Muse announce Seoul showMuse, the British rock band, will hold a solo concert in Korea on Sept. 30 at the Gymnastics Arena in Olympic Park, Songpa District, southern Seoul.
The forthcoming concert is scheduled as part of the Asia tour the band will launch based on their new album, “Drones,” which is planned to be released in June.
Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong have been confirmed as cities the group will stop at on the tour, but additional locations are expected to be announced.
Muse has been releasing singles since March, including “Psycho,” “Deep Inside” and “Mercy.”
The English rockers previously performed in Korea in 2007 and 2010, making this upcoming solo concert their third here.
The band last visited the country in 2013 as the headliner for the rock festival, Hyundai Card Super Concert 19th Citybreak 2013.
Tickets for the band’s concert will be available on June 11 at 12 p.m. at tickets.interpark.com.
Muse, which debuted with the album “Showbiz” in 1999, consists of three members: guitarist and vocalist Matt Bellamy, base player Chris Wolsternhome and drummer Dominic Howard.
A few of the band’s hit songs are “Time is Running Out,” “Uprising” and “Starlight.”
Muse’s songs are known to have addictive melodies with meaningful messages, which have given the group a large fan base around the world.
By Jin Min-ji