Muse cancel dates on upcoming North American tour

Shows cancelled and rescheduled so Chris Wolstenholme can be at the birth of his fifth child

Muse have cancelled two shows and resheduled two others on their upcoming tour of North America.

The group have cancelled their previously announced shows in Kansas City on November 2 and St. Louis on November 3, so bassist Chris Wolstenholme can be at the birth of his fifth child.

Refunds for these dates are available, with the group assuring fans they “haven’t forgotten them,” adding that they “will make up these cancelled shows on a future tour”.

Meanwhile, the band have rescheduled the Columbus date on November 5 to October 12, and the Cincinnati show from November 6 to October 11.

Tickets for the rescheduled dates are still valid for the shows, while refunds are available at point of purchase.

As previously reported, Muse’s new song ‘Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)’ is set to be the lead song from the forthcoming film soundtrack to ‘The Twilight Saga: Eclipse’.

Head to the Muse Blog now to read fan reactions to the song and to post your own. Plus, see NME.COM/muse for exclusive news, video, pictures and more.