Muse, One of My Kids Favorite Bands

The greatest, most ridiculously enjoyable rock band in the world. - NME
The rock concert equivalent of a blockbuster movie. - The Times
 The Muse boys are out of this world. - The Sun

Muse - Live at Rome Olympic Stadium is the first concert film ever to be presented in 4K, a format soon to be adopted by Hollywood as standard for all blockbuster films. Now becoming widely known as Ultra High Definition, 4K means more pixels - to be precise 8.8 million of them - bursting off the screen in every frame, 4 times more than we’re used to seeing in the cinema.

For fans of the band, more pixels mean an unrivalled opportunity to experience the full visual spectrum of their Rome stadium show shot in July this year. The Ultra High Definition format gives the cinema audience astonishing detail combining jaw-dropping shots of the Stadio Olimpico with views from 'spider' cameras darting above the surging crowd and on stage close-ups that expose the musical mastery and showmanship of the trio.

On 5th November 2013, 20 cinemas in 20 cities worldwide will host a special advance screening of Muse – Live at Rome Olympic Stadium exclusively in 4K. The unique screenings will start in Sydney and finish in Los Angeles, taking in other capital cities throughout the day including Tokyo, Paris, London and Rio.

Following the advance screenings, the film will be released in over 700 cinemas in 40 countries for limited screenings from 6th November.

For an exclusive preview of the cinema trailer along with a full list of cinemas with links to buy tickets visit:

Where 4K is not available the film will be shown in 2K High Definition.

Muse said, “This is the biggest tour we’ve done in terms of scale and production value and it’s definitely the show we’re most proud of so we’re really excited to be able to release it as the first ever ultra high definition concert film. It captures an extraordinary amount of detail and not just everything we’re doing - the fans, even those at the back, the set, the actors and the incredible atmosphere on a very special night in Rome. We can promise our fans, whether they managed to come to the live shows or not, an entirely new Muse concert experience.” 

About the film  
Muse – Live at Rome Olympic Stadium was filmed on 6th July, 2013 in front of a capacity audience of over 60,000 people and captures the momentous evening in the Italian capital and showcases the most extravagant set built and spectacular stage show of any Muse tour to date. The three school friends from Devon take the crowd on a mesmerizing journey using pyrotechnics, expansive digital screens and a troop of actors to accompany their epic playlist of 20 tracks, mixed in incredible surround-sound, including hits from their most recent studio album The 2nd Law, as well as classics such as Uprising, Supermassive Black Hole, Time Is Running Out, Starlight and Plug-In Baby.

About Muse
Muse are an English rock band who have released six studio albums and sold in excess of 15 million albums worldwide. Widely recognised as one of the best live bands in the world, they have won numerous music awards including five MTV Europe Music Awards, six NME Awards and six Q Awards. The have twice been awarded "Best British Live Act" at The Brits and have also been nominated for five Grammy Awards, wining “Best Rock Album” for “The Resistance.” Their current tour commenced in October 2012 and has seen the band perform to over 1.5 million fans worldwide.

About Omniverse Vision
Omniverse Vision was formed in 2010 and produces and distributes alternative content for cinemas globally. With a network of more than 4,000 locations in more than 60 countries, Omniverse Vision is at the leading edge of digital cinema content and has delivered cinema events in the music, stage and sports categories. For more information, visit

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