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Muse Playing Webster Hall Gig May 8th, Presale Tomorrow (and unless you’re already a member of their fanclub forget a code)

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I saw Muse when they played MSG a coupla years ago and I liked them fine though they have a huge obstacle from what I can tell: Matt Bellamy isn’t much of a lead singer. A good band member, one of the boys, a strong rock band and I like em a lot, but he is no Chris Martin, let alone a Bono or a Jagger.

Forgive him if you will, one thing for sure, Muse’s gig on May 8th at Webster Hall (they are playing an invite only gig the next day at IHEARTRADIO Theatre as well) should be quite an event. Muse filled MSG, they should blow the roof off Webster Hall… but I’m not going.

Why? The presale, probably the only shot in hell of getting a ticket (remember the great job we all did with Mumford And Sons)  is with the presale code ad the only way to get a presale code was to have signed up before April 19th -which I sure haven’t done., and so, pop picketsm, we are only drones to the bees and honey of Muse fans!

So once again your full service rock nyc have blown it. I feel so dirty when they start talking cute… Wait, wrong presale. Still, while I’ve never been much of a lad for the Protestant work ethic, and would happily spend my life vegetating if I had the time and money, still Muse are one of the happier success stories, put in a lot of time and a lot of effort on the road to success and to the winner the daughters of Goldie Hawn.

This is off their webpage

New Shows: New York City & Los Angeles

20 April 2015

USA! Muse are pleased to announce three shows in May:

8 May | New York, New York | Webster Hall presented by SiriusXM | Tickets
9 May | New York, New York | iHeartRadio Theater
15 May | Los Angeles, California | The Mayan presented by Guitar Center and DirecTV | Tickets

Your unique presale code can be found in the Members section. Please note that in order to receive a valid presale code, you must have registered before 19 April 2015.

New York City (Webster Hall) presale begins Tuesday, 21 April at 9am EDT and general on sale starts Wednesday, 22 April at 9am EDT. The show is 18+.

Los Angeles presale begins Tuesday, 21 April at 10am PDT and general on sale starts Wednesday, 22 April at 10am PDT. The show is all ages.

There is a strict two ticket limit per show. Fans are required to present the credit card & photo ID used for the transaction at the venue’s Box Office for immediate entry to the show. Name changes on orders are not permitted.

Please note that the 9 May performance is a non-ticketed show. For access to the show, listen to iHeartRadio to win tickets. Stay tuned for an additional ticket giveaway via the muse.mu Members section.

To view all tour dates, please click here

Don’t click there, the closest they get to returning to the States is Mexico.

So, Wedneday at 9am for the rest of us sucker who won’t be getting a ticket!.

2 Comments

  1. Jen on April 20, 2015 at 11:31 pm

    Anyone got the pre-sale code for the NYC show? I only need one ticket. So if I’m able to get tickets, so for whomever is willing to share the code (whoever responds first), I’ll gladly buy 2 tickets and give you the other one (for face value, not looking to make anything off it, just wanna see the show but wasn’t on the right list for the pre-sale code). It’s sure to sell out quick, so you’d have an extra chance at getting a ticket and increasing your odds rather than another person vying against you for tickets and lowering your odds. First one to respond with the code will get the ticket if I am able to get them. Thank you so much to anyone willing to help me out. You can respond to dustandroses@aol.com if you can help with out with the code. Thanks!

  2. youjung on June 8, 2015 at 11:55 pm

    Hello ? I ‘m Korean
    I ask you to leave this article
    To the Muse concert September 30 in Seoul
    The concert is Tomorrow start the presale
    But I do not know the code
    So please can you tell the Seoul Performing code to me?
    Let me know as yjkim665@gmail.com
    For heaven!For heaven!For heaven!For heaven!For heaven!

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