Dizzie Rascal set to support Muse at Ricoh Arena

By Steve Carpenter Friday 15 February 2013 Updated: 20/02 13:20

MUSE have confirmed that they will be supported by Dizzie Rascal when they kick start their biggest ever stadium tour at the Ricoh later this year.

The English rockers will embark on their eagerly anticipated tour this summer when they play at the Ricoh Arena on May 22 before playing a series of other dates in Manchester and two nights in London.

The group have been nominated for British Group and British Live Act at this year’s BRIT Awards, where they will also be performing live at this year’s ceremony at London’s O2 Arena on February 20.

The next track to be taken from the group’s current album The 2nd Law, which has sold 1.5 million copies worldwide, will be Supremacy on February 25.

Liz Cooper, marketing director at the Ricoh Arena, said it was fantastic news Dizzee Rascal was a very special guest to Muse in Coventry on Wednesday, May 22.

“Dizzee Rascal has a huge army of fans and his first album for four years will be released later this year so this is perfect timing,” she said.

“Just like Muse, he has played at some of the biggest venues throughout the world and I am sure his fans across the Midlands will give him a welcome to remember.”

Tickets for the Ricoh Arena concert are priced at £49.50 for general admission or £55 for seated tickets plus booking fee.

They are available from theticketfactory.com or by telephoning 0844 338 0338.

Hospitality packages are available from ricoharena.com or by ringing 0844 873 6501.

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