Muse Playing First Concert at New Wembly Stadium

Muse have announced that they will headline a gigig at the rebuilt Wembley Stadium next summer.

 The trio who recently completed a three-night residence at Wembley Arena, will play at the home of English football on June 16. The gig will have a capacity approximately 75,000.

 Three support acts will be announced soon.

 Relishing the chance to play Britain’s biggest stadium frontman Matt Bellamy told NME.COM: "It feels right for us to play this venue. We’re ready for this kind of thing."

Bellamy also confirmed that Muse would play other big European gigs around this time.

The original "twin towers" Wembley stadium was demolished in 2002 and a new 90,000 (for football) capacity structure was erected in its place.

 The building of the new stadium has been troubled, with its opening delayed from last year, causing shows by acts including Bon Jovi, Take That and Robbie Williams to be moved to alternative venues last summer.

Source NME

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