Some 10,000 people queued to see British band Muse perform for the first time in Bucharest on Saturday night. What has become a trademark "Romanian-style" bad organization of the event was compensated by an impressive show of light and sound that included many of Muse's best known acts.

Former Suede singer Brett Anderson introduced a couple of new songs but the older ones, like “The Beautiful Ones” moved the crowd as they impatiently waited for the Muses. But many in the audience had to listen to his gig from the queues formed at the entrance on the "Arcul de Triumf" stadium as access to the concert was incredibly difficult.

Muse songs “Starlight", "Supermassive Black Hole", "Feeling Good", "Invincible", "Sing for Absolution", "Supermassive Black Hole" were among the most preferred. The light and sound show compensated a somewhat autistic performance in Bucharest, where audiences is used to considerably more interaction between those on stage and the crowd.