Muse fans were left confused and angry after their planned WestCountry show disapeared.
On Monday, the Teignmouth rockers announced details of the ‘Simulation World Tour’ which will see the trio play at stadiums across the globe.
However, the only confirmed UK shows so far are in Manchester and London – despite an earlier announcement that they would be playing in Bristol.
The news left many disappointed as it appeared the only WestCountry show had been dropped, however, Bristol Live now understands that Muse will play a show in Bristol in 2019 as first indicated.
Shortly after the announcement, Muse confirmed that more dates will be added to next year’s world tour.
It is currently not yet known where or when the Bristol show will take place, but indications show it is likely to happen at Ashton Gate – the home of Bristol City FC.
It is believed that it will take happen between May 29 and June 12.
This fits in with the band’s two other UK shows on June 1 and 8 and would be the venue in Bristol that resembles most closely those chosen for London and Manchester.
Ashton Gate Stadium is set to host five large gigs this summer – with Take That, Rod Stewart and The Spice Girls already announced.
Muse are playing a show in Moscow on June 15 – which would seem to indicate that June 5 is the only date that they could currently play at Ashton Gate Stadium.