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This template is used to display a summary of the information from a given concert. An example and detailed guidelines follow.


Please note that unknown or empty items should not be included when saving a page.

| Venue = 
| VenueRef = 
| VenueTrans = 
| VenueChild = 
| VenueChildRef = 
| VenueParent = 
| VenueParentRef = 
| Event = 
| EventRef = 
| Date = 
| DateRef = 
| SubLocation = 
| SubLocationRef = 
| Location = 
| LocationRef =
| Country = 
| Songs = 
| SongsRef =
| Support = 
| SupportRef =
| Supported = 
| SupportedRef =
| Start = 
| StartRef =
| Doors = 
| DoorsRef =
| Zone = 
| Capacity = 
| CapacityRef =
| Price = 
| PriceRef =
| Curr = 
| SoldOut = 
| SoldOutRef =
| Cancelled = 

Where ...

Venue: The venue. If the show is part of a festival or similar, Event should be set.

VenueTrans: English translation of the venue, if applicable

VenueChild: A sub-section of the venue, if applicable. Perhaps a room or hall within it.

VenueParent: A body of which the venue is a part, if applicable. Perhaps a larger complex.

Event: The event of which the gig was part, if applicable.

Date: The date on which the performance took place.

Location: The city, town, or village in which the show took place, with an ISO 3166-2 region code appended thereto.

SubLocation: A part within the Location, if applicable. Perhaps a district within a city.

Country: The country in which the show took place.

Songs: The number of songs played by Muse. This does not include riffs and jams.

Support: The artists which supported (performed prior to) Muse. For festivals, this should be limited to 2 and a comprehensive list should be added below the gigbox, within the article's body text. Later acts should be placed on the left, with earlier acts on the right.

Supported: The artists which Muse supported (performed after Muse). For festivals, this datum should be treated in the same way as Support. Later acts should be placed on the left, with earlier acts on the right.

Start: The time at which the event started. For festivals, a comprehensive list of times relevant to the stage Muse performed on should be included below the gigbox, within the article's body text. When a detailed list of times (perhaps including soundcheck times) is known, this is the case with regular gigs as well. These times should be in the local timezone.

Doors: The time at which doors or gates opened.

Zone: The local timezone relative to UTC (GMT), for example the UK is UTC during the winter and UTC+1 during the summer.

Capacity: The venue's capacity. If capacity of the gig was different from the venue's total capacity, this should be used and a note in parenthesis appended.

Price: The price of a ticket. When there were many different prices, the main one should be included and a footnote symbol appended, referencing a comprehensive list of prices below the gigbox, within the article's body text.

Curr: ISO code of the local currency.

SoldOut: Whether the entire ticket allocation is sold out. Be careful not to include dates in which tickets are no longer available, but did not sell out (usually on the day itself).

Cancelled If the gig was cancelled, set this to 1. The gigbox and category will then change to reflect cancellation.

Remember that [[Category:Gigs]] is not required on the individual gigs pages, as this template automatically adds any pages which include it into the gigs category. This template also automatically adds the page to the relevant [[Category:Gigs in {location}]] and [[Category:Gigs in {country}]] categories.

Additions and changes to the gigbox template should be discussed on the template's talk page.

See also

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