The British band, who scooped their second Grammy award for best rock album last weekend, will perform the open air lunchtime concert on Ischgl’s mountain top stage at 2300m in the Austrian Alps on Saturday 30 April – the penultimate day of the Tirolean resort’s five month long ski season.

Muse has a reputation for delivering an exciting and energetic live performance and the trio of Matt Bellamy, Christopher Wolstenholme and Dominic Howard will have the added edge of a dramatic alpine backdrop to showcase hits such as Survival, Starlight and Psycho plus others from the award-winning album Drones.

Concert admission is included in the 95 Euro skipass price for concert day – compared with the regular day pass price of 46.50 Euros – but regular rates apply for four day passes and more. The season closing concerts typically attract crowds of up to 20,000.

Muse will join Ischgl’s impressive Hall of Fame for TOTM concerts, including Robbie Williams, Elton John, James Blunt, Rihanna and – most recently – The Beach Boys, who opened the winter season at the end of last November.