This fall, California will be feeling the reverberations of the always epic Aftershock Festival, now in its tenth year running, as it invades Sacramento's Discovery Park with an army of Rock music's finest.
MUSE has been tapped to fill in for the Foo Fighters, originally scheduled as the main stage headliners for Sunday, October 9, who unfortunately had to cancel all of their remaining concerts following the untimely passing of drummer Taylor Hawkins at the end of March.
Celebrate the 10th-anniversary of Aftershock at Sacramento, CA's Discovery Park over four jam-packed days -- October 6 through October 9 -- also featuring headlining performances from Slipknot, KISS, and My Chemical Romance, plus appearances from Stone Temple Pilots, Bad Religion, H09909, Thursday, Rob Zombie, GWAR, Judas Priest, Papa Roach, Helmet, Shinedown, Evanescence, Lamb of God, YUNGBLUD, A Day To Remember, Halestorm, Bring Me The Horizon, The Interrupters, and a truckload more of your favorite artists over a total of four stages.
"It’s been too long and we can’t wait to come back to Northern California and headline Aftershock on Sunday, October 9 in Sacramento,” says frontman Matt Bellamy of the news. Get your weekend or single day tickets, available now via Ticketmaster. For more details, visit aftershockfestival.com.
Muse will release their long-awaited ninth studio album, Will Of The People, on August 26. Created in Los Angeles and London, the new record is "influenced by the increasing uncertainty and instability in the world," according to Bellamy. Check out the singles "Won't Stand Down" and "Compliance," as well as the 10-song tracklisting right HERE.
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