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Queen-Adam-Lambert

Queen + Adam Lambert (sometimes referred to as Q+AL or QAL) is a collaboration between the active members of the British band Queen (Brian May and Roger Taylor) and American vocalist Adam Lambert.

Upcoming Events Edit

7 June 2018 Altice Arena Lisbon Portugal
9 June 2018 Wizink Center Madrid Spain
10 June 2018 Palau Saint Jordi Club Barcelona Spain
13 June 2018 Lanxess Arena Cologne Germany
15 June 2018 Jyske Bank Boxen Herning Denmark
17 June 2018 Telenor Arena Oslo Norway
19 June 2018 Mercedes-Benz Arena Berlin Germany
20 June 2018 Barclaycard Arena Hamburg, Germany
25 June 2018 Forum Milan Italy
27 June 2018 Ahoy Rotterdam Rotterdam Netherlands
29 June 2018 Sportpaleis Antwerp Belgium
1 July 2018 Wembley SSE Arena London United Kingdom
2 July 2018 The O2 London United Kingdom
4 July 2018 The O2 London United Kingdom
6 July 2018 Trsnmt Festival Glasgow Scotland UK
8 July 2018 Marlay Park Dublin Ireland
1 Sept 2018 Park Theater at Monte Carlo Las Vegas, NV
2 Sept 2018 Park Theater at Monte Carlo Las Vegas, NV
5 Sept 2018 Park Theater at Monte Carlo Las Vegas, NV
7 Sept 2018 Park Theater at Monte Carlo Las Vegas, NV
8 Sept 2018 Park Theater at Monte Carlo Las Vegas, NV
14 Sept 2018 Park Theater at Monte Carlo Las Vegas, NV
15 Sept 2018 Park Theater at Monte Carlo Las Vegas, NV
19 Sept 2018 Park Theater at Monte Carlo Las Vegas, NV
21 Sept 2018 Park Theater at Monte Carlo Las Vegas, NV
22 Sept 2018 Park Theater at Monte Carlo Las Vegas, NV

Collaboration Edit

As with all other Queen performances since 1997, longstanding bassist John Deacon has declined to participate in the project due to his retirement. This is the first long-term collaboration of Queen since the Queen + Paul Rodgers project ended in 2009.

Joining May, Taylor, and Lambert are long-time Queen touring keyboardist Spike Edney, bassist Neil Fairclough, and percussionist Tyler Warren. Although there are currently no plans to release a studio album with this lineup, May and Taylor have stated that there is a possibility of the group recording original material.

American Idol 2009 Edit

Queen's collaboration with Adam Lambert originated when May and Taylor appeared on American Idol in 2009 when Lambert was a contestant. Thereafter, they began performing together occasionally in 2011.
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Queen + Adam Lambert Tour 2012 Edit

After the first Queen + Adam Lambert performance in Kiev in 2012, a short European tour followed, with dates in Moscow, Wrocław, and London,

Queen + Adam Lambert Headliner 2013 Edit

In September 2013, they appeared as a headliner at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas.

Queen + Adam Lambert Tour 2014-2015 Edit

In March 2014, they announced a 19-date Queen + Adam Lambert North American tour in the summer of 2014, which was then extended to 24 dates. In May 2014, tour dates in Australia were also announced, followed by New Zealand. The band also performed in South Korea and Japan. The tour was then extended to 2015 with dates in Europe and the UK as well as South America.

Queen + Adam Lambert 2016 Summer Festival Tour Edit

In the summer of 2016, the group performed several dates as part of a festival tour in Europe and several dates in Asia. The 2016 Summer Festival Tour started on 20 May 2016 in Lisbon, Portugal and ended on 30 September 2016 in Bangkok, Thailand. The next year, the group announced a second worldwide tour scheduled for 2017 and 2018.

Queen + Adam Lambert Tour 2017–2018 Edit

On 26 January 2017, a 26-date concert tour through North America was announced. The tour, which includes 4 dates in Canada, started on 23 June 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona and ended on 5 August 2017 in Houston, Texas. In April 2017, it was announced that the tour would be expanded to include 26 dates in Europe. Two months later, it was announced that the group would perform in New Zealand and Australia in February and March 2018. The Queen + Adam Lambert Tour 2017–2018 is an ongoing worldwide concert tour.[1]

In May 2018, Queen + Adam Lambert announced a 10-date residency entitled The Crown Jewels at Park Theater in Las Vegas in September 2018.

References Edit

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