London Emirates Stadium 2013 - 26th (gig)

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Ticket for the gig
Poster at Finsbury Park station
The 1975 perform
Dizzee Rascal performs
Bellamy performs Supermassive Black Hole
Muse show
Venue Emirates Stadium[1][2]
Date 26th May 2013[1][2]
Location London[1][2]
Country United Kingdom
Songs Unknown
Support The 1975, Dizzee Rascal[3]
Start (UTC) 17:00[3]
Capacity Unknown
Price Unknown
Sold out? Unknown




Announced on the 19th of November, Muse shall perform within Emirates Stadium on the 26th of May as part of the summer stadium tour.[1] Pre-sale started at 09:30 on the 21st, [4] and general sale on the 23rd.[1][2]

Information

Matthew Bellamy stated on Twitter that in this gig Dead Star and all of Muse's B-sides will be played, as well as Origin of Symmetry backwards. However, this was a joke. [5]

Although Dizzee Rascal had finished his support set at 19:35, Muse did not come on stage until 20:20.

Butterflies and Hurricanes was played for the first time on The 2nd Law tour and for the first time since 2011.

At the end of the Freedom outro, Matt threw his guitar, the Manson Matt Black VI, into the air twice - firstly across the stage and secondly down the catwalk. The impact of the second landing smashed the guitar's body in half. Although a version of the Matt Black was thrown around at the end of Uprising the night before, the guitar did not appear to break.

Unintended was performed with Matt singing, Chris on guitar and Morgan Nicholls on keyboards.

The light bulb shaped balloon flew around the crowd with an acrobat suspended and performing underneath it during Blackout.

Charles the Robot appeared on stage during Unsustainable.

The set contained six songs from Absolution, which is the highest number of songs played off Absolution since the gig at Buenos Aires on the 24th July 2008 (if Fury is classed as an album track) or since the gig at Bucharest on the 6th October 2007 (if Fury is not classed as an album track)

Songs played during soundcheck (at roughly 3pm) were Map Of The Problematique (with Who Knows Who outro), Interlude, Hysteria, Sunburn and Butterflies And Hurricanes.

Price details

Type Base price Booking fee Total
Upper Tier Seating 29.50 2.95 32.45
Standing and Unreserved Lower Tier Seating 49.50 4.95 54.45
Upper Tier Seating
Upper Tier Seating 55 5.50 60.50
Club Level Seating 75 7.50 82.50
[3]

Speech

After Supremacy Bellamy "Thank yooooooooooou!"
After Supermassive Black Hole "Thank you! How you guys doing? The weather has come! Finally."
During Panic Station "Come on David! You can do so much better than that!" [points to David Cameron on screen]
Before Sunburn "Okay we're gonna play an old bastard now. First song, first album if anybody's got it."
After Feeling Good "Thank you."
During Follow Me "Sing it with Chris!"
During Madness "And I have finally realised what you fucking mean."
After Stockholm Syndrome "Freedom!"
Before Unintended "Lucky number red. London you guys look beautiful today. Why don't you just play something... [?]. I'll see you guys."
During Uprising "They will not con-fucking-trol us!"
Before Starlight "Thank you London! C'mon!"
After Starlight "Yes London! Yeah, you guys."

Schedule

  • 22:30 – Curfew
  • 20:15–22:30 – Muse
  • 19:00–19:45 – Dizzee Rascal
  • 18:00–18:30 – The 1975
  • 17:00 – Doors open

Setlist

  • Bomb Intro (intro music)
  1. Supremacy
    (Manson Black 7 String, white-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  2. Supermassive Black Hole
    (Manson M1D1 Gloss Black, white-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  3. Panic Station
    (Manson Matt Black, sunburst Fender Jazz Bass)
  4. Map of the Problematique + Who Knows Who riff
    (Manson M1D1 Gloss Black, blue-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  5. Interlude + Hysteria + Back in Black outro
    (Manson Matt Black VI, white-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  6. Animals
    (Manson Carbon, red-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  7. Man with a Harmonica + Knights of Cydonia
    (Manson Ali Top, white-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  8. Dracula Mountain + Sunburn (piano)
    (Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass 5-string, Kawai Upright Chrome, blue-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  9. Butterflies & Hurricanes
    (Manson Matt Black VI, white-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  10. Montpellier Jam + Feeling Good
    (Kawai Grand Chrome, white-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  11. Follow Me
    (white-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  12. Liquid State
    (Manson Black 7 String, white-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  13. Madness
    (Manson Matt Black, Status Kitara Doubleneck Bass)
  14. House of the Rising Sun riff + Time is Running Out
    (Manson Matt Black, white-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  15. Stockholm Syndrome + Freedom outro
    (Manson Matt Black VI, blue-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
    Encore 1
  16. Unintended
    (Sunburst Fender Stratocaster)
  17. Blackout
    (Sunburst Fender Stratocaster)
  18. Guiding Light
    (Manson Matt Black, Sunburst Fender Stratocaster)
  19. Undisclosed Desires
    (Status The KingBass Mk-II)
    Encore 2
  20. Unsustainable
    (Manson M1D1 Gloss Black,Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass 5-string)
  21. Plug In Baby
    (Manson Mirror, white-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  22. Survival
    (Manson Black 7 String, red-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
    Encore 3
  23. Isolated System
  24. Uprising (Extended)
    (Manson M1D1 Gloss Black, red Status Original Series II)
  25. Starlight
    (red-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)


References

  1. a b c d e More Stadium Dates Announced (2012-11-19). Muse website. Retrieved 2012-11-20 from muse.mu.
  2. a b c d Muse Tickets (2012-11). Gigsandtours. Retrieved 2012-11-20.
  3. a b c Muse at Emirates Stadium on 26th May 2013. Retrieved from www.gigsandtours.com.
  4. Summer Stadiums 2013 (2012-11). Muse website. Retrieved 2012-11-20 from muse.mu.
  5. Matt Bellamy's Twitter. Retrieved from www.twitter.com.

See also


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