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Revision as of 17:38, 6 November 2009

Chris Wolstenholme outside Teignbridge council offices, August 17th
Warning on a local road
Muse show
Venue The Den[1][2][3][4]
Date 4th September 2009[1][2][3][4]
Location Teignmouth[1][2][3][4]
Country United Kingdom
Songs 16[source?]
Support The Quails, Cosmo Jarvis[source?][5]
Start (UTC+1) Unknown, 18:00[3][4][6] (doors)
Capacity 10,000[source?]
Price (GBP) 37.50[1]
Sold out? Yes[7][8]

General sale sale started on the 21st[1] at 09:00[3][4]. Tickets are limited to four per person, for both nights.[3] BBC Radio 1 will broadcast a partial recording of the Seaside Rendezvous concerts.[5]


First rumoured in mid-July,[9] the South Devon newspaper Herald Express lent credence to the possibility of two early-September Teignmouth gigs on the 4th of August.[2] Permission was still being sought at that time,[2] though anecdotes from locals suggested that the concerts were thought likely to go ahead.[10][11] Support was gauged by the council through sending letters regarding the concerts to locals, culminating with a meeting inside Teignbridge council offices at 10:00am on the 17th.[12][13][14][15] Christopher Wolstenholme appealed for followers of musewire to turn up to the offices in support of the gigs[12][13][14] and the council allowed the concerts to go ahead, under the condition that the sound level does not exceed 84.1 decibels.[16]


The concerts were announced on the Muse website the following day, collectively dubbed "A Seaside Rendezvous". Ticket price is the same as that of the rest of The Resistance tour, namely £37.50 without booking fee, through the Muse website, Ticketmaster, Gigs and Tours[1]/Seetickets[3][4] and an unspecified Teignmouth booking office. A limited number of tickets will be sold with coach transport through Gigs and Tours, from the following cities: Birmingham, Bristol, London, Manchester, Nottingham, Oxford and Southampton.[1]

It has been speculated that these twin gigs are what DJ Zane Lowe meant by his "surprise" in store for Muse fans.[17] This seems to have been the case, as he announced on his Tuesday 18th August programme that he would be supporting Muse as a DJ and that a partial recording of the concerts—along with "Muse at 10" (a pun on "News at 10")—would be broadcast on his Monday 7th of September programme. "Muse at 10" will be a documentary celebrating the 10 years of Muse since debut album Showbiz was first released, on the 7th of September 1999 in France.[5]

Ticket sale

The first Muse pre-sale was from 09:00 on the 19th of August. This pre-sale was enforced by unique codes given to each member of the official Muse website. Only one order could be made and tickets were limited to four per order. This system prevented the vendors' websites from buckling and people were able to buy tickets for a long period after the pre-sale started. A second Muse pre-sale took place the following day, that time limited to members of the mailing list.[18] General sale caused Seetickets outage, which was still the case at 09:33,[19] but had ended by 09:37.[20]

Price table

Description Base price Transport Booking fee Transaction fee Total
Official price 37.50 - 37.50[1]
Ticketmaster - ? ? ?[7]
Seetickets with Bristol coach 22.95 0 4.80 65.25[20]
Seetickets with Birmingham coach 32.95 75.25[20]
Seetickets with London coach 33.95 76.25[20]
Seetickets with Southampton coach 28.95 71.25[20]
Seetickets with Nottingham coach 36.95 79.25[20]
Seetickets with Oxford coach 29.95 72.25[20]


Multiple competitions for the event were held in various countries, including Austria[21] and Switzerland[22]. Competitions in Austria were held by FM4[22] and in Swizerland by 20 Minuten, 20 minutes, Couleur 3 and DRS 3.[21] A bid for eight pairs of tickets was held by The Helen Foundation, with the proceeds going towards charitable purposes.[21]


As of the 31st of August, preparations are being made on the Den. Fences are being constructed around the Den's facilities to prevent damage from being caused by Muse fans during the concerts. The stage is being constructed on the south side of the Den and thus attendees will presumably view the concert from the north side of the field.



  1. a b c d e f g h A Seaside Rendezvous (2009-08-18). Official Muse website. Retrieved 2009-08-18 from muse.mu.
  2. a b c d e Emma Pearcy. (2009-08-07). Rock giants to play hometown gigs?. Herald Express. Retrieved 2009-08-07. [verify]
  3. a b c d e f g (2009-08-18). [Ticket purchase page]. Ticketmaster. Retrieved 2009-08-18 from www.ticketmaster.co.uk.
  4. a b c d e f (2009-08-18). [Muse concert listing]. Seetickets. Retrieved 2009-08-18 from www.seetickets.com.
  5. a b c Will 'longman101' Longman. (2009-08-18). Zane Lowe to support Muse. Muselive. Retrieved 2009-08-18 from www.muselive.com.
  6. Presumption that listed time is for gates and not concert
  7. a b (2009-08-21). [Ticket search]. Ticketmaster. Retrieved 2009-08-21T09:45 from www.ticketmaster.co.uk.
  8. (2009-08-21). [Muse concert listing]. Seetickets. Retrieved 2009-08-21T12:14 from www.seetickets.com.
  9. (2009-07-21). [MuseWiki revision]. MuseWiki. Retrieved 2009-07-21 from www.musewiki.org.
  10. Emma 'mrs_bellamy'. (2009-08-08). [Forum post]. Muselive. Retrieved 2009-08-08 from www.muselive.com.
  11. Gavin 'phobia'. (2009-08-08). [Forum post]. Muselive. Retrieved 2009-08-09 from www.muselive.com.
  12. a b Christopher Wolstenholme. (2009-08-15). There is a council meeting .... Twitter. Retrieved 2009-08-17 from twitter.com.
  13. a b Christopher Wolstenholme. (2009-08-15). The Council Offices, Ford .... Twitter. Retrieved 2009-08-17 from twitter.com.
  14. a b James 'sunburnt_atheist'. (2009-08-15). Support Muse's Homecoming Gig. Muselive. Retrieved 2009-08-17 from www.muselive.com.
  15. Jill 'unintended_musette'. (2009-08-13). [Forum post]. Muselive. Retrieved 2009-08-15 from www.muselive.com.
  16. Yes to Muse (2009-08-17). Teignmouth Post. Retrieved 2009-08-17 from www.teignmouth-today.co.uk[dead link]. [verify]
  17. Matt 'glitterati'. (2009-08-07). Muse to Perform in Teignmouth. Muselive. Retrieved 2009-08-09 from www.muselive.com.
  18. A Seaside Rendezvous: Ticket pre-sale update... (2009-08-19). Muse e-mail. Retrieved 2009-08-20. [verify]
  19. Service Busy (2009-08-21). Seetickets. Retrieved 2009-08-21T09:33 from www.seetickets.com.
  20. a b c d e f g MUSE TICKET & COACH PACKAGE tickets. Buy tickets for MUSE TICKET & COACH PACKAGE at The Den, Teignmouth (2009-08-21). Seetickets. Retrieved 2009-08-21T09:37 from www.seetickets.com.
  21. a b c Austrian Muse Fans - Win Teignmouth Tickets (2009-08-29). Official Muse website. Retrieved 2009-08-31 from muse.mu. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "mu20090831b" defined multiple times with different content
  22. a b Swiss Muse Fans - Win Teignmouth Tickets (2009-08-29). Official Muse website. Retrieved 2009-08-31 from muse.mu.

See also

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