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On playing songs from "The Resistance" live, [[Dominic Howard]] stated that learning to do so "should take a while!"<ref name="dhms20090612">{{cite/domhoward-myspace20090611}}</ref> and Rehearsals started on the 19th of July.<ref>{{cite/musewire20090719‎}}</ref> On the 22nd, [[musewire]] readers were told to "expect an 8" stone 'enge" for The Resistance tour's stage design.<ref>{{cite/musewire20090722}}</ref>
 
On playing songs from "The Resistance" live, [[Dominic Howard]] stated that learning to do so "should take a while!"<ref name="dhms20090612">{{cite/domhoward-myspace20090611}}</ref> and Rehearsals started on the 19th of July.<ref>{{cite/musewire20090719‎}}</ref> On the 22nd, [[musewire]] readers were told to "expect an 8" stone 'enge" for The Resistance tour's stage design.<ref>{{cite/musewire20090722}}</ref>
  
The balloons were released during Plug In Baby. Afterwards, the band played {{Burning Bridges}} whilst waiting for the final balloons to be popped.
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The balloons were released during Plug In Baby. Afterwards, the band played {{Burning Bridges}} whilst waiting for the final balloons to be popped.  Bellamy used his [[Manson Mirror Kaoss]] for Hysteria.
  
 
=== Media ===
 
=== Media ===

Revision as of 20:12, 26 December 2010

Signed setlist
Muse show
Venue Sheffield Arena[1][2]
Date 4th November 2009[1][2]
Location Sheffield[1][2]
Country United Kingdom
Songs 18[source?]
Support The Big Pink[3]
Start (UTC) Unknown
Capacity 13,500[source?]
Price (GBP) 37.50 (exc. booking fees)[source?]
Sold out? Yes[source?]




This concert was part of the European leg of "The Resistance" tour, announced on the 1st of June with general ticket sale starting on the 5th thereof,[1] at 09:00.[2] Fan pre-sale was sent out during the evening of 3rd June featuring links for the pre-sale commencing at 9:00 the following morning. Pre-sale tickets completely sold out for all UK dates in ~35 minutes.[source?]

On playing songs from "The Resistance" live, Dominic Howard stated that learning to do so "should take a while!"[4] and Rehearsals started on the 19th of July.[5] On the 22nd, musewire readers were told to "expect an 8" stone 'enge" for The Resistance tour's stage design.[6]

The balloons were released during Plug In Baby. Afterwards, the band played Burning Bridges whilst waiting for the final balloons to be popped. Bellamy used his Manson Mirror Kaoss for Hysteria.

Media

An audience recording is located here[registration needed]

Matt Bellamy stated after the gig in a Q Magazine interview that it was the best thing that had happened to the band this century. [1]

Setlist

References

  1. a b c d THE RESISTANCE TOUR (2009-06-01). Muse website. Retrieved 2009-06-01 from muse.mu.
  2. a b c d (2009-06-02). [Ticket sale information, "MUSE COMING SOON"]. Gigsandtours. Retrieved 2009-06-02 from www.seetickets.com[dead link].
  3. Biffy Clyro and The Big Pink to support Muse! (2009-09-15). Muse website. Retrieved 2009-09-15 from muse.mu.
  4. Dominic Howard. (2009-06-11). Finished.. Possibly... MySpace. Retrieved 2009-06-11 from blogs.myspace.com.
  5. Christopher Wolstenholme. (2009-07-19). First day of rehearsals an .... musewire/Twitter. Retrieved 2009-07-22 from twitter.com.
  6. Muse. (2009-07-22). http://twitpic.com/b84il w .... musewire/Twitter. Retrieved 2009-07-22 from twitter.com.

See also


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