Muse announces two UK stadium shows for next summer as fans want more

The rock band plans only two UK dates (Image: Dave J Hogan / Getty Images for MTV)

Muse will play only two UK shows on the European stage of their Simulation Theory tour in June, which just annoys some fans.

The rock band, consisting of frontman Matt Bellamy, drummer Dominic Howard and bassist Chris Wolstenholme, will play at the London Stadium on June 1, 2019 and at Etihad Stadium in Manchester on June 8, 2019.

However, some fans were less impressed by the band's lack of British dates.

"Lol r u joked with 2 British dates," a fan replied.

Another asked, "2 dates in the UK? is that all?! & # 39;

The fans in Bristol were particularly upset when the original tour poster included the city, but it has disappeared in the boys' latest announcement.

"What happened to Bristol?" Asked a fan and summed up the mood of many who responded to the band on Twitter.

For UK fans outside of London and Manchester, however, no hope is lost.

The band has assured everyone that more dates are coming, with Matt Tweets "Stay tuned, LA will be part of the US tour, including NY and Chicago."

He added, "The dates for Mexico and South America will be in the fall. Still working at venues etc.

"We hope to do a Japan tour in September. More dates will come, "he confirmed.

We can hear Bristolians breathe everywhere.

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The Knights of Cydonia hitmaker will release their eighth studio album Simulation Theory on November 9th.

Dig Down was the first single of the album, which was released in May 2017. The second single, Thought Contagion, was released in February 2018.


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