English rock band Muse have announced plans to embark on the "Simulation Theory" world tour in early 2019.
The trio will perform across North America, the UK and Europe in 2019 in support of their upcoming album Simulation Theory, due on Friday, November 9.
The "Simulation Theory Tour" will kick off in North America, starting February 22 in Houston and will conclude on April 10 in Boston. The band will then start their European trek on May 26 from Prague, Czech Republic and wrap up the tour on July 26 at Madrid, Spain.
Fans who have pre-ordered the Simulation Theory album by November 9 will have first access to tickets beginning on November 13 at 10AM local time. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, November 16 at 12 PM local time.
Simulation Theory marks Muse's first album since it released Drones in 2015. Muse has partnered with several award-winning producers, including Rich Costey, Mike Elizondo, Shellback and Timbaland, to produce the eleven-track record.
The band has already released five singles from the album, "Pressure," "The Dark Side," "Something Human," "Thought Contagion," and "Dig Down."
For tour dates and more, visit https://simulationtheory.muse.mu/