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b7118c3e-2d9c-49b8-a0d3-5f2f5e6de944.jpgWe're very pleased to announce that Muse will be playing live across the UK and Europe this autumn. Tickets go on general sale on Thursday 14th June. Full dates are listed below. For more information on each date, including ticket prices, on sale times and disabled customer information check out the individual dates in the TOUR DATES section.

 

In order to make sure that muse.mu members get the first and fairest access to tickets for these dates we have launched a ticket application system for a limited number of the standing tickets for each date.

 

The application process is open from now until 18:00 GMT on Sunday 10th June.

 

During this time muse.mu members will be able to apply for a maximum of four standing tickets for one show of their choice on the tour. THIS IS NOT A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED PROCESS. When the application window closes, Muse Members will be verified, duplicate submissions will be removed and successful applicants will be chosen at random and allocated their requested tickets by Wednesday 13th June.

 

You will need to enter your payment details when you submit your application in order for your card to be pre-authorised. If you are successful then money will be taken from your card and tickets allocated by Wednesday 13th June. If you are not allocated tickets then no money will be taken.

 

Please remember, this process is NOT FIRST COME FIRST SERVED! You have until 18:00 on Sunday 10th June to enter your application.

 

To apply for tickets CLICK HERE.

 

UK & EUROPEAN TOUR 2012

 

16.10 Park&Suites Arena, Montpellier, France

18.10 Bercy, Paris, France

20.10 Palacio de Deportes, Madrid, Spain

22.10 Zenith, Nantes, France

24.10 SECC, Glasgow, UK

26.10 O2 Arena, London, UK

27.10 O2 Arena, London, UK

30.10 LG Arena, Birmingham, UK

01.11 MEN Arena, Manchester, UK

12.11 Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany

14.11 St. Jakobshalle, Basel, Switzerland

16.11 Unipol Arena, Bologna, Italy

17.11 Adriatic Arena, Pesaro, Italy

19.11 Stadhalle, Vienna, Austria

20.11 Arena, Budapest, Hungary

22.11 O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic

23.11 Atlas Arena, Lodz, Poland

05.12 Spektrum Arena, Oslo, Norway

06.12 Ericsson Globe, Stockholm, Sweden

07.12 Arena, Malmo, Sweden

10.12 Hartwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland

11.12 Saku Arena, Talinn, Estonia

13.12 Arena, Riga, Latvia

15.12 O2 World, Hamburg, Germany

17.12 Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

18.12 Sportspaleis, Antwerp, Belgium

 

 

 

Source: http://muse.mu/news/article/781/uk--european-tour-announced/

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How old will you have to be for standing tickets? I'll be 16 at the time of the gig, but it says nothing about it on the main website...

Edited by Will04

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£47/55 a pop... hmmmmm. I reserve judgement until we actually here some music.

 

EDIT: Also, this idea of allocated seating through a ballot reminds me of the Olympic ticket mess.

Edited by forevermusic

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I can't make any promises.

 

Seriously though, do they think we(irish fans) have enough money to fly over to england and buy tickets? Its a bit of a middle finger to us.

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Seriously though, do they think we(irish fans) have enough money to fly over to england and buy tickets? Its a bit of a middle finger to us.

 

I'd be surprised if there wasn't a few Irish shows in the next European leg. Still a bummer though.

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I do like this ticket system they have going. At first glance it's a lot better than last time

 

How so?

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I do like this ticket system they have going. At first glance it's a lot better than last time

 

Gathering all the musers in front of a building and throwing the tickets from the roof would be better than last time.

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I do like the idea of a ballot pre-sale but it reminds me a bit of the much-criticised way the Olympic tickets were sold last year.

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