The Resistance Tour

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The Resistance Tour
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Promotional tour by Muse
Location Europe, North America, South America, Asia, Australasia
Associated album The Resistance
Start date 22 October 2009
End date 28 August 2011
Legs 7
Shows 139
Muse concert chronology
A Seaside Rendezvous
(2009)
The Resistance Tour
(2009–2011)
The 2nd Law World Tour
(2012–14)

The Resistance Tour was a worldwide concert tour by English alternative rock band Muse in support of their fifth studio album The Resistance. The opening European leg began on 22 October 2009 and ended on 4 December 2009, comprising 30 shows. The second leg, which began on 7 January 2010, included thirteen shows, seven of which were part of the Australasian Big Day Out shows. A North American leg of 26 shows took place in early 2010. Nine stadium shows took place in Europe in 2010, with three of those dates taking place at Wembley Stadium and Old Trafford Cricket Ground. A second round of North American concerts took place throughout September and October 2010. These dates focused on secondary markets and other areas not previously hit on the tour. A return to Australasia took place throughout December 2010 and Muse are confirmed as openers for U2's 360° Tour dates in South America in spring 2011 and also played further European shows in the summer of 2011. At the conclusion of 2010, the tour was placed on Pollstar's annual "Year End Top 50 Worldwide Concert Tours", and appeared 13th worldwide, earning over $76 million with 64 shows in 2010.[1]

Background[edit]

A promotional tour was first confirmed by Muse in March 2009 when they announced that "We are pleased to confirm that Muse will be touring in the UK, Europe and North America this autumn."[2] In June 2009, the band confirmed the dates for an opening European leg of "The Resistance Tour," which they announced would comprise 30 shows.[3][4][5] Tickets for the shows in the United Kingdom, Sweden and France went on sale from 5 June,[3] while tickets for other European dates went on fan pre-sale between 11 June (Netherlands)[6] and 17 June (Spain).[7] Tickets for the UK arena dates, both pre-sale and general sale, sold out within minutes of going on sale.[8] On 22 September 2009, it was announced that extra tickets for many of the European concerts would be sold beginning on 24 September.[9]

Muse performing "Exogenesis: Symphony Part 1 (Overture)" on Wembley Stadium, London.

Warm-up shows[edit]

Main article: A Seaside Rendezvous

On 18 August 2009, a duo of concerts collectively entitled "A Seaside Rendezvous" was confirmed for 4 and 5 September.[10] The concerts were the first in the band's childhood hometown of Teignmouth, Devon in over ten years, as well as the first shows since the band's appearance at V Festival in August 2008 and since the completion of The Resistance. The performances included the debut appearances of five songs from the upcoming album, including lead single "Uprising", "Undisclosed Desires" and title track "Resistance".[11][12]

The band also performed a small number of shows at other venues in Europe, before they supported Irish rock band U2 for nine dates on the North American leg of their 360° Tour in September and October[13] and in South America in March and April 2011.

Date City Country Venue
A Seaside Rendezvous
4 September 2009 Teignmouth England The Den
5 September 2009
Warm-Up Shows
7 September 2009 Berlin Germany Admiralspalast
8 September 2009 Paris France Théâtre du Châtelet
13 September 2009 New York City United States Walter Kerr Theatre
U2 360° Tour
24 September 2009 East Rutherford United States Giants Stadium
25 September 2009
29 September 2009 Landover FedExField
1 October 2009 Charlottesville Scott Stadium
3 October 2009 Raleigh Carter–Finley Stadium
6 October 2009 Atlanta Georgia Dome
9 October 2009 Tampa Raymond James Stadium
12 October 2009 Arlington Cowboys Stadium
14 October 2009 Houston Reliant Stadium
25 March 2011 Santiago Chile Estadio Nacional de Chile
30 March 2011 La Plata Argentina Estadio Ciudad de La Plata
2 April 2011
3 April 2011
9 April 2011 São Paulo Brazil Estádio do Morumbi
10 April 2011
13 April 2011

Design and setup[edit]

Muse performing Resistance at the Birmingham NIA.
Muse performing at Wembley Stadium using the triangular stage.

In revealing news of the tour, music magazine NME quoted the band as saying "We are coming up with a different and exciting stage set and production which will encompass our fans," suggesting that the stage will be placed in the middle of each arena, with the audience surrounding the band,[4] a technique first used by prog-rock band Yes in 1978.[citation needed] On 22 July, via their Twitter page, the band revealed that they were "working on set design," hinting at fans to "Expect an 8" stone 'enge"."[14] In September 2009, the BBC quoted drummer Dominic Howard as revealing that the band members will "be on these three pillars moving up and down," adding that "There might be a loose narrative that we're trapped in some kind of institution and we're trying to break out of it," which he promises will "look impressive."[15] Music website Drowned in Sound also spoke to Howard, publishing the following quotes regarding stage setup:

For the stadium performances, the band changed the set design completely. Like the arena tour, the design was based on the book 1984 by George Orwell but this time the new design featured the band on a triangular-pyramid shaped stage. The stage was designed and built by the Belgian company Stageco (who also designed the stage for U2's 360° Tour).[17] It features a ball on the top which is said to be the "All Seeing Eye" from the book 1984. On the pyramid itself there are separated blocks, with most of them being screens which project animations and also turn inside out occasionally. There is a catwalk-like structure leading from the front of the stage into the crowd, with an elephant lift at the end which moves 10m in the air and 15m forward, with space for 3 people. This so-called elephant lift would rise into the air and over the audience during performances of Undisclosed Desires and Take a Bow (the latter of which involved frontman Matthew Bellamy wearing an LED suit). During performances of "Exogenesis Symphony: Part I – Overture" a U.F.O is released into the crowd with an acrobat hanging from the rear of it reaching for the people. However this has not been used in all stadium performances.

The band's festival performances have been different from both these stage performances. For the shows in Australasia in early 2010 and the headline appearance at Coachella the band used 3 video strips in a similar arrangement to the top halves of the pillars but on the back wall of the stage. The festival stage was redesigned for the 2010 European festival shows with 3 groups of hexagonal video screens on the back wall of the stage and different visuals to those used earlier in the year for some songs, although for one show in Latvia and two shows in Asia Muse used only one solo screen. Also on one occasion, the UFO was used, in Germany. For the band's headlining set at Glastonbury Festival 2010, U2 guitarist The Edge was invited on stage to play "Where The Streets Have No Name" with Muse, seeing as U2 had cancelled their planned slot for the previous day due to Bono's back injury from rehearsals weeks earlier.

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue Support S
First Leg: Europe I & US Festivals
Europe
22 October 2009 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Arena None 1
24 October 2009 Stockholm Sweden Hovet The Horrors[18] 2
25 October 2009 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum 3
26 October 2009 Copenhagen Denmark Parken Stadium 4
28 October 2009 Hamburg Germany Color Line Arena
29 October 2009 Berlin O2 World 3
31 October 2009 Liévin France Stade Couvert Régional 4
1 November 2009 Amnéville Galaxie Amnéville 5
2 November 2009 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis 6
4 November 2009 Sheffield England Sheffield Arena The Big Pink[19]
5 November 2009 Liverpool Echo Arena Liverpool 5
6 November 2009 Dublin Ireland The O2 None 6
9 November 2009 Glasgow Scotland SECC The Big Pink 7
10 November 2009 Birmingham England National Indoor Arena 8
12 November 2009 London The O2 Arena 9
13 November 2009 10
14 November 2009 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam Biffy Clyro[19] 11
16 November 2009 Cologne Germany Lanxess Arena
17 November 2009 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy 10
18 November 2009 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion 11
20 November 2009 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
21 November 2009 Bologna Italy Futurshow Station 10
22 November 2009 Lyon France Halle Tony Garnier 11
24 November 2009 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi 12
25 November 2009 Toulouse France Le Zénith 13
28 November 2009 Madrid Spain Palacio de Deportes 12
29 November 2009 Lisbon Portugal Pavilhão Atlântico 11
1 December 2009 Limoges France Le Zénith 14
2 December 2009 Dijon Le Zénith 15
4 December 2009 Turin Italy Torino Palasport Olimpico 16
US Holiday Festivals
11 December 2009 Oakland United States Oracle Arena Various 17
12 December 2009 Las Vegas The Joint 18
13 December 2009 Los Angeles Gibson Amphitheatre 19
15 December 2009 Seattle WaMu Theater 20
Second Leg: Asia/Australasia
East Asia
7 January 2010 Seoul South Korea Olympic Park None 21
9 January 2010 Osaka Japan Osaka-jō Hall 22
11 January 2010 Nagoya Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium 23
12 January 2010 Tokyo Nippon Budokan 24
Australia
15 January 2010 Auckland New Zealand Big Day Out Various 25
17 January 2010 Gold Coast Australia 26
22 January 2010 Sydney 27
23 January 2010 28
26 January 2010 Melbourne 29
29 January 2010 Adelaide 30
31 January 2010 Perth 31
3 February 2010 Singapore Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium Saosin, Rise Against 32
6 February 2010 Hong Kong Hong Kong AsiaWorld–Expo None 33
Third Leg: North America I
27 February 2010 Duluth United States Arena at Gwinnett Center Silversun Pickups 34
1 March 2010 Fairfax Patriot Center 35
2 March 2010 Philadelphia Wachovia Center
3 March 2010 Baltimore 1st Mariner Arena 36
5 March 2010 New York City Madison Square Garden 37
6 March 2010 Boston TD Garden 35
8 March 2010 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
10 March 2010 Montreal Bell Centre
12 March 2010 Chicago United States United Center 38
13 March 2010 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills 39
15 March 2010 Nashville Bridgestone Arena
17 March 2010 Fort Worth Fort Worth Convention Center
18 March 2010 Houston Toyota Center 38
19 March 2010 Austin Stubb's (South by Southwest) Metric 40
29 March 2010 Edmonton Canada Rexall Place Silversun Pickups 41
30 March 2010 Calgary Pengrowth Saddledome 42
1 April 2010 Vancouver Pacific Coliseum 43
2 April 2010 Seattle United States KeyArena 44
3 April 2010 Portland Rose Garden 45
5 April 2010 West Valley City E Center 43
9 April 2010 Phoenix US Airways Center 45
10 April 2010 Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Events Center 43
11 April 2010 Tucson KFMA Day Various 46
14 April 2010 Oakland Oracle Arena Silversun Pickups 47
17 April 2010 Indio Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival Various 48
20 April 2010 Mexico City Mexico Foro Sol Rey Pila 47
Fourth Leg: Festivals & Stadiums
Europe II
25 May 2010 Paris France Casino de Paris None 49
27 May 2010 Lisbon Portugal Rock in Rio Various 50
2 June 2010 Bern Switzerland Stade de Suisse Editors,[20] The Big Pink 51
5 June 2010 Nürburg Germany Rock am Ring Various 52
6 June 2010 Nuremberg Rock im Park 53
8 June 2010 Milan Italy San Siro Kasabian,[20] Friendly Fires, Calibro 35 54
11 June 2010 Paris France Stade de France Editors, The Big Pink, I Am Arrows[21] 55
12 June 2010 Kasabian, White Lies, DeVotchKa 56
16 June 2010 Madrid Spain Vicente Calderón Stadium Editors, The Big Pink 57
19 June 2010 Nijmegen Netherlands Goffertpark Editors, Ghinzu 58
26 June 2010 Pilton England Glastonbury Festival Various 59
29 June 2010 Arendal Norway Hove Festival 60
1 July 2010 Werchter Belgium Rock Werchter 61
3 July 2010 Roskilde Denmark Roskilde Festival 62
5 July 2010 Hradec Králové Czech Republic Rock for People 63
9 July 2010 Kinross Scotland T in the Park 64
10 July 2010 Naas Ireland Oxegen 65
15 July 2010 Carhaix-Plouguer France Vieilles Charrues Festival 66
17 July 2010 Salacgrīva Latvia Positivus Festival 67
19 July 2010 Helsinki Finland Kaisaniemi Park White Lies, Manna 68
23 July 2010 Bergen Norway Koengen White Lies, Magnet
Asia II
30 July 2010 Niigata Japan Fuji Rock Festival Various 69
1 August 2010 Icheon South Korea Jisan Valley Rock Festival 70
Europe III
15 August 2010 Budapest Hungary Sziget Festival Various 71
19 August 2010 Sankt Pölten Austria Frequency Festival 72
21 August 2010 Kraków Poland Coke Live Music Festival 73
27 August 2010 Santiago de Compostela Spain Festival Xacobeo 74
4 September 2010 Manchester England Old Trafford Cricket Ground Editors, Band of Skulls, Pulled Apart by Horses 75
10 September 2010 London Wembley Stadium Lily Allen, The Big Pink, White Rabbits 76
11 September 2010 Biffy Clyro, White Lies, I Am Arrows 77
Fifth Leg: North America II
22 September 2010 San Diego United States Viejas Arena Passion Pit 78
23 September 2010 Anaheim Honda Center 79
25 September 2010 Los Angeles Staples Center 80
26 September 2010 81
28 September 2010 Sacramento ARCO Arena 82
1 October 2010 Rio Rancho Santa Ana Star Center
2 October 2010 Denver Pepsi Center 83
5 October 2010 Minneapolis Target Center 84
6 October 2010 Milwaukee Bradley Center 85
8 October 2010 Oklahoma City Ford Center 86
9 October 2010 Austin Austin City Limits Music Festival Various 87
11 October 2010 Cincinnati U.S. Bank Arena Metric 88
12 October 2010 Columbus Value City Arena 89
21 October 2010 Quebec City Canada Colisée Pepsi 90
23 October 2010 Uniondale United States Nassau Coliseum
24 October 2010 Newark Prudential Center 91
26 October 2010 Raleigh RBC Center 92
27 October 2010 Charlottesville John Paul Jones Arena 93
29 October 2010 New Orleans Voodoo Experience Various 94
Sixth Leg: Australia II
5 December 2010 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre Dead Letter Circus 90
6 December 2010 95
9 December 2010 Sydney Acer Arena Biffy Clyro 96
10 December 2010 97
14 December 2010 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena 96
15 December 2010 97
19 December 2010 Perth Bassendean Oval 98
Seventh Leg: 2011 tour
Eastern Europe
20 May 2011 Saint Petersburg Russia Saint-Petersburg Sports and Concert Complex We Are Scientists
22 May 2011 Moscow Olympic Stadium
24 May 2011 Kiev Ukraine Palace of Sports
Festivals (Origin of Symmetry Tenth Anniversary)
30 July 2011 Los Angeles United States Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (L.A. Rising) Various
3 August 2011 Noblesville Verizon Wireless Music Center Cage the Elephant, Middle Class Rut
5 August 2011 Chicago Lollapalooza Various
6 August 2011 Kansas City Kanrocksas Music Festival
13 August 2011 San Francisco Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival
26 August 2011 Leeds England Reading and Leeds Festivals
28 August 2011 Reading

Setlists[edit]

Throughout the vast majority of the tour, every arena concert would commence with a performance of Uprising (song), with the main set ending with either Unnatural Selection or Plug in Baby and an encore consisting of Exogenesis: Symphony Part 1 (Overture), Stockholm Syndrome and Knights of Cydonia concluding the set. However, towards the end of the tour, Exogenesis Part 1 would sometimes be used as an opener. Also at these shows, Knights of Cydonia would be performed early in the set, signalling the first time this song would not be used as a concert opener or closer since 2006. Uprising would also be played to similar effect at these shows, with that also only being performed as the opening song in concerts prior to the ones opening with Exogenesis Part 1.

Concerts taking place within arenas would include roughly between 16–18 songs on average, while stadium shows were roughly 21 songs long.

Listed below are the numerous variations on the setlist for The Resistance world tour, assigned by the touring legs at which they were performed. Songs marked in bold are options among multiple choices which are generally rotated between dates; as such these are where the differences between setlists are most prominent. In the "Tour dates" section these setlists are represented in the "S" column, denoting which variation was performed at each date.

Europe, Leg #1 & U.S. Holiday Festivals

Asia & Australasia, Leg #1

North America, Leg #1

Europe, Leg #2 & East Asian Festivals

North America, Leg #2 & Australia, Leg #2

Box office score data[edit]

City Venue Tickets Sold / Available Gross Revenue
Antwerpen Sportpaleis 1565318,033 / 18,033 (100%) 0889266$961,067[28]
London The O2 1565338,130 / 38,240 (99%) 0889266$2,173,260[29]
Rotterdam Ahoy 1565310,940 / 10,940 (100%) 0889266$622,112[30]
Paris Palais Omnisports Bercy 1565316,390 / 16,390 (100%) 0889266$1,138,500[31]
Barcelona Palau Sant Jordi 1565314,896 / 17,960 (83%) 0889266$769,177[30]
Madrid Palacio de Los Deportes 1565315,954 / 15,954 (100%) 0889266$834,134[30]
Duluth Gwinnett Center 1565311,267 / 11,267 (100%) 0889266$498,890[32]
Fairfax Patriot Center 156537,500 / 7,500 (100%) 0889266$385,500[32]
Philadeplhia Wachovia Center 1565315,380 / 16,186 (95%) 0889266$683,712[33]
Baltimore 1st Mariner Arena 156538,462 / 8,462 (100%) 0889266$385,887[32]
Boston TD Banknorth Garden 1565314,770 / 14,770 (100%) 0889266$737,795[34]
Toronto Air Canada Centre 1565315,537 / 15,537 (100%) 0889266$730,279[30]
Montreal Bell Centre 1565315,818 / 16,477 (96%) 0889266$821,705[35]
Chicago United Center 1565316,284 / 16,284 (100%) 0889266$812,638[35]
Nashville Bridgestone Arena 156537,721 / 7,721 (100%) 0889266$339,687[35]
Fort Worth Convention Center 156539,836 / 11,011 (89%) 0889266$494,607[28]
Edmonton Rexall Place 156538,876 / 11,030 (80%) 0889266$511,917[34]
Calgary Pengrowth Saddledome 156537,648 / 11,256 (69%) 0889266$434,316[36]
Seattle KeyArena 1565313,873 / 13,964 (99%) 680889266$573,693[34]
Portland Rose Garden 156539,167 / 10,343 (89%) 0889266$430,274[34]
West Valley City E Center 1565310,072 / 10,072 (100%) 0889266$336,852[32]
Phoenix US Airways Center 156539,877 / 9,877 (100%) 0889266$457,765[34]
Paradise Mandalay Bay Events Center 1565311,154 / 11,154 (100%) 0889266$519,928[37]
Oakland Oracle Arena 1565315,805 / 15,805 (100%) 0889266$678,912[38]
Los Angeles Staples Center 1565332,031 / 32,264 (99%) 0889266$1,691,980[39]
Rio Rancho Santa Ana Star Center 156534,915 / 7,500 (65%) 0889266$229,415[40]
Minneapolis Target Center 156537,794 / 8,254 (94%) 0889266$359,642[41]
Milwaukee Bradley Center 156535,838 / 8,000 (73%) 0889266$282,270[42]
Columbus Schottenstein Center 156537,833 / 10,000 (78%) 0889266$354,290[43]
Quebec City Colisee Pepsi 1565313,467 / 13,467 (100%) 0889266$709,157[39]
Newark Prudential Center 1565312,505 / 13,847 (90%) 0889266$643,970[39]
Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre 1565318,810 / 27,370 (69%) 0889266$2,306,030[44]
Sydney Acer Arena 1565329,845 / 29,845 (100%) 0889266$3,391,810[45]
TOTAL 457,428 / 486,780 (94%) $26,300,171"

Cancelled dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue R
6 April 2010 Broomfield United States 1stBank Center 1
21 July 2010 Stockholm Sweden Zinkensdamms IP 2
2 November 2010 Kansas City United States Sprint Center 3
3 November 2010 St. Louis Scottrade Center
5 November 2010 Columbus Value City Arena
6 November 2010 Cincinnati U.S. Bank Arena

Personnel[edit]

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