The National Bowl has not seen live music in seven years, but the multi-platinum and Grammy Award-winning rock band Muse will get things going again this summer. Widely recognised as one of the best live bands in the world, Muse have consistently produced exhilarating and ground-breaking shows, and this year’s world tour will be no exception.
The historic venue will see the band taking over huge outdoor arenas such as Plymouth’s Home Park, Huddersfield’s John Smith’s Stadium, Bellahouston Park in Glasgow, as well as The National Bowl, where they will appear on Sunday June 25.
The tour features special guests Royal Blood, who will perform at Plymouth, Huddersfield and Milton Keynes. Furthermore, the American band announced they will be joined by Mexican rock band, The Warning, as support on the tour.
Since forming in 1994, Muse have released eight studio albums, selling over 30 million units worldwide. The band have received critical success too winning numerous music awards including two Grammy Awards, an American music award, five MTV Europe music award, two Brit awards, eleven NME awards and seven Q awards.
MK Dons Chairman Pete Winkelman said:
“We have been very keen to investigate how concerts can operate under our plans for the training ground and we are really excited to be working with SJM to bring Muse to The National Bowl for the venue’s first live concert for seven years.”
Stadium MK, MK Dons and Milton Keynes Development Partnership plan to organise more concerts to take place at The National Bowl in the future.
Tickets for the Will of the People World Tour can be purchased online, visit stadiummk.com for more information