The band have decided to play gigs this weekend after their tragedy at Glastonbury…

MUSE have decided to continue with their forthcoming live commitments, despite their tragedy at the GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL.

As previously reported, drummer Dominic Howard’s father died shortly after the band’s set on the Pyramid Stage on Sunday (June 28).

The band pulled out of a show in Bergamo, Italy, on Wednesday (June 30) as a result of the death.


However, this weekend’s appearances at St Gallen in Switzerland (July 2), the Werchter Festival in Belgium (3) and Roskilde in Denmark (4) will all go ahead as scheduled.


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