Werchter Festivalpark Werchter 2019 (gig)

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Gig Announcement
Full line-up at Rock Werchter 2019
Muse at Werchter 2019
Muse show
Venue Festivalpark Werchter (Rock Werchter)
Date 30th June 2019
Location Werchter
Country Belgium
Songs 25
Support Greta Van Fleet et al[1]
Start (GMT +1) 22.30[2]
Capacity 80,000
Price (EUR) 105 (one-day ticket)[3]
Sold out?




Part of the Simulation Theory World Tour.

Information

Announced by the band and the festival on 19th October 2018, they closed Rock Werchter on Sunday 30 June 2019.

Tickets were available on Friday, 26th October.

As with the IndyCar Classic gig in Austin, which took place on a regular stage, the set-up was compromised, however, compared to the Austin gig, the setlist was the same as on a regular tour production.

During the New Born outro, Matt threw the guitar into the head and it died. No outros were played after it.

Setlist

  1. Algorithm (Alternate Reality Version shortened)
    (Manson TronCaster, satin blue finish white micro-LED strip Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  2. Pressure
    (Manson TronCaster, satin blue finish white micro-LED strip Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  3. Drill Sergeant (robot voice) + Psycho
    (Manson Matt Black FR, woven chrome finish tricolor-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  4. Break It to Me
    (Manson M1D1 Blue, graphite finish green-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass 5-string)
  5. Uprising (extended)
    (Manson Red Alert, red finish red-LED custom Status Original Series II)
  6. Propaganda
    (Manson Acoustic, Status Keyboard Bass)
  7. Plug In Baby (extended)
    (Manson Mirror, aqua blue finish white-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  8. Pray (shortened)
  9. The Dark Side
    (Manson Prophet Stealth, satin blue finish white micro-LED strip Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  10. Close Encounters (guitar + synth) intro + Supermassive Black Hole
    (Manson M1D1 Stealth, satin blue finish white micro-LED strip Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  11. Thought Contagion
    (Manson Chrome FR, satin black Fender Jazz Bass)
  12. Interlude + Hysteria + Back in Black outro
    (Manson Chrome FR, aqua blue finish white-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  13. Unsustainable
    (Manson TronCaster, graphite finish green-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass 5-string)
  14. Dig Down (Acoustic Gospel Version)
    (Yamaha Silent Guitar)
    STT Interstitial 1
  15. Madness
    (Manson TronCaster, Status Kitara Doubleneck Bass Mk2)
  16. Mercy
    (aqua blue finish white-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  17. Time is Running Out
    (Manson TronCaster, aqua blue finish white-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  18. Houston Jam + Take a Bow
    (woven chrome finish tricolor-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass, Manson Matt Black Stealth 2.0, graphite finish blue-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  19. Prelude + Starlight
    (graphite finish blue-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
    Encore
    STT Interstitial 2
  20. Algorithm
    (satin black Fender Jazz Bass)
    Metal medley
    STT Interstitial 3
  21. Guitar Noise + Stockholm Syndrome (shortened)
    (Manson Matt Black Stealth 2.0, stealth finish white-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass 5-string)
  22. Assassin (intro) + Reapers (shortened)
    (Manson Matt Black Stealth 2.0, stealth finish white-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass 5-string, woven chrome finish tricolor-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  23. The Handler (shortened)
    (Manson Matt Black Stealth 2.0, woven chrome finish tricolor-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
  24. New Born (shortened)
    (Manson Matt Black Stealth 2.0, woven chrome finish tricolor-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)
    Encore 2
  25. Man With a Harmonica + Knights of Cydonia
    (Manson Chrome FR, aqua blue finish white-LED Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass)

References


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