Muse announce 2013 European stadium dates - ticket details

Band confirm huge gigs in Holland, Belgium, France and Italy

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Muse have confirmed details of a number of stadium dates in Europe for Summer 2013.

The band, who released new album 'The 2nd Law' earlier this year, will play seven shows across the continent starting in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on June 4. The band will then play shows in Belgium, France and Italy, including two nights at the Stade De France in Paris on June 21-22. As yet there are currently no UK dates on the schedule.

Tickets for all dates go on sale on Friday, November 23. Muse will play:

Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (June 4)
Werchter Festival Site, Rotselaar, Belgium (18)
Stade De France, Paris, France (21, 22)
Stade Charles Ehrmann, Nice, France (26)
Stadio Olimpico, Turin, Italy (28)
Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy (July 6)


Meanwhile, it was recently revealed that a Muse fan is trying to convert Matt Bellamy and co to the Mormon religion. The Muse frontman posted a picture of the present on the band's official Twitter, saying "Weird fan gift!" The book came with a handwritten note saying "This book changed my life, I give it to with all my heart…"

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