global streams - Spotify (1,075,000) and YouTube (175K) as of 15 July 2019. MUSE have now played gigs at past and future 'Olympic' venues in the following 16 countries: United Kingdom (London and Coventry) - Summer Olympic Games in 2012 and 1948 at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Wembley [formerly Empire 1948 ] Stadium and Arena, O2 Arena, Earl's Court Exhibition Centre, Horse Guard Parade, and Ricoh Arena venues United States (Los Angeles) - Summer Olympics in 2028, 1984 and 1932 at the LA Memorial Coliseum, Staples Center, The Forum, and Honda Center venues; (Salt Lake City) - 2002 Winter Olympics at the Vivint Smart Home Arena and E-Center venues; and (Atlanta) - 1996 Summer Olympics at the Centennial Park venue France (Paris) - Summer Olympics in 2024 at the Stade de France, Parc des Princes, Bercy Arena, Le Zenith, Champ de Mars, and Château de Versailles venues Japan (Tokyo) - Summer Olympics in 2020 at the Saitama Super Arena and Nippon Budokan venues Brazil (Rio de Janeiro) - Summer Olympics in 2016 at the Rio Olympic Arena venue [Current Name Jeunesse Arena] Canada (Vancouver) - Winter Olympics in 2010 at the Rogers Arena venue China (Beijing) - Summer Olympics in 2008 at the Wukesong Culture and Sports Center venue [Current Name Cadillac Arena] Australia (Sydney) - Summer Olympics in 2000 at the Super Dome venue [Current Name Qudos Arena] Spain (Barcelona) - Summer Olympics in 1992 at the Estadi Olimpic de Montjuic (Lluis Companys) and Palau Sant Jordi venues Korea Republic (Seoul) - Summer Olympics in 1988 at the Gymnastics Arena venue Russia (Moscow) - Summer Olympics in 1980 at the Olimpiysky Sports Complex Indoor Arena, the Luzhniki Olympic Complex (Stadium and Palace of Sports) and Krylatskoye Sports Complex venues Germany (Munich) - Summer Olympics in 1972 at the Olympiahalle venue; (Berlin) - Summer Olympics in 1936 at the Waldbuhne Amphitheatre venue Mexico (Mexico City) - Summer Olympics in 1968 at the Palacio de los Deportes venue Italy (Rome) - Summer Olympics in 1960 at the Stadio Olimpico venue; (Turin) - Winter Olympics in 2006 at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino venue; and (Milan) - Winter Olympics in 2026 at the Stadio San Siro and Mediolanum Forum venues Finland (Helsinki) - Summer Olympics in 1952 at the Olympic Stadium venue Sweden (Stockholm) - Summer Olympics in 1912 at the Stadion venue
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