British rock band Muse to play in Hong Kong in September
Concert at the AsiaWorld-Arena will be part of a worldwide tour to promote their album Drones
Influential British rock band Muse have announced they will return to Hong Kong for their third live show in the city at AsiaWorld-Arena on September 28.
The Hong Kong concert will be part of a worldwide tour to promote their seventh studio album, Drones – scheduled to be released on June 5 – that will also take in dates at the Fuji Rock Festival in Japan, as well as large-scale shows in Beijing, Shanghai and Seoul.
Muse are known as an explosive live band – so far winning two Brit Awards for best British live act – and they won a Grammy Award in 2011 for best rock album for their album The Resistance.
The band are led by singer/guitarist Matthew Bellamy, and have earned a devoted following worldwide for their electric style that draws on progressive rock, electronica and even heavy metal.
Muse previously appeared in Hong Kong in 2007 and 2010.
Tickets to the September show cost HK$780 (all standing) and are available through HK Ticketing.