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Queen is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 32.
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One of the most popular rock bands of all time, Queen's influence continues to this day. Songs such as "Bohemian Rhaspody" have received widespread acclaim, and "We Are the Champions" has long since become a regular feature at sports events. Queen and former American Idol finalist Adam Lambert are joining forces again for another can't-miss summer tour. The band and singer have connected for a tour before with great success. View the schedule below and find your Queen and Adam Lambert tickets today for this extensive summer tour.

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Huge Queen fan from back in the day, Lambert meh As a child of the 1970s, I am a huge QUEEN fan, have all their albums and have seen them in concert several times. Lambert is a distant shadow of Freddie Mercury and failed to impress at this show. People were leaving and the audience had no energy. Just a real letdown. Time to retire the band if they can't find a more inspired lead than this kid. Just not very talented. Can't name a single song he did before he got this big break. Pop is not rock. Queen rules, Lambert -- meh.
Date published: 2017-02-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome show! Even though we were as far away from the stage as possible, it felt like we were right on top of the stage. A long time dream of seeing Queen fulfilled. Better than I could have hoped for. Brian and Roger were sensational , Adam was spectacular, and the rest of the band were right on!
Date published: 2017-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome concert! The music was incredible. Adam Lambert was perfect without trying to mimic Freddie Mercury. The band paid tribute to Mercury and incorporated him into the concert beautifully. Loved the staging and sound system. And the Prudential Center was a great venue. Loved our seats!
Date published: 2017-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Adam Lambert/Queen Concert This was the best concert I've ever seen. We lucked up on tickets and decided at the last minute to go. Great decision. Music was awesome. Adam Lambert sure knows how to put on a great show, plus he's working with one of the most awesome bands ever!!
Date published: 2017-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Concert I loved the concert! Adam Lambert has an amazing voice and I loved seeing the original members of Queen. So much talent on one stage. My favorite part was when they showed Freddie Mercury on the video screen as if he was singing with the guitarist.
Date published: 2017-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing This was one of the best concerts I have ever been to. Queen and Adam Lambert were unbelievable and add the light show no one could beat this concert. And the tribute to Freddy added to it. The only word to describe this was "amazing"
Date published: 2017-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the best shows I have ever seen! This show was everything I had hoped it would be. No one but Adam could hit those Freddy notes. I think Freddy would be very pleased. I love how humble Adam is. His voice is unbelievable. His showmanship is fabulous!
Date published: 2017-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Concert only as Queen Could Perform Outstanding vocals, music, visuals and energy. The only negative was that the band kept it's fans waiting 45 minutes to start playing. But, they played a two hour concert of hits, and the wait was well worth it.
Date published: 2017-07-08
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About Queen


Current Tour:Queen + Adam Lambert
First Album:Queen (1973)
Major Tours:Sheer Heart Attack (1974-75)
A Night at the Opera (1975-76)
A Day at the Races (1977)
News of the World (1977-78)
Jazz (1978-79)
Crazy (1979)
The Game (1980-81)
Hot Space (1982)
The Works (1984-85)
The Magic (1986)
Queen + Paul Rodgers (2005-06)
Rock the Cosmos (2008)
Resources: Official Website
YouTube Channel

Over forty years later, Queen has continued to remain a huge draw on tour. Formed in 1970, and originally consisting of Brian May, Roger Taylor, John Deacon, and Freddie Mercury, Queen released its self-titled debut album in 1973. However, the band didn't hit the mainstream until its third album, Sheer Heart Attack, in 1974, in which the band moved toward its now-classic style of multi-layered vocals and overdubs. The album introduced fans to songs such as "Killer Queen," "Flick of the Wrist" and "Stone Cold Crazy."

Queen's next album, 1975's A Night at the Opera, took the band to an even higher level of popularity. While the previous album had fully introduced the band to a worldwide audience, A Night at the Opera cemented their loyalty. The album is perhaps best known for spawning the smash hit single "Bohemian Rhapsody," which has since become one of the best known and most popular songs of all time. The album received critical acclaim at the time of its release, and to this day it consistently makes "Best Album" lists produced by music periodicals.

The band's success continued throughout much of the next decade. Its next several albums, including A Day at the Races, News of the World, Jazz, and The Game, were all hits. From them, a number a hit singles were produced, including "Somebody to Love" (1976), the "We Are the Champions" / "We Will Rock You" (1977) and "Bicycle Race" / "Fat Bottom Girls" (1978) duos, "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" (1979), "Another One Bites the Dust" (1980) and "Under Pressure" (1981).

As the band entered the 1980s, however, it began to see a lull in its commercial success. Hot Space (1982) and The Works (1984) didn't perform nearly as well as the previous albums. Hot Space in particular marked a low point for the band, and following the Hot Space Tour, they stopped performing concerts in North America. Later on, The Works performed well at home in the UK, but not in the U.S.

Queen's fortunes returned with 1986's A Kind of Magic, which performed well, even though initial reviews were mixed. The album's supporting tour would be the last one with Mercury, who was diagnosed with HIV the following year. Despite the diagnosis, Mercury continued to work heavily on the following albums. He was particularly praised by Brian May for a strong performance while recording Innuendo's "The Show Must Go On," even though he was very ill at the time.

Mercury died on November 24, 1991, from complications of AIDS. While the band officially continued on, its activity following Mercury's death was much reduced. The band's popularity in the U.S. was reinvigorated by the inclusion of "Bohemian Rhapsody" in the 1992 film Wayne's World. In 1995, Queen released Made in Heaven, its first album in four years. It included the final recordings Mercury made in 1991 as well as other material. It would be the band's last studio album until The Cosmo Rocks in 2008.

After Mercury's death, the band performed only occasionally, and usually only at tribute concerts for Mercury and other special events. Following one such tribute concert in 1997, Deacon retired from music. In 2004, remaining members Brian May and Roger Taylor joined up with singer-songwriter Paul Rodgers under the moniker Queen + Paul Rodgers. The partnership produced The Cosmo Rocks, two tours (including the first U.S. tour dates since the Hot Space Tour in 1982), and three live albums before being disbanded in 2008.

Following a much acclaimed performance with American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert in 2009, the trio performed as Queen + Adam Lambert in Europe in 2011 and 2012, and at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in 2013. In March 2014, the three announced a new North American tour.