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Revision as of 16:37, 4 April 2011

Muse show
Venue Unknown (Festival des Vieilles Charrues[1])
Date 15th July 2010[1]
Location Site de Kerampuil, Carhaix-Plouguer[1]
Country France
Songs 15[source?]
Support Unknown
Start (UTC+2) 20:00[source?], 17:00 (doors)
Capacity Unknown
Price (EUR) 49.00 (1 day) + reservation fee
Sold out? Unknown

This was the last of three French concerts, which were announced on the 16th of March. The most voted songs on the official set-list polls were Citizen Erased, Bliss, Showbiz, Muscle Museum and I Belong to You (+Mon Cœur S'ouvre à Ta Voix), the first of which was played during the gig.

There was torrential rain during the whole day. Similarly to the previous rainy gig at Oxegen the band opened with Plug In Baby. Plus the crazy outfits that Dominic Howard and Matthew Bellamy wore in the previous gig made a return. It also appeared that the stage wasn't able to completely shield the band from the pouring rain. The piano was covered with a sheet when it was not in use and during Undisclosed Desires one of the stage crew can be seen wiping down Howard's drum kit and seat.


  • 00:45 – Muse end
  • 23:00 – Muse
  • 20:00 – Music started
  • 17:00 – Gates opened

‡ Half-price for children (9–14 years old) only from fixed sale points. Free for children under 9.



  1. a b c Vieilles Charrues Festival 2010 (Carhaix, France) Date Announced! (2010-07-15). Muse website. Retrieved 2010-11-25 from muse.mu.

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