Live Statistics

This page includes analysis of the Queen and solo live careers, including the countries, cities and venues performed in, number of shows per year or tour, and released tracks. The statistics cover all concerts up to 30 July 2016.

At current there are 1544 concerts listed in the concertography, so to get an approximate percentage for any given value, just divide by 15.

 

Location Statistics
Live Performances By Continent
Live Performances By Country - Europe
Live Performances By Country - Non-Europe
Live Performances By Country - UK
Countries With Most Concerts
Cities With Most Concerts
Venues With Most Concerts


Calendar Statistics
Number Of Shows Each Year
Longest And Shortest Tours
Calendar Dates With No Concerts
Two Or More Concerts On The Same Day
Earliest And Latest Calendar Concerts
Concerts On Notable Dates


Released Tracks
Longest Released Live Tracks
List Of Released Queen Tracks
List Of Released Solo Tracks


Live Performances By Continent

Country Queen Roger Taylor Brian May Freddie / John The Cross Total
Africa 11 0 1 0 0 12
Asia 60 7 12 0 0 79
Australasia 29 0 6 0 0 35
Europe 517 91 311 6 77 1002
North America 336 1 51 0 0 388
South America 23 0 5 0 0 28
Total 976 99 386 6 77 1544

Live Performances By Country - Europe


The Isle Of Man is included in the UK's statistics because of it's geographical location, even though it isn't actually part of the UK.

Country Queen Roger Taylor Brian May Freddie / John The Cross Total
Austria 13 0 4 0 1 18
Belgium 16 0 2 0 0 18
Czech Republic 2 0 5 0 0 7
Denmark 4 2 0 0 0 6
France 18 2 10 0 0 30
Germany 76 2 23 1 42 144
Netherlands 18 0 4 0 1 23
Hungary 3 1 4 0 0 8
Ireland 6 0 5 0 0 11
Italy 13 12 19 0 0 44
Poland 3 0 2 0 0 5
Russia 5 0 3 0 0 8
Spain 14 0 15 2 2 33
Sweden 10 1 1 0 2 14
Switzerland 14 1 6 0 3 24
UK Combined
(click here)
286 68 195 3 25 577
Five or Fewer 16 2 13 0 1 32
Total 517 91 311 6 77 1002

European countries with 5 or fewer concerts:

  1. Belarus (1 concert by Brian)
  2. Bulgaria (1 concert by Queen + Adam Lambert, 1 concert by Brian + Kerry Ellis)
  3. Cyprus (1 concert by Roger)
  4. Estonia (1 concert by Queen + Adam Lambert)
  5. Finland (1 concert by Queen, 1 concert by Queen + Adam Lambert, 1 concert by The Cross)
  6. Greece (1 concert by Brian)
  7. Latvia (1 concert by Queen + Paul Rodgers, 1 concert by Brian)
  8. Luxembourg (1 concert by Queen, 1 concert by Queen + Paul Rodgers)
  9. Malta (1 concert by Brian, 1 concert by Roger)
  10. Norway (1 concert by Queen, 3 concerts by Brian)
  11. Portugal (1 concert by Queen + Paul Rodgers, 1 concert by Queen + Adam Lambert, 2 concerts by Brian)
  12. Romania (1 concert by Queen + Adam Lambert, 1 concert by Brian + Kerry Ellis)
  13. Slovakia (1 concert by Brian + Kerry Ellis)
  14. Serbia (1 concert by Queen + Paul Rodgers)
  15. Turkey (1 concert by Brian)
  16. Ukraine (1 concert by Queen + Paul Rodgers, 1 concert by Queen + Adam Lambert)
  17. Yugoslavia (2 concerts by Queen)

Live Performances By Country - Non-Europe

Country Queen Roger Taylor Brian May Total
Argentina 8 0 2 10
Australia 26 0 6 32
Brazil 10 0 1 11
Canada 35 0 8 43
Japan 58 6 11 75
South Africa 11 0 1 12
USA 297 1 43 341
Fewer Than Five 14 1 3 18
Total 459 8 75 542

Non-European countries with fewer than 5 concerts:

  1. Aruba (1 concert by Queen + Paul Rodgers)
  2. Chile (1 concert by Queen + Paul Rodgers, 1 concert by Queen + Adam Lambert, 1 concert by Brian)
  3. India (1 concert by Roger)
  4. Israel (1 concert by Brian)
  5. Mexico (3 concerts by Queen)
  6. New Zealand (1 concert by Queen, 2 concerts by Queen + Adam Lambert)
  7. South Korea (1 concert by Queen + Adam Lambert)
  8. United Arab Emirates (1 concert by Queen + Paul Rodgers)
  9. Uruguay (1 concert by Brian)
  10. Venezuela (3 concerts by Queen)

Live Performances By Country - UK


These statistics include a single show on the Isle Of Man, even though it isn't actually part of the UK.
Country Queen Roger Taylor Brian May Freddie / John The Cross Total
England 256 63 181 3 23 526
Isle Of Man 1 0 0 0 0 1
Northern Ireland 2 0 1 0 0 3
Scotland 20 4 9 0 1 34
Wales 7 1 4 0 1 13
Total 286 68 195 3 25 577

Countries With Most Concerts

  1. England (526)
  2. USA (341)
  3. Germany (144)
  4. Japan (75)
  5. Italy (44)
  6. Canada (43)
  7. Scotland (34)
  8. Spain (33)
  9. Australia (32)
  10. France (30)

Cities With Most Concerts

  1. London, England (245)
  2. New York, USA (29)
  3. Tokyo, Japan (28)
  4. Los Angeles, USA (25)
  5. Birmingham, England (24)
  6. Paris, France (24)
  7. Manchester, England (20)
  8. Liverpool, England (19)
  9. Munich, Germany (18)
  10. Glasgow, Scotland (18)
  11. Newcastle, England (16)
  12. Vienna, Austria (15)

Venues With Most Concerts

  1. Dominion Theatre, London, England (35)
  2. Hammersmith Odeon, London, England (19) (renamed as Hammersmith Apollo)
  3. Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan (17)
  4. Wembley Arena, London, England (15)
  5. Forest Nationale, Brussels, Belgium (12)
  6. Forum, Los Angeles, USA (12)
  7. Madison Square Garden, New York, USA (11)
  8. Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany (10)
  9. Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland (9)
    Super Bowl, Bophuthatswana, South Africa (9)
  10. Stadhalle, Vienna, Austria (8)
  11. Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland (7)
  12. Empire Theatre, Liverpool, England (7)
  13. Groenoordhalle, Leiden, Netherlands (7)
  14. NEC, Birmingham, England (7)
  15. Shepherd's Bush Empire, London, England (7)

Number Of Shows Each Year


Since the first Queen show in 1970, Queen or solo members have performed their own concert, or appeared as a guest of somebody else, every year:

Most Concerts In A Year

  1. 1993 (92)
  2. 1977 (87)
  3. 1974 (74)
  4. 1975 (74)
  5. 1982 (70)
  6. 1979 (65)
  7. 1980 (61)
  8. 1998 (56)
  9. 2014 (56)
  10. 1976 (55)
  11. 1978 (55)

Fewest Concerts In A Year

  1. 1989 (1)
  2. 1983 (2)
  3. 1997 (3)
  4. 1972 (5)
  5. 1996 (5)
  6. 1987 (6)
  7. 2000 (7)
  8. 2001 (8)
  9. 2007 (10)
  10. 2002 (11)

Longest And Shortest Tours


Longest Tours, by Number Of Concerts

  1. Queen - 1980 The Game North American Tour (44)
  2. Queen - 1975 Sheer Heart Attack North American Tour (40)
  3. Queen - 1977 A Day At The Races North American Tour (40)
  4. Queen - 1978 Jazz North American Tour (35)
  5. Queen + Paul Rodgers - 2008 The Cosmos Rocks UK/European Tour (34)
  6. Queen - 1982 Hot Space North American Tour (33)
  7. Queen - 1976 A Night At The Opera USA Tour (32)
  8. Brian May - 1998 Another World European Tour (32)
  9. Queen + Paul Rodgers - 2005 UK/European Tour (32)
  10. Queen - 1973 UK Tour (31)

Shortest Tours, by Number Of Concerts

  1. Queen - 1976 UK Miscellaneous Concerts Tour (4)
  2. Brian May - 1992 Back To The Light South American Tour (5)
  3. Queen - 1981 The Game Japanese Tour (5)
  4. Queen + Paul Rodgers - 2008 The Cosmos Rocks Dubai and South American Tour (6)
  5. Queen - 1982 Hot Space Japanese Tour (6)
  6. Queen - 1981 South America Gluttons For Punishment Tour (6)
  7. Queen + Adam Lambert - 2012 UK/European Tour (6)
  8. Queen + Adam Lambert - 2015 South American Tour (6)
  9. Brian May - 1993 Back To The Light Japanese Tour (7)
  10. Brian May - 1991 Innuendo Radio Tour (7)
  11. Queen - 1981 South America Bites The Dust Tour (7)

Longest Tours, by Duration (number of days)

  1. Queen + Paul Rodgers - 2005 UK/European Tour (109)
  2. Queen - 1980 The Game North American Tour (92)
  3. Brian - 1991 Innuendo Radio Tour (77)
  4. The Cross - 1990 Mad, Bad And Dangerous To Know European Tour (75)
  5. Queen - 1973 UK Tour (69)
  6. Queen - 1977 A Day At The Races North American Tour (64)
  7. Queen - 1986 UK/European The Magic Tour (63)
  8. Queen - 1975 Sheer Heart Attack North American Tour (60)
  9. Queen + Paul Rodgers - 2008 The Cosmos Rocks UK/European Tour (57)
  10. Queen - 1982 Hot Space UK/European Tour (57)

Shortest Tours, by Duration (number of days)

  1. Queen - 1981 The Game Japanese Tour (6)
  2. Brian - 1992 Back To The Light South American Tour (8)
  3. Brian - 1993 Back To The Light Japanese Tour (9)
  4. Brian May & Kerry Ellis - 2014 'Acoustic By Candlelight' UK/European Tour (10)
  5. The Cross - 1988 Shove It German Tour (13)
  6. Roger Taylor - 1995 Happiness? Italian Tour (13)
  7. Queen + Adam Lambert - 2015 South American Tour (14)
  8. Brian - 1993 Back To The Light North American Tour (2nd leg) (14)
  9. Brian May & Kerry Ellis - 2012 'Born Free' UK Tour (14)
  10. Queen - 1982 Hot Space Japanese Tour (15)
  11. Queen - 1984 The Works South African Tour (15)
  12. Roger Taylor - 1994 Happiness? UK Tour (15)
  13. Queen + Paul Rodgers - 2008 The Cosmos Rocks Dubai and South American Tour (15)
  14. Queen + Adam Lambert - 2012 UK/European Tour (15)

Busiest Tours (lowest number of days between shows):

  1. The Cross - 1988 Shove It German Tour (12 shows in 13 days) (1.1 days per show)
  2. Roger - 1999 Electric Fire UK Tour (16 shows in 19 days) (1.2 days per show)
  3. The Cross - 1991 Blue Rock European Tour (20 shows in 24 days) (1.2 days per show)
  4. Queen - 1981 The Game Japanese Tour (5 shows in 6 days) (1.2 days per show)
  5. The Cross - 1988 Shove It UK Tour (16 shows in 20 days) (1.3 days per show)
  6. Roger - 1994 Happiness? UK Tour (12 shows in 15 days) (1.3 days per show)
  7. Brian - 1993 Back To The Light Japanese Tour (7 shows in 9 days) (1.3 days per show)
  8. Roger - 1995 Happiness? Italian Tour (10 shows in 13 days) (1.3 days per show)
  9. Queen - 1974 Queen II USA Tour (19 shows in 25 days) (1.3 days per show)
  10. Brian May & Kerry Ellis - 2012 'Born Free' UK Tour (11 shows in 14 days) (1.3 days per show)

Quietest Tours (highest number of days between shows):

  1. Brian - 1991 Innuendo Radio Tour (7 shows in 77 days) (11.0 days per show)
  2. Queen - 1976 UK Miscellaneous Concerts Tour (4 shows in 17 days) (4.3 days per show)
  3. The Cross - 1990 Mad, Bad And Dangerous To Know European Tour (18 shows in 75 days) (4.2 days per show)
  4. Brian May & Kerry Ellis - 2014 'Acoustic By Candlelight' UK/European Tour (10 shows in 42 days) (4.2 days per show)
  5. Queen - 1981 South America Gluttons For Punishment Tour (6 shows in 23 days) (3.8 days per show)
  6. Queen + Paul Rodgers - 2005 UK/European Tour (32 shows in 109 days) (3.4 days per show)
  7. Queen - 1981 South America Bites The Dust Tour (7 shows in 21 days) (3.0 days per show)
  8. Queen + Paul Rodgers - 2005 Aruba, USA and Japanese Tour (9 shows in 26 days) (2.9 days per show)
  9. Queen - 1982 Hot Space Japanese Tour (6 shows in 15 days) (2.5 days per show)
  10. Queen + Paul Rodgers - 2008 The Cosmos Rocks Dubai and South American Tour (6 shows in 15 days) (2.5 days per show)
  11. Queen + Adam Lambert - 2012 UK/European Tour (6 shows in 15 days) (2.5 days per show)
  12. Queen + Adam Lambert - 2016 European Festival Tour (15 shows in 37 days) (2.5 days per show)

Calendar Dates With No Concerts

  1. 3 January
  2. 4 January
  3. 5 January
  4. 6 January
  5. 7 January
  6. 11 January
  7. 4 August
  8. 25 August
  9. 6 September
  10. 25 December
  11. 27 December
  12. 30 December

Two Or More Concerts On The Same Day


By The Same Artist

  1. 14 December 1973 - Hammersmith Odeon, London, England (Queen)
  2. 10 May 1974 - Uris Theatre, New York, USA (Queen)
  3. 8 February 1975 - Music Hall, Cleveland, USA (Queen)
  4. 15 February 1975 - Opheum Theatre, Boston, USA (Queen)
  5. 16 February 1975 - Avery Fisher Hall, New York, USA (Queen)
  6. 23 February 1975 - Erlinger Theatre, Philadelphia, USA (Queen)
  7. 29 March 1975 - Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Los Angeles, USA (Queen)
  8. 26 November 1975 - Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England (Queen)
  9. 9 March 1976 - Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Los Angeles, USA (Queen)
  10. 26 March 1976 - Kyden Gymnasium, Fukuoka, Japan (Queen)
  11. 29 March 1976 - Kosei Nenkin Kaikan, Osaka, Japan (Queen)
  12. 8 December 1994 - Europe 1 Studios, Paris, France (Roger)
  13. 20 October 2003 - Dominion Theatre, London, England (Brian)
  14. 31 January 2004 - Dominion Theatre, London, England (Brian)
  15. 17 April 2004 - Dominion Theatre, London, England (Brian)
  16. 18 December 2004 - Paris Theater, Las Vegas, USA (Brian)
  17. 7 October 2006 - Dominion Theatre, London, England (Brian)
  18. 29 September 2007 - Dominion Theatre, London, England (Brian)
  19. 29 December 2007 - Dominion Theatre, London, England (Brian)
  20. 10 January 2009 - Dominion Theatre, London, England (Brian)
  21. 12 September 2009 - Dominion Theatre, London, England (Brian)
  22. 31 January 2010 - 02 Dublin, Dublin, Ireland (Brian)
  23. 4 September 2010 - Dominion Theatre, London, England (Brian)
  24. 1 May 2011 - Royal Albert Hall, London, England (Brian, with Kerry Ellis)
  25. 25 September 2011 - Clapham Grand, London, and Hammersmith Apollo, London (Brian, with The SAS Band and then The Darkness)

By Different Artists

  1. 14 April 1988 - Dominion Theatre, London, England (Freddie)
    14 April 1988 - Theaterfabrik, Munich, Germany (The Cross)
  2. 19 October 1991 - Schwarzwaldhalle, Appenweiher, Germany (The Cross)
    19 October 1991 - Expo '92 Concert, Seville, Spain (Brian)
  3. 22 October 1991 - Hammersmith Odeon, London, England (Brian)
    22 October 1991 - Philipshalle, Düsseldorf, Germany (The Cross)
  4. 24 September 1998 - Cosford Mill, Surrey, England (Roger)
    24 September 1998 - E. Halle, Groningen, Netherlands (Brian)
  5. 7 July 2001 - Wintershall Estate, Surrey, England (Roger)
    7 July 2001 - Stravinski Hall, Montreux, Switzerland (Brian)
  6. 11 June 2005 - Wintershall Estate, Surrey, England (Roger)
    11 June 2005 - Fyllingen, Tromso, Norway (Brian)
  7. 5 September 2015 - Milton Keynes Bowl, Milton Keynes, England (Roger)
    5 September 2015 - The Pheasantry Club, London, England (Brian and Kerry Ellis)

Earliest And Latest Calendar Concerts

Earliest Concerts

  1. 1 January 2015 - Westminster Hall, London, England (Queen + Adam Lambert) (this was the second part of the show, which started on 31 December 2014)
  2. 2 January 2004 - Teatro Calderon, Madrid, Spain (Brian)
  3. 8 January 1971 - Marquee Club, London, England (Queen)
  4. 8 January 2004 - House Of Guitars, London, England (Brian)
  5. 9 January 1971 - Technical College, Ewell, England (Queen)
  6. 9 January 2004 - University Of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, England (Brian)
  7. 10 January 2009 - Dominion Theatre, London, England (Brian) (two shows)
  8. 12 January 1985 - Rock In Rio Festival, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (Queen)
  9. 12 January 2005 - Dominion Theatre, London, England (Queen)
  10. 13 January 1977 - Auditorium, Milwaukee, USA (Queen)
  11. 13 January 2015 - Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, England (Queen + Adam Lambert)

Latest Concerts

  1. 22 December 1973 - Town Hall, Peterborough, England (Queen)
  2. 22 December 1977 - Forum, Los Angeles, USA (Queen)
  3. 22 December 1979 - Alexandra Palace, London, England (Queen)
  4. 22 December 1992 - The Marquee, London, England (The Cross)
  5. 23 December 1992 - Wembley Arena, London, England (Brian with Extreme)
  6. 24 December 1975 - Hammersmith Odeon, London, England (Queen)
  7. 26 December 1979 - Hammersmith Odeon, London, England (Queen)
  8. 28 December 1973 - Top Rank, Liverpool, England (Queen)
  9. 29 December 2007 - Dominion Theatre, London, England (Brian) (two shows)
  10. 31 December 1971 - Rugby Club, Twickenham, England (Queen)
  11. 31 December 2014 - Westminster Hall, London, England (Queen + Adam Lambert) (this was the first part of the show, which ended on 1 January 2015)

Concerts On Notable Days


Longest Released Live Tracks


Below are top 10 and top 5 lists of the longest released live tracks, by Queen, Queen + Paul Rodgers, and solo artists. If a song 'contained' another (eg 'Now I'm Here', 'Dragon Attack', 'Now I'm Here' (Reprise)) then this is ignored. For each artist, each song is included only once.

Queen

  1. Brian May Guitar Solo (10:10) (Super Live In Japan, Tokyo, October 2005)
  2. Liar (8:22) (Live At The Rainbow '74, November 1974)
  3. Now I'm Here (8:10) (Live Killers, 1979)
  4. Roger Taylor Drum Solo (7:55) (official download, Murcia, 2008)
  5. Somebody To Love (7:45) (Queen On Fire - Live At The Bowl, Milton Keynes, 1982)
  6. Hammer To Fall (7:44) (Amsterdam, 2002)
  7. Son And Daughter (7:08) (BBC Session 3, 1973)
  8. A Kind Of Magic (6:46) (Live At Wembley, 11 July 1986)
  9. Amandla (6:38) ('46664', Cape Town, 29 November 2003)
  10. Great King Rat (6:37) (Live At The Rainbow '74, 31 March 1974)

Queen + Paul Rodgers

  1. All Right Now (7:14) (Super Live In Japan, Tokyo, October 2005)
  2. Hammer To Fall (6:51) (official download, Dortmund 2005)
  3. A Kind Of Magic (6:26) (Super Live In Japan, Tokyo, October 2005)
  4. Radio Ga Ga (6:05) (Live In Ukraine download, 2008)
  5. Bohemian Rhapsody (6:02) (official download, Rotterdam, 2005)

Solo Artists:

  1. Resurrection Medley (10:18) (Brian May, Live At Brixton Academy, 1993)
  2. Last Horizon (8:50) (Brian May, The Candlelight Concerts - Live At Montreux 2013)
  3. Hammer To Fall (8:32) (Brian May, Paris, 1998)
  4. Let Me Out (7:54) (The Cross and Brian May, The Official Bootleg, London, 1990)
  5. On My Way Up (7:39) (Brian May, Paris, 1998)
  6. Tie Your Mother Down (7:07) (Brian May & Kerry Ellis, The Candlelight Concerts - Live At Montreux 2013)
  7. Lucille (6:29) (The Cross and Brian May, The Official Bootleg, London, 1990)
  8. A Kind Of Magic (6:11) (Roger Taylor, Mick Ronson Memorial Concert, 1994)
  9. The Also Rans (6:10) (The Cross, Live In Germany, 1991)
  10. Radio Ga Ga (6:02) (Roger with The SAS Band, London, 2000)

List Of Released Queen Tracks


This table indicates how many Queen live shows and individual tracks have been released from each year, ignoring BBC sessions and musical tracks. It divides releases into official audio releases, official video releases, and those shows released as part of the Top 100 Bootlegs, for which the sound quality in some cases is vastly inferior.

Year Tracks Released Official
Audio
Official Video Top 100 Bootlegs
1973 Golder's Green Hippodrome, London, England, 13 September 1973     5 songs
Colston Hall, Bristol, England, 29 November 1973     complete
1974 Rainbow Theatre, London, England, 31 March 1974 almost complete four songs 5 songs
Rainbow Theatre, London, England, 19 and 20 November 1974
(A complete concert has been released, featuring elements from both shows)
complete complete  
Sartory Seal, Cologne, Germany, 6 December 1974     complete
1975 Kokusai Kaikan, Kobe, Japan, 23 April 1975     complete
Yamaha Tsumagoi Hall, Shizuoka, Japan, 29 April 1975     complete
Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 1 May 1975   3 tracks complete
Hammersmith Odeon, London, England, 24 December 1975 complete almost complete complete
1976 Kosei Nenkin Kaikan, Osaka, Japan, 29 March 1976     complete
Nichidai Kodo, Tokyo, Japan, 4 April 1976     5 songs
Hyde Park, London, England, 18 September 1976 one song one song, plus excerpts  
1977 Broendby Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark, 12 May 1977     complete
Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland, 30 May 1977     complete
Earl's Court, London, England, 6 June 1977 one song two songs, plus excerpts  
The Summit, Houston, USA, 11 December 1977   four songs, plus excerpts  
1978 Stadhalle, Vienna, Austria, 2 May 1978     complete
1979 Tracks from various European concerts, January-March 1979 ('Live Killers' album) numerous    
Pavilion De Paris, Paris, France, 28 February 1979 one song   complete
Pavilion De Paris, Paris, France, 1 March 1979   one song, plus excerpts  
Unknown show, Japan, April/May 1979   one song  
Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan, April 1979   two songs  
Makomani Ice Arena, Sapporo, Japan, 6 May 1979     complete
Hammersmith Odeon, London, England, 26 December 1979 one song three songs, plus excerpts complete
1980 Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany, 14 December 1980     complete
1981 Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 13 February 1981     complete
Velez Sarsfield, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1 March 1981   two songs  
Morumbi Stadium, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 20/1 March 1981   four songs  
The Forum, Montreal, Canada, 24 & 25 November 1981 complete (hybrid) complete (hybrid)  
1982 Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany, 28 April 1982   excerpts complete
Stadhalle, Vienna, Austria, 13 May 1982   four songs complete
Milton Keynes Bowl, Milton Keynes, England, 5 June 1982 complete complete  
Brendan Byrne Arena, East Rutherford, USA, 9 August 1982     complete
Saturday Night Live TV appearance, USA, 25 September 1982   one song  
Kyuden Auditorium, Fukuoka, Japan, 19 October 1982     complete
Hankyu Nishinomiyakyujo, Osaka, Japan, 24 October 1982     complete
Kokusai Tenjijo, Nagoya, Japan, 26 October 1982     complete
Hokkaidoritsu Sangyo Kyoshin Kaijo, Sapporo, Japan, 29 October 1982     two songs
Seibu Lions Stadium, Tokyo, Japan, 3 November 1982 two songs edited concert, plus three songs  
1984 Montreux Golden Rose Pop Festival, Montreux, Switzerland, 12 May 1984   complete  
NEC, Birmingham, England, 2 September 1984     complete
Wembley Arena, London, England, 4 September 1984     complete
Sportspalace, Milan, Italy, 15 September 1984     complete
Schleyerhalle, Stuttgart, Germany, 27 September 1984     complete
1985 Rock In Rio, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, 12 & 19 January 1985 three songs edited concert  
Entertainments Centre, Sydney, Australia, 25 April 1985   excerpts  
Yoyogi Swimming Pool Auditorium, Tokyo, Japan, 11 May 1985   almost complete  
Jo Hall, Osaka, Japan, 15 May 1985     complete
Live Aid, London, England, 13 July 1985   complete  
1986 Montreux Golden Rose Pop Festival, Montreux, Switzerland, 11 May 1986   complete  
Magic Tour Rehearsals, London, England, April/May 1986   eight edited songs  
Maimarktgelande, Mannheim, Germany, 21 June 1986     complete
Waldbuehne, Berlin, Germany, 26 June 1986     complete
St James' Park, Newcastle, England, 9 July 1986   excerpts  
Wembley Stadium, London, England, 11 July 1986 five songs complete  
Wembley Stadium, London, England, 12 July 1986 complete complete  
Nepstadion, Budapest, Hungary, 27 July 1986 complete almost complete  
Knebworth Park, Stevenage, England, 9 August 1986 (numerous songs) numerous songs excerpts  
1992 Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert, London, England, 20 April 1992 two songs almost complete  
1997 Bejart Ballet For Life, Paris, France, 17 January 1997 one song one song  
2001 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, Astoria Theatre, New York, USA, 19 March 2001 two songs    
2002 Queen's Day, Musemplein, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 30 April 2002   5 songs  
Party At The Palace, London, England, 3 June 2002 complete complete  
2003 46664 Concert, Cape Town, South Africa, 29 November 2003 almost complete complete  
2004 Wetten Dass? TV Show, Nuremburg, Germany, 11 December 2004 complete    
2005 Tracks from various concerts released as official live downloads and a US promo CD 53 songs    
Sheffield Arena, Sheffield, England, 9 May 2005 almost complete almost complete  
Hyde Park, London, England, 15 July 2005 one song two songs  
Saitama Arena, Tokyo, Japan, 27 October 2005   complete  
2006 Foo Fighters Concert, Hyde Park, London, England, 17 June 2006   two songs  
2008 Tracks from various concerts released as official live downloads 71 songs    
Al Murray's Happy Hour TV Show, London, England, 1 April 2008   one song  
Freedom Square, Kharkov, Ukraine, 12 September 2008 almost complete almost complete  
2012 London 2012 Olympics Closing Ceremony, 12 August 2012 complete, all edited complete  

List Of Released Solo Tracks


This table indicates how many solo live shows and individual tracks have been released from each year.

Year Tracks Released Audio Video
1987 Freddie Mercury & Montserrat Caballe: Ibiza '92 Festival, Ku Klub, Ibiza, 29 May 1987 (mimed)   complete (one song only)
1988 Freddie Mercury & Montserrat Caballe: La Nit Festival, Montjurich Castle, Barcelona, Spain, 8 October 1988 (mimed)   complete (three songs only)
1989 Brian May: Jerry Lee Lewis And Friends Concert, Hammersmith Odeon, London, England, 21 November 1989   complete
1990 The Cross: unknown show, Germany, May/June 1990 one song  
The Cross: Serenadenhof, Nürnberg, Germany, 4 June 1990   one song
The Cross and Brian May: Fan Club Party, Astoria Theatre, London, England, 7 December 1990 complete  
1991 The Cross: Phillipshalle, Dusseldorf, Germany, 22 October 1991 complete  
1992 Brian: Pavarotti & Friends Concert, Parco Novi Sad, Modena, Italy, 27 September 1992 one song  
1993 Brian: The Tonight Show, Los Angeles, USA, 5 April 1993 two songs  
Brian: The Palace Theater, Los Angeles, USA, 6 April 1993 one song  
Brian: Brixton Academy, London, England, 15 June 1993 almost complete almost complete
1994 Roger: The Mick Ronson Memorial Concert, Hammersmith Odeon, London, England, 29 April 1994 complete one song (and drums on another)
Roger: Gosport Festival, Walpole Park, Gosport, England, 28 July 1994   one song
Roger: Shepherd's Bush Empire, London, England, 15 September 1994 four songs  
Roger: City Hall, Truro, England, 2 December 1994   three songs
1998 Roger: Cyberbarn Concert, Surrey, England, 24 September 1998 three songs one song
Brian: Le Reservoir, Paris, France, 9 June 1998 two songs  
2000 Roger: Shepherd's Bush Empire, London, England, 19 February 2000 (with The SAS Band) one song one song
Brian: Party In The Park, Hyde Park, London, England, 9 July 2000 (with The SAS Band) one song one song
2004 Brian: The Strat Pack Concert, Wembley Arena, London, England, 24 September 2004   seven songs
2005 Roger: Band Du Lac Concert, Wintershall Estate, Surrey, England, 11 June 2005   four songs
2007 Roger: Live Earth Concert, Wembley Stadium, London, England, 7 July 2007   one song
2011 Brian: Starmus Festival, Magma Art & Congress Centre, Tenerife, Spain, 24 June 2011 complete  
2012 Brian: Radio 1 Live Lounge Session (with Dappy), England, 27 February 2012 complete one song
Brian: The Sunflower Superjam, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 16 September 2012   complete
Brian: various tracks recorded at 6 different venues in November 2012 fifteen songs  
2013 Brian: Montreux Jazz Festival, Stravinski Auditorium, Montreux, Switzerland, 19 July 2013 one song complete
2014 Brian: Starmus Festival, Magma Art & Congress Centre, Tenerife, Spain, 26 September 2014   complete