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London Benefit

  03 July 2017

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London! Muse have announced an intimate show at The O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on Saturday 19th August in aid of The Passage, London’s largest voluntary sector resource centre for homeless and vulnerable people.

The show is “By Request” - ticket holders can choose their top ten tracks and all votes submitted will be collated and used to curate the set on the night.

Fan club members will have access to an exclusive presale on Wednesday 5th July at 9a BST. Please note the password will be delivered tomorrow via the mailing list. 

General on sale tickets available Friday 7th July at 9a BST

There is a strict two (2) ticket limit. To combat touts, all tickets will be paperless & name changes on orders will not be permitted. Fans will be required to present photo ID and the credit card that was used to book the tickets in order to gain entry to the venue.

From Matt: “We have admired The Passage’s work for a while now. Their work is vital to the community in London. We are looking forward to doing our bit to help the amazing staff and volunteers and the homeless people who benefit from their tireless hard work.”

The Passage’s mission is to provide resources which encourage, inspire and challenge homeless people to transform their lives. It offers a wide range of services to meet the varying and complex needs of homeless and vulnerable people. The Passage’s aim is to help them address the issues that have contributed to them being—or are keeping them—homeless, and to enable them to move on to live safe, happy and fulfilling lives. To learn more about The Passage, please click here.

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    Voted for Aftermath and Easily, I hope we have a chance :-) Interestingly, some songs like Hoodoo or Falling Down are not available)
    Just 10 songs, it's not too many, I wonder if they will publish the results.

    tareldo
    12 days ago

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    @Mima85 Second that!

    Velo:Sity
    12 days ago

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    Got the set list code! Please vote for the Groove and Easily - I would LOVE to hear them play those songs live!!!!

    Mima85
    12 days ago

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    Can't find the presale!!? Did you?!

    Kate85
    12 days ago

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    Aftermath would be great. I fear it might become the Big Freeze of Drones. It'd be cool if they played both.

    Velo:Sity
    13 days ago

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    I would be glad if they played The Globalist and Aftermath. But....does anyone know how to vote, when, where?? I'm so excited about this gig..my gosh!!!!! All the way from Portugal just to see this guys and hanging around with some of you. It will be awesome!!!

    just-do-it
    13 days ago

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    @diana719 I'd replace Reapers (since it's a recent song they played a lot during Drones tour) and Stockholm Syndrome and Citizen Erased (since they've been playing them a lot recently) for something more exclusive (like Assassin, Dead Star, Eternally Missed, Recess, Shine, Crying Shame, Shrinking Universe) but it's just my opinion. ;)

    Velo:Sity
    13 days ago

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    I think (and hope) Easily will be voted for a lot since Matt said he would vote for it.

    Velo:Sity
    13 days ago

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    @diana719 I am guessing and hoping they do at least 19 like every other concert this tour. My guess is that they will let us pick 10 songs and then do 9 kind of must do songs like Time is Running Out and Supermassive Black Hole and like Knights, etc. Or it would be a hour long set of 10 songs. That's my guess at least

    MkUltra62
    14 days ago

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    @tareldo yeah i reckon Stockholm Syndrome be replaced. I'd love to hear Space Dementia as well. Citizen Erased always has that special place in my heart bcoz it has 7:19 duration just like my nickname lol.

    Does anyone know how many songs they likely to play?

    diana719
    14 days ago

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    @diana719 they've already played Stockholm Syndrome at almost any concert I've attended(especially when they come to my home country, no matter how many years passes between concerts they play Stockholm Syndrome and Madness), Citizen Erased also was played 26 times in 2016, what about B&H, Space Dementia or even Defector :-)

    Have they ever played Aftermath?

    Anyways IMHO Dead Star and In Your World are the must.

    Also there are different rare tracks like Soaked or Easily or Coma but it's unlikely they will win if there will be voting.

    tareldo
    14 days ago

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    does anyone have a round-trip journey from Coventry?
    top 10 songs I would like to vote:
    1. In Your World
    2. Citizen Erased
    3. Futurism
    4. Microcuts
    5. Do We Need This?
    6. The Small Print
    7. Stockholm Syndrome
    8. Fury
    9. Reapers
    10. Hyper Music

    Does anyone feel the same? :p

    diana719
    14 days ago

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    @MkUltra62 Looks good!

    Velo:Sity
    14 days ago

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    These are the 10 songs I want to vote, do any of you think I should change any?
    1. Big Freeze
    2. Glorious
    3. Dead Star
    4. Soaked
    5. In Your World
    6. Coma
    7. Eternally Missed
    8. Falling Away with You
    9. The Small Print
    10. Space Dementia

    MkUltra62
    15 days ago

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    I agree with comments about The O2 Empire sale : messages from the Ticketmaster site told me first there were "no tickets from the venue" (!) then "No tickets match your search" and I spent ages on it too. I suppose the tix went in minutes but the whole process was a mess.

    MusiCath
    15 days ago

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