Paris Parc des Princes 2007 (gig)

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French promotional poster
French promotional poster
Ticket
Set list


Muse show
Venue Parc des Princes[source?]
Date 23rd June 2007[1]
Location Paris[source?]
Country France
Songs 22[source?]
Support Archive,[2][3][4] We Are Scientists,[3] Biffy Clyro[5][source?]
Start (UTC+2) 19:30,[6][source?], 17:00[source?] (doors)
Capacity 48,527 (max seated)[7], 12,000 (max standing)
Price (EUR) 83.50, 72.50, 61.50, 50.50[6]
Sold out? Yes[6]




Muse visited the venue on 15th December the previous year to decide whether or not to put on a concert there.[1] The gig was confirmed by 'Europe 2' on 21st December 2006.[8] Ticket pre-sale started 10th January 2007,[9] while general sale started 12th January at 10:00.[8]

Soldier's Poem appeared on the set list but was not played.

Media

The whole gig was recorded by Sp@ceH and can be found here in mp3 format. The whole performance was also recorded by SOUSOUS, 6 songs of which can be found here in mp3 format.

Setlist

References

  1. a b San. (2006-12-14). Muse in Paris-Parc des Princes-spring 2007 ?. Official Muse forum. Retrieved 2006-12-15 from board.muse.mu.
  2. (2007-05-17). [Archive MySpace]. MySpace. Retrieved 2007-05-17 from myspace.com.
  3. a b (2007-05-23). [MicroCuts gigs archive]. MicroCuts. Retrieved 2007-05-23 from microcuts.net.
  4. (2007-05-17). [Gig details]. MySpace. Retrieved 2007-05-17 from collect.myspace.com.
  5. KirkBot. (2007-06-18). Biffy Clyro Added To Paris Line-up. Official Muse forum. Retrieved 2007-06-23 from board.muse.mu.
  6. a b c (2007). [Ticket information]. Retrieved 2007-05-17 from www.fnacspectacles.com.
  7. Parc des Princes (2005-08-18). Wikipedia. Retrieved 2006-12-15 from wikipedia.org.
  8. a b Ana888. (2006-12-21). Muse to play in France in June!. Muselive/Europe 2. Retrieved 2006-12-21 from www.muselive.com.
  9. (2006-12-21). [Description missing]. MuseMessenger. Retrieved 2006-12-21 from musemessenger.com.

See also


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