English rock trio Muse will kick off the U.S. leg of their Drones World Tour with a December 1 show at the Toyota Center in Houston. The U.S. leg will continue throughout the states through February, but the kickoff show in Houston is proving especially popular with fans. According to online ticket site ConcertBank.com, ticket for the December 1 show at the Toyota Center are in tight supply and the prices for Muse concert tickets are climbing.
Muse has emerged as one of the more ambitious stadium-rock bands in the tradition of Radiohead, with two Brit Awards trophies for Best British Live Acts to the band’s credit. Their best known songs include four U.S. chart-toppers: “Uprising,” “Resistance,” “Madness,” and “Dead Inside,” this year’s single off the latest album. Both “Uprising” and “Madness” have gone double platinum, and “Dead Inside” is on track to repeat the feat.
The Drones World Tour is in support of the band’s seventh album, “Drones,” which reached number one on the U.S. Album Billboard charts in June. It was Muse’ fourth consecutive album to crack the Top 10 in the U.S., after “Black Holes and Revelations,” “The Resistance” and “The 2nd Law”.
The Drones World Tour will offer fans a true 360-degree experience, with the band performing in middle of the arena to offer the best view to the maximum number of fans in attendance. Band member Matt Bellamy has said that they’ll be flying drones over the audience during parts of the shows. The show will feature a revolving stage that makes a full circle every hour, so the band will be facing every audience direction twice during the evening.
“Drones” debuted at no. 1 on the Billboard 200 in June, and sold 84,200 copies its first week of sales. The central focus of the album is “the dehumanizing elements of drone technology,” according to the Rolling Stone, which also noted that the album’s co-producer, Robert John Lange, is an AC/DC and Def Leppard veteran.
As reported elsewhere, Muse concert tickets are averaging $172 on the secondary ticket market, with some prices ranging much higher. ConcertBank.com reports that Drones fans can still find tickets for the December 1 U.S. kickoff date for considerably less than that, ConcertBank.com reports, though better seats are commanding much higher prices. Because prices and availability vary depending on the number of sellers, people looking for Muse concert tickets should check secondary ticket sites like ConcertBank.com frequently to find the best seats at the best prices.
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