From Planet Rock.
Queen + Adam Lambert will play seven UK arena shows in June 2020 as part of the European leg of The Rhapsody Tour.
Calling in at two UK cities, Queen + Adam Lambert open with a five-night residency at London’s The O2 on Tuesday 2nd, Wednesday 3rd, Friday 5th, Saturday 6th and Tuesday 9th June 2020.
They will head up north for shows at Manchester Arena on Thursday 11th and Friday 12th June 2020.
Tickets to all six UK shows are on sale now right here:
Queen + Adam Lambert’s UK concerts follow the triumphant success of the North American Rhapsody Tour, which took in 25 shows throughout this summer saw them perform in front of 400,000 people.
They’re also the first UK and European dates since the release of the Bohemian Rhapsody movie, which made more than £720million at the global box office and won multiple awards, including four Oscars.
Queen + Adam Lambert’s newest production is again the work of Stufish Entertainment Architects’ set designer Ric Lipson and lighting designer Rob Sinclair who both have a long-term association with Queen, including the most recent eye-popping “News Of The World” touring show.
Lipson describes the two-and-a-half-hour production as “a new chapter in the history of the band. Once again for them expanding the parameters of what a live music experience can be, this new show delivers the band’s most spectacular yet, an innovative and interactive celebration of the continued power of Queen’s music.”
Revealing the news long awaited by the band’s UK and Europe fans, Queen drummer Roger Taylor stated: “We’re back and we’re hot.”
Guitarist Brian May comments: “This is a fearsome new production taking the Queen legacy to a new place. I’m well proud.”
Singer Adam Lambert adds: “I can’t wait to get back to the UK and Europe, we had a blast on our last tour, and I am so excited to bring this new show over there!”
The full European tour also calls in at Bologna, Paris, Antwerp, Amsterdam, Berlin, Cologne, Zurich, Munich and Copenhagen.
See Queen + Adam Lambert at the following UK shows:
London The O2 – Tue 2nd
London The O2 – Wed 3rd
London The O2 – Fri 5th
London The O2 – Sat 6th
London The O2 – Tue 9th
Manchester Arena – Thu 11th
Manchester Arena – Fri 12th – EXTRA DATE
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- Queen - A Night At The Opera - 180gm - UK - vinyl LP - £75.00, $93.75, €84.00 (New Item) (arrived 18-Jan-2021 15:18)on January 18, 2021 at 5:02 pm
QUEEN A Night At The Opera (1997 UK 12-track EMI 100 series LP pressed on 180gm Virgin Vinyl, hype stickered gatefold picture sleeve with lyrics across the inner spread. The sleeve displays minimal wear whilst the vinyl remains in 'near as new' condition LPCENT12)
- Queen - Breakthru - UK - shaped picture disc - £50.00, $62.50, €56.00 (New Item) (arrived 31-Dec-2020 08:45)on January 18, 2021 at 5:02 pm
QUEEN Breakthru (1989 UK limited edition 7" Shaped Picture Disc single featuring the 'heads' image from the Miracle album artwork, also including Stealin', clear PVC sleeve with back title insert QUEENPD11)
- Queen - Radio Ga Ga - EX - UK - 12" vinyl - £10.00, $12.50, €11.20 (New Item) (arrived 28-Dec-2020 15:35)on January 18, 2021 at 5:02 pm
QUEEN Radio Ga Ga (1984 UK 3-track 12" single featuring the Extended Mix & Instrumental, plus I Go Crazy, picture sleeve. The sleeve shows only minor ring wear & the vinyl is Excellent & has just a few light scuffs to indicate play 12QUEEN1)
- Queen - News Of The World - 1st - EX - UK - vinyl LP - £30.00, $37.50, €33.60 (New Item) (arrived 28-Dec-2020 15:40)on January 18, 2021 at 5:02 pm
QUEEN News Of The World (1977 UK first press 11-track vinyl LP, complete with die-cut lyric inner, gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve has some light edgewear and the inner has a tiny seam split, whilst the vinyl appears barely played EMA784)
- Queen - Live Magic - EX - UK - vinyl LP - £30.00, $37.50, €33.60 (New Item) (arrived 28-Dec-2020 15:53)on January 18, 2021 at 5:02 pm
QUEEN Live Magic (1986 UK 15-track vinyl LP recorded live at Wembley Stadium, Knebworth and Budapest's Nepstadion. The gatefold picture sleeve has a few minor signs of shelfwear and comes with the illustrated credits inner while the vinyl shows only light evidence of play EMC3519)