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Muse Announce European Dates June 2013, Leave Room For Glastonbury

Written by Kiel Egging on November 19, 2012

Could Muse be returning to slay the Pyramid Stage as one of the headliners for Glastonbury 2013? Given their latest announcement of European shows in June/July 2013, they may just pay Worthy Farm a visit.

NME reports that the band announced a handful of stadium dates in Belgium, France and Italy last night. Interestingly, there’s nothing booked on Saturday, 29th or Sunday, 30th of June, which are the final two days of Glastonbury. There are also no UK dates mentioned in the announcement.

Following shows in Belgium, Paris, Nice and Turin, the band take a break for a week or so before rounding things off with a show in Rome. There’s also a huge gap between their first show of the tour in Amsterdam on June 4 and their show at Rotsellar in Belgium on June 18.

Muse released their new album The Second Law back in September. If you’re going to be in Europe next year and want to see the guys live, tickets go on sale on September 23.

Muse Europe Stadium Dates – June/July 2013:

June 4
Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

June 18
Werchter Festival Site, Rotselaar, Belgium

June 21 and 22
Stade De France, Paris, France

June 26
Stade Charles Ehrmann, Nice, France

June 28
Stadio Olimpico, Turin, Italy

July 6
Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy

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