Muse Play Biggest Show of Career at New Wembley Stadium

Published: 2007-06-18
British band Muse played the newly reconstructed Wembley Stadium in London, England this past Saturday, June 16th in what can be considered the biggest show of their decade-long musical career.

Their first show in a two-set series of nights at the stadium allowed them not only to play a two-hour performance for the thousands of fans in attendance, but also permitted an extravagant stage setup with many special effects and technological surprises in store.

Satellite dishes, antennas, glitter and an enormous screen were merely a few of the audio-visual aids that turned the alternative rock formation's concert into an epic and historical event. There were even two acrobats that flew across the venue about three-quarters through the 23-song set.

Muse of course played songs from 2006's Black Holes and Revelations, their fourth and latest record, but also made sure to perform many crowd-pleasing tunes off their previous records, including "Hysteria" and "Butterflies and Hurricanes".

The band also made a second appearance at Wembley the night after on Sunday, June 17th.

Writer: Stephanie Ng Wan

   

 

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i was ther it was amazing :D
Posted by: Anonymous on June 18, 2007
Was there on saturday and can honestly say there is no band that can match them live. Unbelievable.
Posted by: Anonymous on June 18, 2007
Went to the sunday gig and this band cannot be bettered,the sound wasn't that good needed to be much louder yet talent like this can still shine and they did.
Wembley stadium ? stank of fish,the seating is horrendous,up and down like yo yo's letting people past........... not for me.........If you want to see muse at their best DONT WATCH THEM HERE !!!!!!!!!!
Posted by: Anonymous on June 18, 2007
Fabulous!!!! Muse and the new Wembley were incredible!!!!
Posted by: Anonymous on June 19, 2007
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