Muse Performs Tonight on Facebook Live!

If you have ever wanted to see the Muse perform live without spending a dime and also not have to leave the comfort of your own home, tonight is the perfect opportunity. At 9:10pm CST (10:10pm EST), Muse will be performing from Austin 360 Amphitheatre on Facebook Live. Additionally, fans watching on Facebook can vote on three songs for them to play during their set.

Nearing the halfway point of their summer tour with Thirty Seconds to Mars and PVRIS, they began last month and will finish on September 20 in Salt Lake City. Already, positive reviews from past tour stops have come in. The Tampa Bay Times calls them “dazzlingly talented”.

Just before starting their tour, Muse released their latest single “Dig Down” and features themes of unity and survival; fighting for what’s right when your back’s against the wall. Co-produced by Mike Elizondo and Muse and mixed by Spike Stent, frontman Matt Bellamy commented:

“When I was writing this song, I was looking to counteract the current negativity in the world and give inspiration, optimism and hope to people to fight for the causes they believe in; that as individuals we can choose to change the world if we want to”.

You can stream the song here.

When the concert begins, you can see it on their Facebook page here.

Here are the remaining tour dates:

  • June 10, Austin, TX: Austin 360 Amphitheatre
  • June 12, Kansas City, MO: Starlight Theatre
  • June 13, St. Louis, MO: Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
  • June 15, Charlotte, NC: PNC Music Pavilion**
  • July 18, Toronto, ON: Budweiser Stage
  • July 22, Wantagh, NY:  Jones Beach Theater
  • Aug. 1, Burgettstown, PA: KeyBank Pavilion
  • Sept. 15, Mountain View, CA: Shoreline Amphitheatre
  • Sept. 18, Red Rocks, CO: Red Rocks Amphitheatre
  • Sept. 20, Salt Lake City, UT: USANA Amphitheatre

Muse will also headline Reading & Leeds in the UK for the third time.

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