Muse Announces 2023 ‘Will Of The People’ North American Tour; Evanescence confirmed as special guest

Muse (Photo credit: Nick Fancher/provided by BB Gun Press)

Thu Sep 29, 2022 8:55 PM

Tickets on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on October 7 here

In addition to the worldwide success of their ninth studio album, “Will Of The People”, multi-platinum and Grammy Award-winning rock band Muse have announced a North American tour for Spring 2023.

The band’s team said, “Widely recognized as one of the best live bands in the world, Muse’s ‘Will Of The People’ world tour will be no exception. The North American Arena Tour will kick off in Chicago, with a two-month journey through several cities, including stops in Minneapolis, Toronto, New York, Los Angeles and more.

The tour includes special guest Evanescence.

The muses are Matt Bellamy, Dominic Howard and Chris Wolstenholme. Since its inception in 1994, Muse has released nine studio albums, selling over 30 million units worldwide. Their latest album, “Will Of The People”, debuted at No. 1 in several territories, including the UK (a seventh consecutive No. 1), Austria, France, Finland, Italy and Switzerland. The previous album, “Simulation Theory”, debuted at No. 1 in several territories. It followed 2015’s “Drones” album, which won a Grammy Award for Best Rock Album (the band’s second).

Muse has won numerous musical accolades, including two Grammys, an American Music Award, five MTV Europe Music Awards, two Brit Awards, 11 NME Awards and seven Q Awards, among others.

Tickets for the Muse presale begin at 10 a.m. local time on Tuesday, October 4. Fans can register at www.willofthepeopletour.com. General tickets will go on sale three days later at http://muse.mu.

The show will travel to Scotiabank Arena in Toronto on March 9.

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