Shaky Knees Music Festival: The Killers, Muse & The Lumineers - 3 Day Pass
TBA | Central Park - Atlanta | Atlanta GA
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The progressive rock band Muse is back on tour once again to promote their eighth studio album, Simulation Theory. This is a concert you won’t want to miss! The bands dynamic use of stage performance includes 3D visuals, captivating graphics, laser light shows, and of course their inimitable electronic rock sound. These Grammy Award winners are sure to sell out fast, so make sure to purchase your cheap tickets to see one of their shows as soon as you can!
About The Band
Muse was created in 1994 by musicians Matt Bellamy, on vocals, guitar and keyboard, Chris Wolstenholme, on bass guitar and vocals, and Dominic Howard, on drums. They are an English alternative/progressive rock and electronica band with a distinct melancholic sound. Muse released their first album, Showbiz, in 1999. This album sought to showcase Bellamy’s aggressive falsetto and featured lyrics about relationships and their struggle trying to establish themselves growing up. In 2001, they released their second album, Origin of Symmetry. This album tour solidified Muse’s reputation as energetic and exciting live performers as well as demonstrating their romantic classical influences. In 2003 they released Absolution, which further focused on classical influence, and even included orchestra on some tracks. This was their first album to become number one in the United Kingdom. 2006 brought a slight change in sound for the three-piece. They dropped the album Black Holes and Revelations, which had more of an electronic and pop feel and brought the band international success. The band released three concept albums, The Resistance in 2009, which was loosely based on the novel 1984 by George Orwell, The 2nd Law in 2012, which explored themes of civil uprising and government oppression, and Drones in 2015, which focused on a story about drone warfare. Drones returned Muse to a harder rock sound, opposed to their more electronica focused past few albums. Muse’s most recent release was their eighth album, Simulation Theory, released in 2018. This album is a mix of rock and electronic sounds, featuring synthesizers as well as heavy guitar and thunderous drums. Between all their amazing albums, muse has sold over 20 million copies worldwide.
Awards and Nominations
In 2018 Muse was nominated for both the “Best Online Performance” and the “Tour of the Year” award for the AltRock Awards presented by American radio station i99Radio. Muse, along with Thirty Seconds to Mars and PVRIS, won Tour of the Year. In 2010 Muse won the American Music Award for “Favorite Alternative Artist”, beating out Phoenix and Vampire Weekend. In 2011 the Billboard Music Awards nominated Muse in the categories of Best Rock Artist and Best Alternative Artist. Unfortunately they lost to Train and Mumford & Sons, respectively. Muse was nominated for ten different BRIT awards since 2004 and won two of them. The band won Best Live Act in both 2005 and 2007, beating out Franz Ferdinand, Jamie Cullum, Kasabian, and The Libertines in 2005 and George Michael, Guillemots, Kasabian, and Robbie Williams in 2007. Muse has received two Grammy awards for best rock album, The Resistance, in 2011 and Best Rock Album, Drones, in 2016.
Simulation Theory World Tour
Muse’s most recent tour, 2018-2019 Simulation Theory, is sure to be an amazing event. Muse is known for their light shows and 3d visuals during their performances. They visited 20 cities in North America, including Los Angeles, Austin, and New York and 17 cities in Europe, such as London, Prague, and Paris.
"Will of the People Tour" 2023
The progressive rock group announced a new tour for 2023, called "Will of the People Tour", in support of their new album with the same name. This will be their first since the "Simulation Theory" tour in 2018. And they are not going on this journey alone. One of the most famous American Rock bands, Evanescence will be joining Muse on the road. The tour is set to kick off at the United Center in Chicago. From there, the artists will be travelling to Minneapolis, Austin, Columbus, Philadelphia and many other cities across North America, before making their way to the overseas. As Muse is one of the biggest bands in their genre, the tickets are likely to sell out fast! Make sure you don't miss the chance to see these two successful bands play live and get your cheap Muse tickets here!
Cheap tickets for Muse’s amazing performances are sure to sell out fast! Don’t hesitate, be sure to purchase tickets for a show near you as soon as possible. This is an experience you don’t want to miss.
- Apr 2 - Glendale, AZ - Desert Diamond Arena
- Apr 4 - Denver, CO - Ball Arena
- Apr 6 - Los Angeles, CA - Crypto.com Arena
- Apr 8 - Las Vegas, NV - T-Mobile Arena
- Apr 10 - San Diego, CA - Pechanga Arena - San Diego
- Apr 12 - Anaheim, CA - Honda Center
- Apr 14 - Oakland, CA - Oakland Arena
- Apr 16 - Portland, OR - Moda Center at the Rose Quarter
- Apr 18 - Seattle, WA - Climate Pledge Arena
- Apr 20 - Salt Lake City, UT - Vivint Arena
- May 5 - Atlanta, GA - Central Park - Atlanta
- May 6 - Atlanta, GA - Central Park - Atlanta