British superstars Muse have thrilled German music fans by confirming that their 2019 tour will be stopping off in Cologne. Why are Muse tickets always so sought after across the world?
History of the Band
The band were formed in Teignmouth, Devon in 1994. Originally called 'Rocket Baby Dolls', their name soon changed to 'Muse', which they felt would be ideal for posters. The band is made up of Dominic Howard on drums, Chris Wolstenholme on bass and backing vocals, and Matt Bellamy on vocals, guitar and keyboards. Muse began by building a loyal fanbase in the 1990s: for a lot of young people, Muse tickets became highly sought after; a fact which continues to hold in 2019. They released their first album, 'Showbiz', in 1999, and this has now sold over 700,000 copies. In 2001, their second album, 'Origins of Symmetry', came out, featuring a more experimental approach, and more of Matt's famous high-pitched vocals. This caused a split with their record company, who did not consider such singing suitable for radio! The band released their third album, 'Absolution', in 2003, and this gave them their big breakthrough in the US. 2006's 'Black Holes and Revelations' saw them make the transition to be a stadium rock band: tickets for Muse's 2007 Wembley concert sold out in 45 minutes. 'The Resistance', released in 2009, earned them their first 'Best Rock Album' Grammy. 2012's 'The Second Law' was also hugely successful and earned another Grammy nomination. The slightly more rock-oriented 'Drones' came out in 2015, and won the band their second Grammy.
Have Muse played in Germany prior to 2019?
Yes they have, many times since 2000, but they expect the Cologne show in 2019 to be the most spectacular yet. Muse tickets always entitle you to be part of a fantastic stadium experience. Their extravagant stage shows are designed to be both unique and extremely memorable. The band have admitted in the past that they do not always make back the vast amount of money they spend on their shows, but they believe in keeping tickets for Muse concerts as affordable as possible. Drummer Dominic Howard is an avowed sci-fi fan, and this can lead to some surreal effects, like the band being eaten by aliens live on stage! For 2019, Matt Bellamy claims that Muse will 'blow people's minds' with things they will never have seen before, so, if you like huge shows and new technology, you need to secure your Muse tickets as soon as possible.
What Kind of Set List Can I Expect if I Buy Tickets for Muse in Cologne 2019?
Muse's eighth studio album, Simulation Theory, is being released on 9th November 2018. Tracks from this album will no doubt form a big part of the set, as the band love to reward your investment in Muse tickets with some fresh material. On their last visit to Germany, at the Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg, in September 2018, Muse tickets got you 17 songs in total, including three each from Black Holes and Revelations, Absolution, Drones, and the Second Law, plus three tracks which are expected to feature on Simulation Theory. For 2019, your Muse tickets should give you a more spectacular stage show and more songs from the new album. If you are a fan of the band, or just someone who appreciates a great show, get yourself some tickets for Muse at Cologne.
Will I be able to get Muse Tickets for Cologne 2019?
Muse are now established as one of the biggest bands on Earth, and their 2019 tour is going to be a massive event. To get your Muse tickets, you will need to check availability regularly and book as soon as you can. Online ticket agencies like Tickets75 can take most of the stress out of buying Muse tickets. If you want your Muse tickets for Cologne 2019 to be obtained for you with as little fuss as possible, allied with great customer service, Tickets75 provide a great solution. Of course, not everyone will succeed in getting Muse tickets, as the 2019 shows will be incredibly popular, but if you keep checking the Tickets75 website and act promptly, you could be there in Cologne 2019, and have something to tell the grandchildren about!