Queen + Adam Lambert Concertography

 

This page features a brief overview of Queen and Adam Lambert performances from 2009 onwards. The tracks given for each tour reflect the standard setlist, but the actual songs performed varied from night to night.

In the setlists below, any initials in brackets refer to the lead vocalist for the track, namely Adam Lambert (AL), Brian May (BM), Roger Taylor (RT) or Freddie Mercury (FM). Freddie's vocals were played via videoscreen.

Other shows by Queen during this period without Adam Lambert are detailed on the 2007-2017 Queen Concertography page. For a more comprehensive list, with exact setlists and details of live recordings, please see the Queen Concerts website.

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2009 'American Idol' TV Show (1)
2011 MTV European Music Awards (1)
2012 UK and European Tour (6)
2013 iHeartRadio Music Festival (1)
2014 iHeartRadio Music Festival (1)
2014 North American Tour (24)
2014 Asian and Australasian Tour (11)
2014 Miscellaneous Shows (3)
2015 UK and European Tour (25)
2015 South American Tour (6)
2016 European Festival Tour (15)
2016 Asian Festival Tour (9)
2017 Miscellaneous Shows (2)
2017 North American Tour (26)

2017 UK and European Tour Dates
2018 Australasian Tour Dates


2009 'American Idol' TV Show


We Are The Champions (with Kris Allen and Adam Lambert on vocals)

Brian and Roger appeared at the finale of the American Idol TV series to perform 'We Are The Champions' with the two finalists.
1. 20 May 2009 - Nokia Theatre, Los Angeles, USA

2011 MTV European Music Awards


The Show Must Go On, Under Pressure, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions

Brian and Roger appeared to collect the Global Icon Award, then performed four songs with Brian on guitar, Roger on drums, Adam Lambert on vocals, and an unknown band.
1. 6 November 2011 - MTV European Music Awards, Odyssey Arena, Belfast, Northern Ireland

2012 UK and European Tour


Flash's Theme (tape), The Hero (instrumental ending), Seven Seas Of Rhye, Keep Yourself Alive, We Will Rock You (fast), Fat Bottomed Girls, Don't Stop Me Now, Under Pressure (Adam + Roger), I Want It All, Who Wants To Live Forever, A Kind Of Magic (Roger), These Are The Days Of Our Lives (Roger), Love Of My Life (Brian with some vocals from Freddie at Budapest, 1986), '39 (Brian), Dragon Attack / Bass Solo, Drum Solo (duet between Roger and Rufus), Last Horizon, Guitar Solo, I Want To Break Free, Another One Bites The Dust, Radio Ga Ga, Somebody To Love, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, The Show Must Go On, Bohemian Rhapsody (Freddie + Adam)
Encore: Tie Your Mother Down (Brian), We Will Rock You (slow), We Are The Champions, God Save The Queen (tape, London shows only)


The above setlist was the most common, although 'Somebody To Love' and 'The Show Must Go On' moved to different positions for a few shows. The two shows in Moscow and Kiev dropped 'Last Horizon', while the Moscow show added 'Life Is Real' before 'Love Of My Life', with guests Zemfira on vocals and Dmitry Shurov on piano, and the Kiev show featured Victor Romanchenko on vocals alongside Adam for 'We Will Rock You'. The three Hammersmith shows each featured Brian performing a different song on acoustic guitar before 'Love Of My Life', namely 'The Show Must Go On', 'Somebody To Love', and 'You're My Best Friend'. 'Bohemian Rhapsody' and the final verse of 'Love Of My Life' featured Freddie's vocals from Budapest, 1986, via videoscreen.

This setlist featured a number of surprises, most notably the 'Flash', 'Seven Seas Of Rhye', 'Keep Yourself Alive' and 'We Will Rock You' opening tracks, 'Don't Stop Me Now', 'Who Wants To Live Forever' and 'Somebody To Love', all of which had hardly been performed in 25 years. Queen and Adam Lambert were originally planned to perform at the Sonisphere Festival, which was subsequently cancelled, and as a result the Moscow show was moved from 30 June to 3 July. Alongside Brian and Roger, the band comprised Adam Lambert (lead vocals), Neil Fairclough (bass guitar and backing vocals), Spike Edney (keyboards and backing vocals) and Roger's son Rufus Taylor (percussion, and drums when Roger sang).
1. 30 June 2012 - Maidan Nezalezhnosti, Kiev, Ukraine
             This was a free show, with a show by Elton John the same night, to raise awareness of HIV and AIDS across Ukraine and Poland. It was held on the eve of the European Championship final and was supported by Uefa. The show was broadcast live on television and online.
2. 3 July 2012 - Olimpiyskiy Sports Complex, Moscow, Russia
             This show was originally planned for 30 June 2012.
3. 7 July 2012 - Stadion Miejski, Wroclaw, Poland
4. 11 July 2012 - Hammersmith Apollo, London, England
5. 12 July 2012 - Hammersmith Apollo, London, England
6. 14 July 2012 - Hammersmith Apollo, London, England

2013 iHeartRadio Music Festival


Bohemian Rhapsody (start), Another One Bites The Dust, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Who Wants To Live Forever, Somebody To Love (with Fun, Nate Ruess on vocals), Fat Bottomed Girls (with Fun, Nate Ruess and Adam Lambert on vocals), Dragon Attack, Bohemian Rhapsody (reprise), We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions

Brian and Roger appeared with Adam Lambert at this music festival, with their 30 minute set beginning at 11:58pm (making the majority of the set on the 21st September). The show was broadcast live on radio stations across the USA, and online, while a TV highlights show was broadcast in the USA on 30 September and 1 October. The show featured indie band Fun on two tracks, and also presumably featured Spike Edney on keyboards.
1. 20 September 2013 - iHeartRadio Music Festival, MGM Grand, Las Vegas, USA

2014 iHeartRadio Music Festival


We Will Rock You, Another One Bites The Dust, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Love Kills, Fat Bottomed Girls, Under Pressure, We Are The Champions, Don't Stop Me Now

Brian and Roger appeared with Adam Lambert at this music festival, to promote their then forthcoming North American tour. The show was broadcast live on radio stations across the USA, and online. The band comprised Brian, Roger, Adam Lambert, Spike Edney on keyboards, Rufus Taylor on percussion, and Neil Fairclough on bass.
1. 16 June 2014 - iHeartRadio Music Festival, MGM Grand, Las Vegas, USA

2014 North American Tour


Procession (tape), Now I'm Here, Stone Cold Crazy, Another One Bites The Dust, Fat Bottomed Girls, In The Lap Of The Gods.... Revisited, Seven Seas Of Rhye, Killer Queen, Somebody To Love, I Want It All, Love Of My Life (Brian), '39 (Brian), These Are The Days Of Our Lives (Roger), Bass Solo, Drum Battle, Under Pressure (Roger and Adam), Love Kills, Who Wants To Live Forever, Guitar Solo, Last Horizon, Tie Your Mother Down, Radio Ga Ga, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, The Show Must Go On, Bohemian Rhapsody, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions, God Save The Queen

There were only a few setlist changes during the tour; 'Don't Stop Me Now' was performed after 'Radio Ga Ga' at most of the shows in June, while 'Dragon Attack' replaced 'Love Kills' at the last two shows, and 'The Show Must Go On' was dropped from a few shows late in the tour, for time reasons. Alongside Brian and Roger, the band comprised Adam Lambert (lead vocals), Neil Fairclough (bass guitar and backing vocals), Spike Edney (keyboards and backing vocals) and Roger's son Rufus Taylor (percussion, and drums when Roger sang).

Neil Fairclough's bass solo included the basslines from 'Don't Try Suicide' and 'Body Language', while the Drum Battle featured Roger and Rufus drumming in turns, and seemed to have elements of Sandy Nelson's 'Let There Be Drums' (which Roger performed on the 2005/6 Queen+Paul Rodgers tours) and Cozy Powell's 'Dance With The Devil'.
1. 19 June 2014 - United Center, Chicago, Illinois, USA
2. 21 June 2014 - MTS Centre, Winnipeg, Canada
3. 23 June 2014 - Credit Union Centre, Saskatoon, Canada
4. 24 June 2014 - Rexall Place, Edmonton, Canada
5. 26 June 2014 - Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary, Canada
6. 28 June 2014 - Rogers Arena, Vancouver, Canada
7. 1 July 2014 - SAP Center, San Jose, California, USA
8. 3 July 2014 - Forum, Inglewood, California, USA
9. 5 July 2014 - The Joint, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
10. 6 July 2014 - The Joint, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
11. 9 July 2014 - Toyota Center, Houston, Texas, USA
12. 10 July 2014 - American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas, USA
13. 12 July 2014 - Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, Michigan, USA
14. 13 July 2014 - Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Canada
15. 14 July 2014 - Bell Centre, Montreal, Canada
16. 16 July 2014 - Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
17. 17 July 2014 - Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
18. 19 July 2014 - Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, Connecticut, USA
19. 20 July 2014 - Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, Maryland, USA
20. 22 July 2014 - TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
21. 23 July 2014 - IZOD Center, East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA
22. 25 July 2014 - Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, Connecticut, USA
23. 26 July 2014 - Broadwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA
24. 28 July 2014 - Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Canada

2014 Asian and Australasian Tour


Procession (tape), Now I'm Here, Stone Cold Crazy, Another One Bites The Dust, Fat Bottomed Girls, In The Lap Of The Gods.... Revisited, Seven Seas Of Rhye, Killer Queen, Somebody To Love, I Want It All, Love Of My Life (Brian), '39 (Brian), A Kind Of Magic (Roger), Bass Solo, Drum Battle, Under Pressure (Adam and Roger), Dragon Attack, Who Wants To Live Forever, Guitar Solo, Last Horizon, Tie Your Mother Down, Vocal Solo, I Want To Break Free, Radio Ga Ga, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Bohemian Rhapsody, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions, God Save The Queen (tape)

Compared to the North American tour, the setlist was very similar, the main changes were that 'Love Kills' was replaced by 'Dragon Attack', 'I Want To Break Free' was added, 'The Show Must Go On' was dropped, and 'A Kind Of Magic' replaced 'These Are The Days Of Our Lives' at the majority of shows. Additionally, 'Teo Torriatte' was added for the two Japanese shows (performed by Brian before 'Love Of My Life'), 'I Was Born To Love You' was added for the South Korean and Japanese shows (after 'Dragon Attack' in South Korea, and 'Radio Ga Ga' in Japan), 'The Show Must Go On' was added in Melbourne on 30 August (before 'Bohemian Rhapsody'), 'Waltzing Matilda' was added in Brisbane (performed by Brian before 'Love Of My Life'), and 'Don't Dream It's Over' was added at the second New Zealand show (again, performed by Brian as part of his acoustic set).

Again, the band comprised Brian, Roger, Adam Lambert (lead vocals), Neil Fairclough (bass guitar and backing vocals), Spike Edney (keyboards and backing vocals) and Roger's son Rufus Taylor (percussion, and drums when Roger sang).
1. 14 August 2014 - Jamsil Sports Complex, Seoul, South Korea
2. 16 August 2014 - Maishima Sports Island, Osaka, Japan
3. 17 August 2014 - QVC Marine Field, Chiba, Tokyo, Japan
             These three shows were part of the 'Super Sonic' festival, and the two shows in Japan featured a reduced setlist, which dropped '39', 'Dragon Attack', 'Last Horizon', 'Tie Your Mother Down', 'I Want To Break Free' and the bass, drum, guitar and vocal solos. They also featured 'These Are The Days Of Our Lives' (vocals by Roger) in place of 'A Kind Of Magic', and added 'Teo Torriatte' and 'I Was Born To Love You' (as noted above). Additionally, the first Japanese show dropped 'In The Lap Of The Gods... Revisited' and 'I Want It All', while the second lost 'Somebody To Love' and 'Who Wants To Live Forever'. The show on the 17th was recorded, with four tracks shown on Japanese TV, and the whole concert was released in Japan only on DVD and Blu-ray as 'Live In Japan' in December 2016.
4. 22 August 2014 - Perth Arena, Perth, Australia
5. 26 August 2014 - Allphones Arena, Sydney, Australia
6. 27 August 2014 - Allphones Arena, Sydney, Australia
             This show featured a guest appearance by Lady Gaga on 'Another One Bites The Dust'.
7. 29 August 2014 - Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, Australia
8. 30 August 2014 - Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, Australia
9. 1 September 2014 - Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, Australia
10. 3 September 2014 - Vector Arena, Auckland, New Zealand
11. 4 September 2014 - Vector Arena, Auckland, New Zealand

2014 Miscellaneous Shows


Show 1: Somebody To Love (with X Factor finalists)
Show 2: Who Wants To Live Forever (with Helene Fischer), I Want It All
Show 3: Don't Stop Me Now, I Want To Break Free, Somebody To Love, Another One Bites The Dust, Under Pressure, Fat Bottomed Girls, Radio Ga Ga, I Want It All, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, The Show Must Go On, Bohemian Rhapsody (part), Killer Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody (part), We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions, God Save The Queen

The first show was on the UK X Factor TV programme, and was broadcast live, featuring 5 X Factor finalists for the gospel vocals.
The second show was broadcast on German TV on Christmas Day, and was filmed on either 11 or 12 December.
The final show was performed on 31 December 2014 and 1 January 2015, either side of midnight, as part of the New Year celebrations, and was billed as 'Queen + Adam Lambert Rock Big Ben Live'. It was broadcast live on BBC One in the UK, and streamed worldwide, and featured footage of Freddie during 'Bohemian Rhapsody', and in keeping with the new year celebrations, a bagpipe introduction to 'We Will Rock You', performed by Craig Weir. The first half of the show featured all tracks upto and including 'The Show Must Go On', lasting 42 minutes, and ended just before midnight. The second half of the show started at around 00:13, and lasted around 18 minutes.
1. 30 November 2014 - X Factor TV Show, ITV Studios, London, England
2. 11/12 December 2014 - Helene Fischer Show, Velodrom, Berlin, Germany
3. 31 December 2014 - Westminster Hall, London, England

2015 UK and European Tour


One Vision, Stone Cold Crazy, Another One Bites The Dust, Fat Bottomed Girls, In The Lap Of The Gods.... Revisited, Seven Seas Of Rhye, Killer Queen, Somebody To Love, I Want To Break Free, Love Of My Life (Brian), '39 (Brian), A Kind Of Magic (Roger), Bass Solo, Drum Battle, Under Pressure (Adam and Roger), Save Me, Who Wants To Live Forever, Guitar Solo, Last Horizon, Tie Your Mother Down, Vocal Solo, I Want It All, Radio Ga Ga, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Bohemian Rhapsody, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions, God Save The Queen (tape)

The above setlist was the most common but there were changes, with a few tracks occasionally dropped or moved within the setlist. It is essentially the same setlist as the 2014 tour, with 'Procession' and 'Now I'm Here' replaced by 'One Vision', 'Dragon Attack' replaced by 'Save Me', and 'I Want It All' and 'I Want To Break Free' swapping positions. Seven shows featured both 'These Are The Days Of Our Lives' and 'A Kind Of Magic', while seven shows featured just 'These Are The Days Of Our Lives' and eleven shows featured just 'A Kind Of Magic'. 'Don't Stop Me Now' was performed before 'Somebody To Love' at all UK shows with the exception of London (17 January), 'The Show Must Go On' was performed five times (after 'Crazy Little Thing Called Love'), and 'Dragon Attack' was performed twice (after 'Tie Your Mother Down', in Wembley and Krakow). Brian played 'The Blue Danube Waltz' as part of his guitar solo in Vienna, and acoustic versions of 'Maybe It's Because I'm A Londoner', 'Plaisir d'Amour', 'I (Who Have Nothing)' and 'You've Got To Hide Your Love Away' before 'Love Of My Life' at the shows in London (17th and 18th January), Paris, Milan and Liverpool respectively. 'We Will Rock You' in Glasgow featured a bagpipe introduction, and footage of Freddie was shown via videoscreen during both 'Love Of My Life' and 'Bohemian Rhapsody'. During the tour, Adam suffered from severe bronchitis, which led to the show in Belgium being cancelled, and a few tracks being dropped at neighbouring shows.

Again, the band comprised Brian, Roger, Adam Lambert (lead vocals), Neil Fairclough (bass guitar and backing vocals), Spike Edney (keyboards and backing vocals) and Roger's son Rufus Taylor (percussion, and drums when Roger sang).
1. 13 January 2015 - Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, England
2. 14 January 2015 - SSE Hydro, Glasgow, Scotland
3. 17 January 2015 - O2 Arena, London, England
4. 18 January 2015 - O2 Arena, London, England
5. 20 January 2015 - First Direct Arena, Leeds, England
6. 21 January 2015 - Arena, Manchester, England
7. 23 January 2015 - NIA Arena, Birmingham, England
8. 24 January 2015 - Arena, Nottingham, England
9. 26 January 2015 - Le Zenith, Paris, France
10. 29 January 2015 - Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany
11. 30 January 2015 - Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands
12. 1 February 2015 - Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria
13. 2 February 2015 - Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
14. 4 February 2015 - O2 World, Berlin, Germany
15. 5 February 2015 - O2 World, Hamburg, Germany
16. 7 February 2015 - Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany
--. 8 February 2015 - Palais, Brussels, Belgium (cancelled)
17. 10 February 2015 - Forum, Milan, Italy
18. 13 February 2015 - Schleyerhalle, Stuttgart, Germany
19. 15 February 2015 - Jyske Bank Boxen, Herning, Denmark
20. 17 February 2015 - O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
21. 19 February 2015 - Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
22. 21 February 2015 - Krakow Arena, Krakow, Poland
23. 24 February 2015 - Wembley Arena, London, England
24. 26 February 2015 - Echo Arena, Liverpool, England
25. 27 February 2015 - Metropoint Arena, Sheffield, England

2015 South American Tour


One Vision, Another One Bites The Dust, Fat Bottomed Girls, In The Lap Of The Gods.... Revisited, Seven Seas Of Rhye, Killer Queen, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Somebody To Love, Love Of My Life (Brian), '39 (Brian), These Are The Days Of Our Lives (Roger), Bass Solo, Drum Battle, Under Pressure (Adam and Roger), I Want To Break Free, Ghost Town, Who Wants To Live Forever, Guitar Solo, Last Horizon, Tie Your Mother Down, Don't Stop Me Now, I Want It All, Radio Ga Ga, Bohemian Rhapsody, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions

This short tour featured a slightly restructured setlist compared to the European tour, and varied more each night. The most notable change was the addition of 'Ghost Town', an Adam Lambert solo track. After 'Love Of My Life', the band played '39' (Brian, twice), 'Las Palabras De Amor' (Brian, twice), or neither (twice), followed by either 'These Are The Days Of Our Lives' (Roger, four times) or 'A Kind Of Magic' (Roger, twice). The shows in Rio De Janeiro and Sao Paulo had a number of changes: 'Stone Cold Crazy' was added after 'One Vision', 'Don't Stop Me Now' and 'I Want To Break Free' were moved earlier in the set, before 'Somebody To Love', while 'Save Me' was performed before 'Ghost Town', the 'The Show Must Go On' was added, and 'Crazy Little Thing Called Love' was moved to after 'Radio Ga Ga'. Finally, at the show in Porto Alegre, 'Bohemian Rhapsody' was moved to earlier in the set, before 'I Want It All'.

Again, the band comprised Brian, Roger, Adam Lambert (lead vocals), Neil Fairclough (bass guitar and backing vocals), Spike Edney (keyboards and backing vocals) and Roger's son Rufus Taylor (percussion, and drums when Roger sang).
1. 16 September 2015 - Ginasio do Ibirapuera, Sao Paulo, Brazil
2. 18 September 2015 - Rock In Rio, City Of Rock, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
             This show was streamed live online through AOL.com.
3. 21 September 2015 - Gigantinho, Porto Alegre, Brazil
4. 25 September 2015 - Estadio GEBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina
             This show was streamed live worldwide on radio.
5. 27 September 2015 - Orfeo Superdomo, Cordoba, Argentina
6. 30 September 2015 - Pista Atletica, Estadio Nacional, Santiago, Chile

2016 European Festival Tour


One Vision, Hammer To Fall, Seven Seas Of Rhye, Stone Cold Crazy, Another One Bites The Dust, Fat Bottomed Girls, Play The Game, Killer Queen, Don't Stop Me Now, Somebody To Love, Love Of My Life (Brian), A Kind Of Magic (Roger), Drum Battle, Under Pressure (Adam and Roger), Crazy Little Thing Called Love, I Want To Break Free, I Want It All, Who Wants To Live Forever, Last Horizon, Guitar Solo, Tie Your Mother Down, Bohemian Rhapsody, Radio Ga Ga, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions, God Save The Queen

This wasn't a proper tour as such, but a number of appearances at music festivals across Europe. The setlist had a similar structure to the South American tour, but dropped 'In The Lap Of The Gods... Revisited', '39' and 'Ghost Town', replacing them with 'Hammer To Fall', 'Stone Cold Crazy', 'Play The Game' and 'A Kind Of Magic'. The shows in Lisbon and Barcelona opened with 'Flash' and 'The Hero' in place of 'One Vision', while the final three shows featured all three tracks. Lisbon and Barcelona also added 'The Show Must Go On' after 'Tie Your Mother Down', while the first four shows had a slightly rearranged setlist, with 'Another One Bites The Dust' before 'I Want It All', and 'I Want To Break Free' and 'Don't Stop Me Now' swapping positions. The first six shows featured 'These Are The Days Of Our Lives' (with Roger on vocals) instead of 'A Kind Of Magic', and finally, 'Who Wants To Live Forever' was not performed in Finland, Estonia or Sweden, for unknown reasons.

Again, the band comprised Brian, Roger, Adam Lambert (lead vocals), Neil Fairclough (bass guitar and backing vocals), Spike Edney (keyboards and backing vocals) and Roger's son Rufus Taylor (percussion, and drums when Roger sang).
1. 20 May 2016 - Rock In Rio Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal
2. 22 May 2016 - Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Spain
3. 25 May 2016 - Steel City Festival, Linz Stadium, Linz, Austria
4. 27 May 2016 - RheinEnergie Stadium, Cologne, Germany
5. 29 May 2016 - Jelling Music Festival, Jelling, Denmark
6. 3 June 2016 - Kaissaniemi Park, Helsinki, Finland
7. 5 June 2016 - Song Festival, Tallinn, Estonia
8. 9 June 2016 - Sweden Rock Festival, Sölvesborg, Sweden
9. 12 June 2016 - Isle Of Wight Festival, Seaclose Park, Newport, Isle Of Wight, England
             Highlights from this show were broadcast on the Sky Arts Channel on 18 or 19 June, and repeated many times.
10. 15 June 2016 - Palais 12, Brussels, Belgium
11. 17 June 2016 - Rock The Ring Festival, Zürcher Oberland, Zurich, Switzerland
12. 19 June 2016 - Life Festival Oswiecim, MOSiR Stadium, Oswiecim, Poland
13. 21 June 2016 - Emagic Classics Festival, Constitutiei Square, Bucharest, Romania
14. 23 June 2016 - Georgi Asparuhov Stadium, Sofia, Bulgaria
15. 25 June 2016 - Anfiteatro Camerini Piazzola Del Brenta, Padua, Italy

2016 Asian Festival Tour


Seven Seas Of Rhye, Hammer To Fall, Stone Cold Crazy, Fat Bottomed Girls, Don't Stop Me Now, Killer Queen, Somebody To Love, Love Of My Life (Brian), A Kind Of Magic (Roger), Drum Battle, Under Pressure (Adam and Roger), Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Another One Bites The Dust, I Want It All, Who Wants To Live Forever, The Show Must Go On, Last Horizon, Guitar Solo, Tie Your Mother Down, I Want To Break Free, Bohemian Rhapsody, Radio Ga Ga, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions, God Save The Queen

Again, this was a number of appearances at festivals, rather than a proper tour. The setlist was similar to the European tour, but was slightly rearranged, dropping 'One Vision' and 'Play The Game', and adding 'The Show Must Go On'. Other tracks occassionally performed were 'Teo Torriatte' and 'I Was Born To Love You' (at all three Tokyo shows, after 'Love Of My Life' and 'I Want To Break Free' respectively), 'These Are The Days Of Our Lives' (Roger vocals) (instead of 'A Kind Of Magic', in Tel Aviv, Taipei, and the first and last Tokyo shows), 'Keep Yourself Alive' (after 'Seven Seas Of Rhye' in Tel Aviv) and finally 'Dragon Attack' (after 'Crazy Little Thing Called Love', also in Tel Aviv).

Again, the band comprised Brian, Roger, Adam Lambert (lead vocals), Neil Fairclough (bass guitar and backing vocals), Spike Edney (keyboards and backing vocals) and Roger's son Rufus Taylor (percussion, and drums when Roger sang).
1. 12 September 2016 - Hayarkon Park, Tel Aviv, Israel
2. 17 September 2016 - F1 Grand Prix, Marina Bay, Singapore
3. 19 September 2016 - Nangang Exhibition Hall, Taipei, Taiwan
4. 21 September 2016 - Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
5. 22 September 2016 - Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
6. 23 September 2016 - Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
7. 26 September 2016 - Mecedes-Benz Arena, Shanghai, China
8. 28 September 2016 - AsiaWorld-Expo, Hong Kong
9. 30 September 2016 - Impact Arena, Muang Thong Thani, Bangkok, Thailand

2017 Miscellaneous Shows


Show 1: We Will Rock You (Adam Lambert vocals), Don't Stop Me Now (James Corden vocals), Crazy Little Thing Called Love (James Corden vocals), Another One Bites The Dust (Adam Lambert vocals), Somebody To Love (Adam Lambert and James Corden vocals)
Show 2: I Want It All, Don't Stop Me Now, Two Fux, Crazy Little Thing Called Love

The first appearance was on 'The Late Late Show' TV show, where Queen performed shortened versions of five tracks, with vocals by Adam Lambert and host James Corden, competing to see who would be the better frontman. It features Brian, Roger, Adam Lambert and James Corden, and The Late Late Show's house band.
The second appearance was on the 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' TV show, and featured full performances of three Queen tracks, and a new Adam Lambert solo track, 'Two Fux'.
Both appearances were to promote the North American tour.
1. 2 February 2017 - 'The Late Late Show' TV Show, Los Angeles, USA
2. 22 June 2017 - 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' TV Show, Los Angeles, USA

2017 North American Tour


We Will Rock You (slow version), Hammer To Fall, Stone Cold Crazy, Another One Bites The Dust, Fat Bottomed Girls, Killer Queen, Two Fux, Don't Stop Me Now, Bicycle Race, I'm In Love With My Car (Roger vocals), Get Down Make Love, I Want It All, Love Of My Life (Brian and Freddie vocals), Somebody To Love, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Drum Battle, Under Pressure (Roger and Adam vocals), I Want To Break Free, You Take My Breath Away (album version excerpt), Who Wants To Live Forever, Guitar Solo and Last Horizon, Freddie Singalong, Radio Ga Ga, Bohemian Rhapsody (Adam and Freddie vocals), We Will Rock You (slow version), We Are The Champions, God Save The Queen

Compared to the previous tour, the setlist dropped 'Seven Seas Of Rhye', 'A Kind Of Magic', 'The Show Must Go On', and most surprisingly 'Tie Your Mother Down', which was only performed once, on the last show of the tour. Instead, the setlist added 'Bicycle Race', 'I'm In Love With My Car', 'Get Down, Make Love', a new Adam Lambert solo track, 'Two Fux', and the shows started with a shortened slow version of 'We Will Rock You'. It also added Freddie's Singalong from Wembley 1986, and an excerpt from the start of the album version of 'You Take My Breath Away', as an introduction to 'Who Wants To Live Forever'. 'Love Of My Life' was sung by Brian, with Freddie's vocals from Wembley 1986 for the last verse.

The setlist only featured a few variations from above. All shows upto July 4th featured 'It's Late' (instead of 'I Want To Break Free') and added 'Spread Your Wings' (before the second version of 'We Will Rock You'), while at the shows in Toronto and Newark, Adam and the audience sang 'Happy Birthday' to Brian and Roger respectively.

The band featured the familiar line-up of Brian, Roger, Adam Lambert, Neil Fairclough (bass guitar and backing vocals) and Spike Edney (keyboards and backing vocals), but added Tyler Warren on percussion instead of Rufus Taylor, who was touring with The Darkness.
1. 23 June 2017 - Gila River Arena, Glendale, USA
2. 24 June 2017 - Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, USA
3. 26 June 2017 - Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, USA
4. 27 June 2017 - Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, USA
5. 29 June 2017 - SAP Center, San Jose, USA
6. 1 July 2017 - Key Arena, Seattle, USA
7. 2 July 2017 - Rogers Arena, Vancouver, Canada
8. 4 July 2017 - Rogers Place, Edmonton, Canada
9. 6 July 2017 - Pepsi Center Arena, Denver, USA
10. 8 July 2017 - CenturyLink Arena, Omaha, USA
11. 9 July 2017 - Sprint Centre, Kansas City, USA
12. 13 July 2017 - United Center, Chicago, USA
13. 14 July 2017 - Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, USA
14. 17 July 2017 - Bell Centre, Montreal, Canada
15. 18 July 2017 - Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Canada
16. 20 July 2017 - The Palace Of Auburn Hills, Detroit, USA
17. 21 July 2017 - Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, USA
18. 23 July 2017 - Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, USA
19. 25 July 2017 - TD Garden, Boston, USA
20. 26 July 2017 - Prudential Center, Newark, USA
21. 28 July 2017 - Barclays Center, New York, USA
22. 30 July 2017 - Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, USA
23. 31 July 2017 - Verizon Center, Washington D.C, USA
24. 2 August 2017 - Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, USA
25. 4 August 2017 - American Airlines Center, Dallas, USA
26. 5 August 2017 - Toyota Center, Houston, USA

2017 UK and European Tour Dates



1. 1 November 2017 - O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
2. 2 November 2017 - Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
3. 4 November 2017 - Sportarena, Budapest, Hungary
4. 6 November 2017 - Atlas Arena, Lodz, Poland
5. 8 November 2017 - Stadhalle, Vienna, Austria
6. 10 November 2017 - Unipol Arena, Bologna, Italy
7. 12 November 2017 - Amneville Galaxie, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
8. 13 November 2017 - Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands
9. 17 November 2017 - Zalgiris Arena, Kaunas, Lithuania
10. 19 November 2017 - Hartwell Arena, Helsinki, Finland
11. 21 November 2017 - Friends Arena, Stockholm, Sweden
12. 22 November 2017 - Royal Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark
13. 25 November 2017 - 3 Arena, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
14. 26 November 2017 - SSE Arena, Belfast, Northern Ireland
15. 28 November 2017 - Echo Arena, Liverpool, England
16. 30 November 2017 - Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham, England
17. 1 December 2017 - Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, England
18. 3 December 2017 - The SSE Hydro, Glasgow, Scotland
19. 5 December 2017 - Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, England
20. 6 December 2017 - First Direct Arena, Leeds, England
21. 8 December 2017 - Sheffield Arena, Sheffield, England
22. 9 December 2017 - Manchester Arena, Manchester, England
23. 12 December 2017 - O2 Arena, London, England
24. 13 December 2017 - O2 Arena, London, England
25. 15 December 2017 - The SSE Arena, Wembley, London, England
26. 16 December 2017 - Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham, England

2018 Australasian Tour Dates



1. 17 February 2018 - Spark Arena, Auckland, New Zealand
2. 18 February 2018 - Spark Arena, Auckland, New Zealand
3. 21 February 2018 - Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, Australia
4. 22 February 2018 - Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, Australia
5. 24 February 2018 - Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, Australia
6. 27 February 2018 - Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, Australia
7. 28 February 2018 - Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, Australia
8. 2 March 2018 - Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, Australia
9. 3 March 2018 - Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, Australia
10. 6 March 2018 - Perth Arena, Perth, Australia