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MUSE RETURN TO LATVIA WITH THEIR MOST SPECTACULAR SHOW

THE WORLD’S GREATEST PINK FLOYD SHOW – BRIT FLOYD '40 YEARS OF THE WALL'

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MUSE RETURN TO LATVIA WITH THEIR MOST SPECTACULAR SHOW

Global rock superstars and two-time Grammy winners Muse will return to Latvia as part of their new upcoming world tour. The show is set to take place in Arena Riga on June 12, 2019. Tickets go on general sale in all “Biļešu Serviss” box offices from November 16th 10:00.

Muse will return to Latvia as part of their upcoming “Simulation Theory” album world tour. After three consecutive concept albums, the band’s eight studio compilation “Simulation Theory”, which will reach listeners on November 9, is disrupting that pattern - the album boasts nostalgic 80’s synth-rock influences and the era’s distinct visual aesthetic. Muse aims to insert that same atmosphere into their tour concept, which, according to the band will be their most ambitious to date.

“We always try to deliver the most impressive show out there, something that [the audience] has never seen before. After arenas filled with drones, we’re ready to go further and I think we’ve achieved that. We’ve had many ideas, for example using magnets to levitate in the air but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Were going to do the biggest tour and just blow peoples minds with stuff theyve never seen before!”, adds Muse frontman Matt Bellamy. 

The band’s tours have long been celebrated as being some of the world's best and most awe-inspiring. Their passion has not gone unnoticed - throughout the years Muse has received numerous awards from a wide array of juries, including the BRIT Awards, NME, Q, Kerrang! and MTV Music Awards. The band can also boast two Grammy awards, more than 20 million records sold worldwide and five consecutive Number 1 albums in the United Kingdom.

Tickets to Muse at Arena Riga on June 12, 2019, go on general sale on November 16th. Tickets will be available in all “Biļešu Serviss” box offices and online at https://www.bilesuserviss.lv/eng.  FBI and Positivus club members will have exclusive access to ticket pre-sale starting from 09:00 on November 15th.