Wednesday, February 3, 2010 at 11:00pm
Thursday, February 4, 2010 at 4:00am
Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square
Featuring GINETTE CHITTICK & JOE NG
Venue: Stereolab, Pan Pacific Singapore
Date: Wednesday, 3rd February 2010
Doors open: 11pm
Join us for the official After Party of BIG NIGHT OUT 2010 (featuring Britain’s most adventurous rock band MUSE as well as straight edge Chicago rockers Rise Against and one of the fastest growing bands in rock, Southern California quintet Saosin) with indie DJ darlings Ginette Chittick and Joe Ng!
“The Best Act in The World Today!” – 2009 Q Awards
Their weaponry is advanced beyond our planet’s understanding – the most symphonic, intergalactic, bombastic, futuristic, astral-travelling musical arsenal the universe has ever heard. English trio Matt Bellamy, Dominic Howard and Chris Wolstenholme may be just three men, but with MUSE they have built a rock galaxy all their own, from the ambitious baby steps of Absolution, to the super-massive heights of “Black Holes and Revelations” and now the mind-blowing enormity of The Resistance.
“Too few bands have this level of ambition, this desire to explore new territory… life affirming.” – Q, September 2009
MUSE have sold over 8 million albums worldwide, sold out two nights at Wembley Stadium in London and have received 5 MTV Europe Music Awards, 4 Q Awards, 7 NME Awards and 2 Brit Awards.
MUSE’s fifth album, “The Resistance” was an instant Worldwide No.1 in 19 Countries. “This album is us, unhinged and unedited. It’s pure Muse,” singer/guitarist/keyboardist Bellamy told In Press. Its contents, including single “Uprising”, prompted stuff.co.nz to ask if the band had “finally flagged Earth away and started beaming its music in directly from Mars? It’s certainly ambitious, and occasionally sounds like the soundtrack for an alien invasion yet to happen.”
“Experiencing MUSE in all their glory is akin to contact with higher life forms.” – The Vine, September 2009
It was January 16th, 2007 when they last played in Singapore, a memorable sold out night at Fort Canning Park! That same year the trio held two super-massive sold out gigs at Wembley Stadium. After disappearing for almost two years to dream up The Resistance, they re-emerged in September 2009 with two hometown gigs in Teignmouth, Devon in front of 10,000 people. Their show was part old school circus, part futuristic fluorescent extravaganza.
“MUSE are not in the least embarrassed about the virtues of old-fashioned showmanship and musicianship, but their secret is the way they push everything a little bit further than you expect, until it seems not so much familiar as boldly eccentric.” – The Telegraph, September 2009
Double Black Drink Promotions
A bottle of Smirnoff Black + a bottle of Johnnie Walker Black for $320 only on this night!
Smirnoff Black or Johnnie Walker Black cocktails at $10 all night long!
Dress Code: Dressed to Party!
Cover Charge: S$25 including one drink.
Minimum Age for Entry: 21 for Ladies and 23 for Gents.
No flip flops or shorts allowed in venue. Management retains the right to refuse entry at their discretion without explanation.