Muse has announced that it will play a friendly soccer game against Irish club Cabinteely on April 4th, at the team’s home stadium of Stradbrook in Dublin. The band is scheduled to play a show the next day (April 5th) at Dublin’s 3Arena as part of their Drones world tour. Frontman Matt Bellamy, drummer Dominic Howard and bassist Chris Wolstenholme will all take the field for the game, along with their crew and Wolstenholme’s 16-year-old son Alfie, a former member of the Cabinteely club.

  • Admission to the game will be free but the club will be collecting donations that night for a charity, details of which will be announced shortly.
  • Cabinteely is currently third in the League of Ireland’s First Division.
  • Muse has also been announced as one of the headlining acts for the 2016 edition of England’s massive, prestigious Glastonbury Festival, scheduled for June 22nd through the 26th.
  • Other acts on the bill include Coldplay, Foals, Beck, Adele, Disclosure, M83, PJ Harvey, ZZ Top, LCD Soundsystem and dozens more.
  • Muse is touring Europe through the rest of spring and summer in support of Drones, its seventh studio effort.
  • The latest single from the disc, “Reapers,” is currently Number Three on the rock radio airplay chart.

CHECK IT OUT: Watch Muse perform “Reapers” live in Cologne, Germany:

Also check out the stats on their World tour, which is taking place in Europe in the next few months if you’re in the area at the time.