Liévin Stade Couvert Régional 2009 (gig)

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Venue Stade Couvert Régional[1][2] [en: Regional Covered Stage]
Date 31st October 2009[1][2]
Location Liévin[1][2]
Country France
Songs 17[source?]
Support The Horrors[3]
Start (UTC+1) 20:00[2]
Capacity 11,300[source?]
Price (EUR) 38.50, 55.00[2]
Sold out? Yes[source?]

This concert was part of the European leg of The Resistance tour, announced on the 1st of June.[1] Fan pre-sale information and links were announced on the 3rd of June.[4] Pre-sale took place on the 4th–5th through FNAC Spectacles[4] and general sale started on the 5th.[1] The concert was promoted by Alias.[2]

On playing songs from The Resistance live, Dominic Howard stated that learning to do so "should take a while!"[5] and rehearsals started on the 19th of July.[6] On the 22nd, musewire readers were told to "expect an 8" stone 'enge" for the tour's stage design.[7]

During Exogenesis, each member changed into costume.[8] Howard wore his Spider Man costume, Christopher Wolstenholme his Nightwing costume and Matthew Bellamy appeared as Count Dracula, which can be seen here.


Sometime during the gig Bellamy and Howard "Merci beaucoup".
Before Starlight Howard "This next song is for Ben Marr".



  1. a b c d e THE RESISTANCE TOUR (2009-06-01). Muse website. Retrieved 2009-06-01 from
  2. a b c d e f MUSE : réservation de billet avec la FNAC (2009-06). FNAC. Retrieved 2009-06-30 from[dead link].
  3. The Horrors to support Muse in Europe (2009-10-13). Muse website. Retrieved 2009-10-13 from
  4. a b THE RESISTANCE TOUR (2009-06-03). Muse E-mail. Retrieved 2009-06-03. [verify]
  5. Dominic Howard. (2009-06-11). Finished.. Possibly... MySpace. Retrieved 2009-06-11 from
  6. Christopher Wolstenholme. (2009-07-19). First day of rehearsals an .... musewire/Twitter. Retrieved 2009-07-22 from
  7. Muse. (2009-07-22). w .... musewire/Twitter. Retrieved 2009-07-22 from
  8. Anthony 'sidney0'. (2009-11-01). [Forum post]. Muselive. Retrieved 2009-11-01 from

See also

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