Don’t Miss Your Chance to See Adam Lambert Fronting Queen

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Queen with Adam Lambert

With the success of the movie Bohemian Rhapsody, Queen is back for a whole new generation — and they’re making the most of it.

The band was formed in 1970 by the late Freddie Mercury. After albums like the Marx Brothers-inspired A Night at the Opera and A Day at the Races, the group has slowly become regarded one of the most important and influential bands in history. Now the British hitmakers behind “You’re My Best Friend” and “We Are the Champions”  continue their North American Rhapsody tour throughout the month of August. Each Queen tour typically features a rotating cast of music notables, and this outing is no different.  Led by founding members Brian May and Roger Taylor, The Rhapsody Tour will feature Adam Lambert on vocals, taking on the legacy left by the late Freddie Mercury.

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The tour will certainly feature such audience favorites as “Somebody to Love,” “Don’t Stop Me Now” and “We Will Rock You.” Lambert of course brings his own new and unique energy to Queen, while continuing to impress audiences and celebrate the band’s ‘70s and ‘80s heyday. Queen will appear in the New York area on August 6 and 7. 

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They’ll also be making stops throughout the U.S., including Houston, TX; Washington, D.C. and Tampa, FL.

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Last modified: July 23, 2019