The British Muse Group will close the 50th edition of the Quebec City Summer Festival on July 16, 2017.
Don’t miss this amazing chance to see Muse perform at the famous Quebec City Summer Festival on July 16, 2017 on the Abraham Plains stage!
Forced to add an extra gig after having sold all the tickets of their last tour “Drones” in record time on their last passage in Quebec in 2016, the trio returns after having concluded their “Drones” tours, named after their 7th album in the summer of 2017. It is therefore a safe bet that not only fans of the Quebec region will be numerous to visit the site of the Plains of Abraham to attend this closing show, but also fans from everywhere in North America will converge to Quebec City to attend this event. Having gained notoriety as a group that delivers performances both technically perfect and visually impressive, Muse has won several music industry awards for their live acts, and the closing show of the 50th edition of one of the biggest Music festivals in the world should not be the exception to the rule.
Founded in 1994 in Devon County, England, Muse consists of singer, guitarist and instrumentalist Matthew Bellamy, bassist Chris Wolstenholme and percussionist Dominic Howard. They have 7 studio albums to their credit and have received several awards, both in America and in Europe. Their best known pieces are “Uprising”, “Starlight”, “Madness” and “Knights of Cydonia”, to name but a few, but each of their albums contains one or several successes very much appreciated by all the fans. Always on the lookout for the latest imaging and lighting technologies, their show at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome in summer 2013 is the first show in the world to be filmed with 4K technology, which is now the standard in the world of cinema and television.