Muse, Thirty Seconds To Mars, Pvris merge for summer tour

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Muse and Thirty Seconds To Mars will join forces this summer for a summer tour across the United States that’ll span from May through Sept. The circuit will include support from rock trio Pvris. The set of dates includes stops at both Bunbury and Firefly music festivals.

Muse are set to return to the studio in 2017 after releasing Drones in 2015. Winners of numerous awards, including two Grammy Awards: one for Best Rock Album for The Resistance and Drones and two Brit Awards: Best British Live Act twice, five MTV Europe Music Awards and eight NME Awards. They have sold over 20 million albums worldwide.

Thirty Seconds To Mars reenter the concert tour after releasing LOVE LUST FAITH + DREAMS in 2013. The band teased the release of their fifth studio album back in the Fall and recently released news regarding their third consecutive Camp Mars, a weekend-long summer camp featuring activities like yoga, hiking, archery, meditation, professional speakers and two performances from the Jared Leto-fronted alt-rock band. The trio has consistently been praised for their memorable, energetic performances and has received several awards throughout their career, including a Guinness World Record, and a spot in the Kerrang! list of best artists of the 2000s.

While Pvris doesn’t presently carry the clout of their tour mates, the band is on the verge of releasing their highly anticipated sophomore album. The band’s debut album, White Noise, received positive reviews and has only grown in popularity since its release in 2014. Many have labeled the trio as the next major band in the rock scene and touring alongside two well established acts only raises their reputation.

See all tour dates below:

May 20- W. Palm Beach, FL- Perfect Vodka Amphitheater

May 21- Tampa, FL- Mid Florida Credit Union Amphitheater

June 3- Nashville, TN- Ascend Amphitheater

June 6- Atlanta, GA- Lakewood Amphitheater

June 8- New Orleans, LA- Bold Sphere at Champions Square

June 10- Austin, TX- Austin360 Amphitheater

June 12- Kansas City, MO- Starlight Theatre

June 13- St. Louis, MO- Hollywood Casino Amphitheater

June 15- Charlotte, NC- PNC Music Pavilion

July 18- Toronto, ON- Budweiser Stage

July 22- Wantagh, NY- Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre

Aug. 1- Burgettstown, PA- Keybank Pavillion

Sept. 15- San Francisco, CA- Shoreline Amphitheater

Sept. 18- Denver, CO- Red Rocks  Amphitheater

Sept. 20- Salt Lake City, UT- USANA Amphitheater

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