Muse To Play Home Town

The band return to Teignmouth for two dates

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Muse are set to head home for two gigs to be held in Teignmouth – the Devonshire town the band come from.

Tickets for the gigs on September 04 and 05 on Teignmouth’s Den will go on sale on Friday (August 21), after the local council gave the shows the go ahead.

Bassist Chris Wolstenholme told the Herald Express: “The Teignmouth concerts are going to be a very proud moment for us — it is something we have wanted to do for a long time.”

Muse often go home to Teignmouth, opening a £3million arts centre in 2004 and rehearsing for their 2003 world tour in the local college.

The gigs will be a chance for the band to warm up before their ten week American and European tour.

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