Rock music icons Muse are bringing their ‘Will of the People’ tour to Manchester later this month. The tour is to mark their ninth studio album, and the AO Arena will make a fitting venue for the band.
Muse’s ‘Will Of The People’ album went straight to number one in the UK album charts following its release earlier this year. This was the band’s seventh consecutive studio album to top the charts, a record which started way back in 2003 with ‘Absolution’. ‘Will Of the People’ sold over 50,000 copies in the first week after its release.
The band will be bringing their huge catalogue of classic tunes to the AO Arena on September 29. This is the second of four arena shows Muse will perform in the UK and Ireland this autumn.
Since forming back in 1994, Matt Bellamy, Dominic Howard and Chris Wolstenholme who form Muse have released nine studio albums, selling over 30 million units worldwide. Prior to ‘Will of the People’ their previous album, ‘Simulation Theory’, debuted at #1 in multiple territories and followed by their 2015 album, ‘Drones’, which went on tofirst look inside Salford’s tallest student accommodation building win a Grammy Award for Best Rock Album, the band’s second.
How to get tickets to Muse at the AO Arena
Tickets for Muse at the AO Arena have sold fast, but there are still some seating options available through Ticketmaster. These start off at £94.30 and some tickets are available through Ticketmaster’s official resale network.
Who is supporting Muse at the AO Arena?
For all four of the UK and Ireland dates this autumn, rock duo Nova Twins will support Muse. Amy Love and Georgia South formed the band in 2014 and they released their most recent album, Supernova, last year.
Possible setlist for Muse at Manchester AO Arena
The ‘Will Of The People’ Tour is well underway and Muse have already played dozens of shows around the world. As a result of this, it’s easier to tell roughly wat the setlist will be at the AO Arena. Below is the band’s setlist from their Kuala Lumpur gig on July 29 according to setlist.fm
Will of the People
Won't Stand Down
Kill or Be Killed (Felsmann + Tiley Reinterpretation)
Time Is Running Out
You Make Me Feel Like It's Halloween (Bach's 'Toccata and Fugue in D Minor' intro)
The 2nd Law: Isolated System
Supermassive Black Hole
Plug In Baby
Behold, the Glove (Matt Bellamy song)
Simulation Theory Theme / [JFK] (Matt Bellamy song)
Kill or Be Killed
Knights of Cydonia (Ennio Morricone's 'Man with a Harmonica' intro)