Queen + Paul Rodgers Concertography

 

This page features a brief overview of Queen and Paul Rodgers performances from 2004 to 2008. The tracks given for each tour reflect the standard setlist, but the actual songs performed varied from night to night.

All of the shows on this page featured Roger Taylor, Brian May, Paul Rodgers, Jamie Moses (additional guitar), and Spike Edney (keyboards), with all but three shows featuring Danny Miranda on bass (the first show featured Pino Palladino, and a couple of UK shows in 2008 featured Neil Murray).

In the setlists below, any initials in brackets refer to the lead vocalist for the track, namely Paul Rodgers (PR), Brian May (BM), Roger Taylor (RT) or Freddie Mercury (FM). Freddie's vocals were played via videoscreen and come from either live performances of 'Bohemian Rhapsody' in 1981 and 1986, or from the album version of 'Bijou'.

Other shows by Queen during this period are detailed on the 1992-2006 and 2007-2015 Queen Concertography pages, while a number of appearances by Brian and Paul together (without Roger) are listed on the 1983-1999 and 2000-2015 Brian May Concertography pages. For a more comprehensive list, with exact setlists and details of live recordings, please see the Queen Concerts website.

2004 UK Music Hall Of Fame (1)
2005 46664 South Africa (1)
2005 UK/European Tour (32)
2005 Aruba, USA and Japanese Tour (9)
2006 North American Tour (23)
2006 VH1 Rock Honours (1)
2008 'Al Murray's Happy Hour' TV Show (1)
2008 Nelson Mandela Birthday Party (1)
2008 The Cosmos Rocks Promo Concert (1)
2008 The Cosmos Rocks UK/European Tour (34)
2008 The Cosmos Rocks Dubai and South American Tour (6)


2004 UK Music Hall Of Fame


We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions, All Right Now

This was the first show by Queen + Paul Rodgers, and was at the finale of this TV series to find entrants to the UK's first ever music hall of fame. They performed with Spike Edney on keyboards, Jamie Moses on guitar, Pino Palladino on bass, and Treanna Morris on backing vocals, and returned at the end of the show to perform 'All Right Now'.
1. 11 November 2004 - Hackney Empire, London, England

46664 South Africa


Tie Your Mother Down (PR), Can't Get Enough (PR), I Want To Break Free (PR), Fat Bottomed Girls (PR), Say It's Not True (RT), Too Much Love Will Kill You (vocals by Katie Melua), Hammer To Fall (BM & PR), A Kind Of Magic (PR), Feel Like Makin' Love (PR), Radio Ga Ga (RT), Crazy Little Thing Called Love (PR), The Show Must Go On (PR), All Right Now (PR), We Will Rock You (PR), We Are The Champions (PR, with the African Children's Choir)

This was the second 46664 concert and was broadcast live throughout Africa, while highlights of the concert were also broadcast over the internet, as far as I know these were limited to 'Tie Your Mother Down', 'Too Much Love Will Kill You', 'We Will Rock You' and 'We Are The Champions'. The setlist included 'Too Much Love Will Kill You', performed with Katie Melua, which is the only the second performance of the track by Brian and Roger together.
1. 19 March 2005 - Fancourt, George, South Africa

2005 UK/European Tour


It's A Beautiful Day (from tape), Lose Yourself (from tape, performed by Eminem), Reaching Out (PR), Tie Your Mother Down (PR), I Want To Break Free (PR), Fat Bottomed Girls (PR), Crazy Little Thing Called Love (PR), Say It's Not True (RT), '39 (BM), Love Of My Life (BM), Hammer To Fall (slow/fast) (BM slow vocals, PR fast vocals), Let There Be Drums (drum solo), I'm In Love With My Car (RT), Guitar Solo, Last Horizon, These Are The Days Of Our Lives (RT), Radio Ga Ga (RT & PR), Can't Get Enough (PR), A Kind Of Magic (PR), I Want It All (PR), Bohemian Rhapsody (FM & PR), The Show Must Go On (PR), All Right Now (PR), We Will Rock You (PR), We Are The Champions (PR), God Save The Queen

The above setlist was the most common, but some early concerts varied. Other tracks performed included 'Track 13' (as the opening backing tape instead of 'It's A Beautiful Day'), 'Little Bit Of Love' (PR), 'Seagull' (PR), 'Wishing Well' (PR), 'Under Pressure' (RT) and 'Another One Bites The Dust' (PR). A number of tracks were performed once or twice only, namely 'Long Away' (BM), 'Fire And Water' (PR), 'Tavaszi Szel Vizet Araszt' (BM), 'Sunshine Of Your Love' (part) (PR) and 'Imagine' (each verse sung by Brian, Roger and Paul in turn). 'Bohemian Rhapsody' featured Freddie's vocals from Wembley 12 July 1986 via videoscreen, and Paul singing the rock section.

During the tour Paul Rodgers suffered from a throat infection so at some concerts, a few tracks were not played, or had alternate vocalists. Tracks from the majority of concerts were made available to buy as downloads, and are listed next to each show below.
1. 28 March 2005 - Brixton Academy, London, England
       This concert was a preview concert for fans. Tickets were distributed through a lottery system, and the (limited) remaining tickets after the lottery went on sale to the public. The setlist was re-ordered slightly; the most significant changes saw 'I'm In Love With My Car' moved to after 'Can't Get Enough', and there were two encores: 'Feel Like Makin' Love / All Right Now' and 'We Will Rock You / We Are The Champions / God Save The Queen'. No downloads were available from this show.
2. 30 March 2005 - Le Zenith, Paris, France
       'Crazy Little Thing Called Love' and 'Fat Bottomed Girls' were available for download.
3. 1 April 2005 - Palacio De Deportes, Madrid, Spain
       'Can't Get Enough' and 'I Want To Break Free' were available for download.
4. 2 April 2005 - Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Spain
       'Feel Like Makin' Love', 'I'm In Love With My Car', 'Little Bit Of Love', 'Love Of My Life' and 'Seagull' were available for download.
5. 4 April 2005 - Palalottomatica, Rome, Italy
       'Last Horizon' and 'Love Of My Life' were available for download. 'Seagull' appears on a US-only promo CD titled 'Live In Italy'.
6. 5 April 2005 - Forum, Milan, Italy
       'I Want To Break Free' was available for download.
7. 7 April 2005 - The Nelson Mandela Forum, Firenze, Italy
       'Can't Get Enough', 'Guitar Solo' and 'Reaching Out / Tie Your Mother Down' were available for download. 'Fat Bottomed Girls' appears on a US-only promo CD titled 'Live In Italy'.
8. 8 April 2005 - Palas, Pesaro, Italy
       'These Are The Days Of Our Lives' and 'We Will Rock You' were available for download.
9. 10 April 2005 - St. Jakobshalle, Basel, Switzerland
       'Crazy Little Thing Called Love' and 'The Show Must Go On' were available for download.
10. 13 April 2005 - Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria
       'Guitar Solo' and 'Radio Ga Ga' were available for download.
11. 14 April 2005 - Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
       'All Right Now' and 'I Want It All' were available for download.
12. 16 April 2005 - Saska Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
       'I Want To Break Free' and 'We Will Rock You' were available for download.
13. 17 April 2005 - Arena, Leipzig, Germany
       '39' and 'Say It's Not True' were available for download.
14. 19 April 2005 - Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany
       'All Right Now' and 'Reaching Out / Tie Your Mother Down' were available for download.
15. 20 April 2005 - Sports Palais, Antwerp, Belgium
       'A Kind Of Magic' and 'Hammer To Fall' were available for download.
16. 23 April 2005 - Sportarena, Budapest, Hungary
17. 25 April 2005 - Westfalenhalle, Dortmund, Germany
       'Hammer To Fall' and 'Radio Ga Ga' were available for download.
18. 26 April 2005 - Ahoy, Rotterdam, Netherlands
       '39', 'These Are The Days Of Our Lives' and 'Bohemian Rhapsody' were available for download.
19. 28 April 2005 - Color Line Arena, Hamburg, Germany
       'Fat Bottomed Girls' and 'We Are The Champions / God Save The Queen' were available for download.
20. 30 April 2005 - The Globe, Stockholm, Sweden
21. 3 May 2005 - Newcastle Arena, Newcastle, England
       'Let There Be Drums / I'm In Love With My Car' and 'Wishing Well' were available for download.
22. 4 May 2005 - MEN Arena, Manchester, England
       'Tie Your Mother Down' was made available for download.
23. 6 May 2005 - The NEC, Birmingham, England
       'A Kind Of Magic' and 'Another One Bites The Dust' were made available for download.
24. 7 May 2005 - Cardiff Arena, Cardiff, Wales
       'We Are The Champions / God Save The Queen' and 'Wishing Well' were made available for download.
25. 9 May 2005 - Sheffield Arena, Sheffield, England
       The whole concert (except 'Under Pressure') was released as the 'Return Of The Champions' CD, LP and DVD, so no downloads were available.
26. 11 May 2005 - Wembley Pavilion, London, England
       'Crazy Little Thing Called Love' was made available for download.
27. 13 May 2005 - Belfast Odyssey Arena, Belfast, Northern Ireland
28. 14 May 2005 - The Point Depot, Dublin, Ireland
       'God Save The Queen' was not played at either show for political reasons.
29. 2 July 2005 - Estadio Restelo, Lisbon, Portugal
30. 6 July 2005 - Rhein Energie Stadion, Cologne, Germany
31. 10 July 2005 - Gelredome Stadium, Arnhem, Netherlands
       This concert was due to be staged at Nijmegen Gottenpark, Netherlands, but is was moved to be an indoor concert.
32. 15 July 2005 - Hyde Park, London, England
       This concert was due to take place on 8th July, but was postponed due to the terrorist attacks in London on the 7th. Free tickets were distributed to members of London's emergency services to thank them for their efforts during the attacks. Queen also performed a special version of 'Imagine', which saw each verse sung by Brian, Roger and Paul in turn, which was later released on the 'Return Of The Champions' DVD. In addition, both audio and video of 'Bohemian Rhapsody' was later released as part of a 30th Anniversary download.

2005 Aruba, USA and Japanese Tour


It's A Beautiful Day (from tape), Lose Yourself (from tape, performed by Eminem), Reaching Out (PR), Tie Your Mother Down (PR), Fat Bottomed Girls (PR), Another One Bites The Dust (PR), Crazy Little Thing Called Love (PR), Say It's Not True (RT), '39 (BM), Love Of My Life (BM), Hammer To Fall (slow/fast) (BM slow vocals, PR fast vocals), Feel Like Makin' Love (PR), Let There Be Drums (drum solo), I'm In Love With My Car (RT), Guitar Solo, Last Horizon, These Are The Days Of Our Lives (RT), Radio Ga Ga (RT & PR), Can't Get Enough (PR), A Kind Of Magic (PR), I Want It All (PR), Bohemian Rhapsody (FM & PR), The Show Must Go On (PR), All Right Now (PR), We Will Rock You (PR), We Are The Champions (PR), God Save The Queen

All concerts had the same setlist above, which was essentially the same as the European tour but with a few changes. Other tracks performed included 'Bad Company' (PR), 'I Want To Break Free' (PR), 'I Was Born To Love You' (an acoustic version, with vocals by Brian and Roger), 'Long Away' (BM), 'Rock And Roll Fantasy' (PR), 'Teo Torriatte' (BM) and 'Wishing Well' (PR). 'Fire And Water' (PR) was performed only once, at the second Tokyo concert. All the Japanese shows only included the fast part of 'Hammer To Fall'.
1. 8 October 2005 - Aruba Music Festival, Aruba Entertainment Centre, Oranjestad, Aruba
2. 16 October 2005 - Continental Airlines Arena, East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA
3. 22 October 2005 - Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, USA
       Slash from Guns 'n' Roses played guitar on 'Can't Get Enough'.
4. 26 October 2005 - Saitama Arena, Tokyo, Japan
5. 27 October 2005 - Saitama Arena, Tokyo, Japan
       This concert was later released as the 'Super Live In Japan' DVD and selected tracks available on a CD/DVD set of 'The Cosmos Rocks'. The DVD contains the only (Queen) release of the Eminem 'Lose Yourself' warm-up track
6. 29 October 2005 - Yokohama Arena, Yokohama, Japan
7. 30 October 2005 - Yokohama Arena, Yokohama, Japan
8. 1 November 2005 - Nagoya Dome, Nagoya, Japan
9. 3 November 2005 - Fukuoka Dome, Fukuoka, Japan

2006 North American Tour


It's A Beautiful Day (from tape), Lose Yourself (from tape, performed by Eminem), Reaching Out (PR), Tie Your Mother Down (PR), Fat Bottomed Girls (PR), Can't Get Enough (PR), Take Love (PR), Crazy Little Thing Called Love (PR), Love Of My Life (BM), Hammer To Fall (slow/fast) (BM slow vocals, PR fast vocals), Feel Like Makin' Love (PR), Let There Be Drums (drum solo), I'm In Love With My Car (RT), Guitar Solo, Last Horizon, Bad Company (PR), Another One Bites The Dust (PR), Dragon Attack (PR), These Are The Days Of Our Lives (RT), Radio Ga Ga (RT & PR), Under Pressure (RT), The Show Must Go On (PR), Bohemian Rhapsody (FM & PR), We Will Rock You (PR), All Right Now (PR), We Are The Champions (PR), God Save The Queen

This setlist is essentially the same as the 2005 Aruba/US/Japan mini-tour, but it lost 'A Kind Of Magic' and 'I Want It All', while 'Say It's Not True' was only performed once and '39' only a few times. However, it added 'Dragon Attack' and a new Paul Rodgers composition 'Take Love', whilst 'Bad Company' became a permanent addition. 'Red House', a Jimi Hendrix cover, was also performed once, at the final concert.
1. 3 March 2006 - American Airlines Arena, Miami, USA
2. 5 March 2006 - Veterans Coliseum, Jacksonville, USA
3. 7 March 2006 - Gwinett Center, Duluth, USA
4. 9 March 2006 - MCI Center, Washington, USA
5. 10 March 2006 - DCU Center, Worcester, USA
6. 12 March 2006 - Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, USA
7. 14 March 2006 - Wachovia Spectrum, Philadelphia, USA
8. 16 March 2006 - Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Canada
9. 17 March 2006 - HSBC Arena, Buffalo, USA
10. 20 March 2006 - Mellon Arena, Pittsburgh, USA
11. 21 March 2006 - Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, USA
12. 23 March 2006 - Allstate Arena, Chicago, USA
13. 24 March 2006 - Palace at Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, USA
14. 26 March 2006 - Xcel Energy Center, St Paul, USA
15. 27 March 2006 - Bradley Center, Milwaukee, USA
16. 31 March 2006 - Glendale Arena, Glendale, USA
17. 1 April 2006 - Cox Arena, San Diego, USA
18. 3 April 2006 - Arrowhead Pond, Anaheim, USA
19. 5 April 2006 - HP Pavilion, San Jose, USA
20. 7 April 2006 - MGM Garden Arena, Las Vegas, USA
21. 10 April 2006 - Key Arena, Seattle, USA
22. 11 April 2006 - Rose Garden, Portland, USA
23. 13 April 2006 - Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, Canada

2006 VH1 Rock Honours


Tie Your Mother Down (Brian, Roger and the Foo Fighters, without Paul), Under Pressure, The Show Must Go On, We Will Rock You (with the Foo Fighters), We Are The Champions (with the Foo Fighters), 20th Century Boy (Def Leppard with Brian May)

This show was later broadcast on VH1, and saw Queen playing a number of tracks with Paul or the Foo Fighters, before Brian returned to the stage to play guitar on Def Leppard's cover of the T-Rex track '20th Century Boy'. 'We Will Rock You' featured Roger, Taylor Hawkins and Dave Grohl all on drums.
1. 25 May 2006 - Mandalay Bay Events Center, Las Vegas, USA

2008 'Al Murray's Happy Hour' TV Show


C-lebrity, Bohemian Rhapsody (finale only), All Right Now, We Will Rock You

Queen + Paul Rodgers appeared on this ITV1 TV show, which was broadcast on 4 April, to promote the tour. They performed 'C-lebrity' for the first time, which was later released (with a guitar tutorial) on the CD-single of the track, and the very end of 'Bohemian Rhapsody', although Al Murray referred to them playing the whole track during the ad-break. Al Murray sang some lead vocals on 'All Right Now', which was much shorter than normal, while 'We Will Rock You' was not broadcast.
1. 1 April 2008 - Studio 1, South Bank TV Studios, London, UK

2008 Nelson Mandela Birthday Party


Is This The World We Created (Brian May and Andrea Corr), One Vision, Tie Your Mother Down, The Show Must Go On, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions, All Right Now, Free Nelson Mandela (all-star finale, vocals by Amy Winehouse)

Queen + Paul Rodgers were the headlining act at this concert to celebrate Nelson Mandela's 90th birthday and to raise awareness and funds for the 46664 campaign. They played the longest set of the night, which included 'One Vision' for the first time. Roger and Brian then played on the all star finale, 'Free Nelson Mandela', with Amy Winehouse on vocals.  The concert was broadcast live on the internet, while 'Is This The World We Created', 'We Will Rock You', 'We Are The Champions' and 'Free Nelson Mandela' were all broadcast during a TV programme of highlights on ITV1 the same night.
1. 27 June 2008 - Hyde Park, London, England

2008 The Cosmos Rocks Promo Concert


Fat Bottomed Girls, Another One Bites The Dust, Hammer To Fall, I Want It All, A Kind Of Magic, Shooting Star, Cosmos Rockin'

This was a short concert to invited journalists only, to promote the 'Cosmos Rocks' album and European tour.
1. 3 September 2008 - Elstree Film Studios, London, England

2008 The Cosmos Rocks UK/European Tour


Cosmos Rockin' (from tape), Surf's Up… School's Out! (from tape), Hammer To Fall (fast, PR), Tie Your Mother Down (PR), Fat Bottomed Girls (PR), Another One Bites The Dust (PR), I Want It All (PR), I Want To Break Free (PR), C-lebrity (PR), Surf's Up... School's Out! (PR), Seagull (PR), Love Of My Life (BM), 39 (BM), Bass Solo, Drum Solo, I'm In Love With My Car (RT), A Kind Of Magic (RT), Say It's Not True (RT, BM and PR), Bad Company (PR), We Believe (PR), Guitar Solo including Bijou (FM), Last Horizon, Radio Ga Ga (PR), Crazy Little Thing Called Love (PR), The Show Must Go On (PR), Bohemian Rhapsody (FM & PR), Cosmos Rockin' (PR), All Right Now (PR), We Will Rock You (PR), We Are The Champions (PR), God Save The Queen

Above is a generalised setlist, though early shows differed. Other tracks played occasionally were 'One Vision' (PR, first four shows), 'Feel Like Makin' Love' (PR, shows 1 to 11 (except show 6) plus Cardiff and London (Wembley)), 'Las Palabras De Amor' (BM, Madrid only), 'Tavaszi Szel Vizet Araszt' (BM, Budapest only), 'Time To Shine' (PR, Antwerp only), 'Warboys' (PR, Moscow 2nd show, Latvia & Berlin only), 'Voodoo' (PR, four shows from Newcastle onwards), 'The Stealer' (PR, Zurich only), 'Shooting Star' (PR, first two shows only), 'Wishing Well' (PR, first three shows only) and finally 'Maybe It's Because I'm A Londoner' (BM, second London show). Brian's acoustic and electric guitar sets featured 'The Blue Danube Waltz' in Vienna, 'Fog On The Tyne' in Newcastle, 'Twist And Shout' in Liverpool, 'Barcelona' in Barcelona, and bits of 'Keep Yourself Alive' or 'Liar' in later shows.

Four different combination of tracks were used to open the shows, as follows:
Cosmos Rockin' (intro), One Vision, Tie Your Mother Down
Cosmos Rockin' (intro), Surf's Up.. School's Out! (intro and song), Tie Your Mother Down
Cosmos Rockin' (intro), Surf's Up.. School's Out! (intro only), Tie Your Mother Down
Cosmos Rockin' (intro), Surf's Up.. School's Out! (intro only), Hammer To Fall, Tie Your Mother Down

'Bohemian Rhapsody' again featured Freddie's vocals via videoscreen (this time from Montreal 1981), with Paul singing the rock section, while 'Bijou' featured Freddie's vocals from the album version. The Birmingham and Cardiff shows featured Neil Murray on bass, as Danny Miranda was ill in hospital. As in 2005, tracks from various concerts were made available as official downloads, and are listed next to each concert below. All tracks which were performed more than once, with the addition of 'Tavaszi Szel Vizet Araszt', were released, while each combination of opening tracks was also released.
1. 12 September 2008 - Freedom Square, Kharkov, Ukraine
       This was a huge free concert, billed as 'Life Must Go On', to raise AIDS awareness. Around 350,000 people attended the concert, which was also broadcast live on the internet. It was later released as the 'Live In Ukraine' DVD in June 2009, some versions of which included a double CD of the show. No downloads were available.
2. 15 September 2008 - Olympic Arena, Moscow, Russia
       'Seagull', 'Love Of My Life' and 'Shooting Star' were available to download.
3. 16 September 2008 - Olympic Arena, Moscow, Russia
       'Wishing Well', 'A Kind Of Magic', 'Bad Company' and 'The Show Must Go On' were available to download.
4. 19 September 2008 - Arena, Riga, Latvia
       'All Right Now' featured Latvian Prime Minister Ivars Godmanis on drums (with Roger on tambourine). 'Intro / One Vision', 'All Right Now' and 'We Will Rock You' were available to download.
5. 21 September 2008 - Velodrome, Berlin, Germany
       'Fat Bottomed Girls' and 'Another One Bites The Dust' were available to download.
6. 23 September 2008 - Sportspalais, Antwerp, Belgium
       'Tie Your Mother Down' and 'Say It's Not True' were available to download.
7. 24 September 2008 - Bercy, Paris, France
       'Surf's Up... School's Out!', 'Drum Solo / I'm In Love With My Car', and 'Guitar Solo / Bijou' were available to download.
8. 26 September 2008 - Palalottomatica, Rome, Italy
       'I Want To Break Free', 'I Want It All' and 'Bohemian Rhapsody' were available to download.
9. 28 September 2008 - Datch Forum di Assago, Milan, Italy
       'Radio Ga Ga' was available to download.
10. 29 September 2008 - Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
       'We Will Rock You' was available to download.
11. 1 October 2008 - Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
       '39' and 'Feel Like Makin' Love' were available to download.
12. 2 October 2008 - SAP Arena, Mannheim, Germany
       'Another One Bites The Dust' was available to download.
13. 4 October 2008 - TUI Arena, Hannover, Germany
       'All Right Now' was available to download.
14. 5 October 2008 - Color Line Arena, Hamburg, Germany
       'A Kind Of Magic', 'Last Horizon' and 'Cosmos Rockin' were available to download
15. 7 October 2008 - Ahoy, Rotterdam, Netherlands
       'C-lebrity', 'Surf's Up... School's Out!', 'Crazy Little Thing Called Love' and 'Bohemian Rhapsody' were available to download
16. 8 October 2008 - Rockhal, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
       'Intro / Tie Your Mother Down' was available to download.
17. 10 October 2008 - The Arena, Nottingham, England
       'We Are The Champions / God Save The Queen' was available to download
18. 11 October 2008 - SE&CC, Glasgow, Scotland
       'Intro / Hammer To Fall', 'Tie Your Mother Down' and '39' were available to download.
19. 13 October 2008 - 02 Arena, London, England
       'Hammer To Fall' was available to download. 'Cosmos Rockin' featured Al Murray on guest vocals, and a clip was later shown on his TV show.
20. 14 October 2008 - Arena, Cardiff, Wales
       'Feel Like Makin' Love' and 'We Are The Champions / God Save The Queen' were available to download
21. 16 October 2008 - NIA Arena, Birmingham, England
       'Surf's Up... School's Out!' was available to download
22. 18 October 2008 - Echo Arena, Liverpool, England
       'We Believe' and 'Crazy Little Thing Called Love' were available to download
23. 19 October 2008 - Arena, Sheffield, England
       'I Want To Break Free' and 'Radio Ga Ga' were available to download
24. 22 October 2008 - Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Spain
       'Seagull' was available to download
25. 24 October 2008 - Estadio Municipal, Murcia, Spain
       'Drum Solo / I'm In Love With My Car' and 'A Kind Of Magic' were available to download
26. 25 October 2008 - Palacio de Deportes, Madrid, Spain
       'Fat Bottomed Girls', 'Another One Bites The Dust' and 'Love Of My Life' were available to download
27. 28 October 2008 - Sportarena, Budapest, Hungary
       'Tavaszi Szel Vizet Araszt' and 'We Believe' were available to download
28. 29 October 2008 - Belgrade Arena, Belgrade, Serbia
       'Intro / Hammer To Fall' and 'I Want It All' were available to download
29. 31 October 2008 - 02 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
       'Bad Company' was available to download
30. 1 November 2008 - Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria
       'Another One Bites The Dust' and 'A Kind Of Magic' were available to download
31. 4 November 2008 - Arena, Newcastle, England
       'Crazy Little Thing Called Love' was available to download
32. 5 November 2008 - M.E.N Arena, Manchester, England
       'Cosmos Rockin' was available to download
33. 7 November 2008 - 02 Arena, London, England
       'Surf's Up... School's Out!' and 'Voodoo' were available to download
34. 8 November 2008 - Wembley Arena, London, England
       'We Will Rock You' and 'We Are The Champions / God Save The Queen' were available to download

2008 The Cosmos Rocks Dubai and South American Tour


Cosmos Rockin' (from tape), Surf's Up… School's Out! (from tape), Hammer To Fall (fast, PR), Tie Your Mother Down (PR), Fat Bottomed Girls (PR), Another One Bites The Dust (PR), I Want It All (PR), I Want To Break Free (PR), C-lebrity (PR), Surf's Up... School's Out! (PR), Seagull (PR), Love Of My Life (BM), 39 (BM), Bass Solo, Drum Solo, I'm In Love With My Car (RT), A Kind Of Magic (RT), Say It's Not True (RT, BM and PR), Bad Company (PR), We Believe (PR), Guitar Solo including Bijou (FM), Last Horizon, Under Pressure (RT), Radio Ga Ga (PR), Crazy Little Thing Called Love (PR), The Show Must Go On (PR), Bohemian Rhapsody (FM & PR), Cosmos Rockin' (PR), All Right Now (PR), We Will Rock You (PR), We Are The Champions (PR), God Save The Queen

The setlist was very similar to the European tour, but changes included the addition of 'Under Pressure' (RT) for the last four shows, 'Voodoo' (PR) for the first two shows, and 'Las Palabras De Amor' (BM) for the Santiago and Buenos Aries shows, while 'Bad Company' was replaced by 'Feel Like Makin' Love' (PR) at three of the shows.
1. 14 November 2008 - Racecourse, Dubai, UAE
2. 19 November 2008 - San Carlos De Apoqunido Stadium, Santiago, Chile
3. 21 November 2008 - Valez Sarsfield, Buenos Aires, Argentina
4. 26 November 2008 - Via Funchal, Sao Paulo, Brazil
5. 27 November 2008 - Via Funchal, Sao Paulo, Brazil
6. 29 November 2008 - Arena, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil