Rock music titans, Muse, have announced a very special show at the Royal Albert Hall, London, this December. It will take place on Monday 3rd December and is a benefit show for The Princes Trust.
The Princes Trust is a charity for children/young adults who are struggling in education, unemployed or who are dealing with issues such as mental health, potential homelessness and have unfortunately been in trouble with the law. The Princes Trust works with these young people to put them on the right path, by building up their confidence, self-esteem and helping them gain the skills they need to study, work and realise their passion in life. The Trust was set up in 1976 by HRH The Prince of Wales and has helped over 900,000 young people so far.
The Princes Trust is a charity close to the hearts of all the members of Muse, as it helped towards the early stages of their career as musicians.
‘For a long time, we’ve admired the work of The Princes Trust. When we were starting out as a band, the Trust actually gave us a small grant to buy our first PA system, which I still have to this day. It really helped set us up on the right road and we’re delighted to be able to play a show to raise funds for them’, says Matt Bellamy, of Muse.
The show will be their first at The Royal Albert Hall in 10 years, as they last performed there in the midst of their huge Black Holes and Revelations tour in 2008 and then for Children In Need Rocks in 2009.
Muse will be releasing new album ‘Simulation Theory’ on 9th November. Their last album, ‘Drones’, was released in 2015, reaching number 1 in 21 countries worldwide. It won them their second Grammy Award in 2016 and was their first album to reach number 1 in the United States.
Their intimate benefit show benefit show at The Royal Albert Hall will be a memorable event for those who attend, one filled with heart-warming emotion as one of the world’s greatest live bands gives back to a charity that can help today’s young people achieve their dreams.
Tickets go on sale on Friday 12th November at 9am via: http://gigst.rs/muse