Queen Concertography 1970-1976

 

This page is an overview of Queen's live career between 1970 and 1976. The tracks given for each tour reflect the standard setlist, but the actual songs performed varied from night to night. For a more comprehensive list, with exact setlists and details of live recordings, please see the Queen Concerts website.

One song mentioned on this page is the unreleased song 'Hangman', full details and lyrics of which can be found on the Unreleased Songs page.

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1970 UK Concerts (12)
1971 UK Concerts (20)
1972 UK Concerts (5)
1973 Miscellaneous Concerts (7)
1973 UK Tour (31)
1974 Australian Sunbury Music Festival (1)
1974 Queen II UK Tour (22)
1974 Queen II USA Tour (19)
1974 Sheer Heart Attack UK/European Tour (30)
1975 Sheer Heart Attack North American Tour (40)
1975 Sheer Heart Attack Japanese Tour (8)
1975 A Night At The Opera UK Tour (26)
1976 A Night At The Opera USA Tour (32)
1976 A Night At The Opera Japanese/Australian Tour (19)
1976 UK Miscellaneous Concerts (4)


1970 UK Concerts


No known setlist.

Mike Grose played bass at the first three concerts, while Barry Mitchell played bass at the remaining concerts. At some shows, the band were probably billed as Smile even though they were named as Queen by this period.
1. 27 June 1970 - City Hall, Truro, England
2. 18 July 1970 - Imperial College, London, England
3. 25 July 1970 - PJ's Club, Truro, England
4. 23 August 1970 - Imperial College, London, England
5. 4 September 1970 - Swiss Cottege Private School, London, England
6. 16 October 1970 - College Of Estate Management Hall, London, England
7. 30 October 1970 - College Of Technology, St Helens, England
8. 31 October 1970 - The Cavern Club, Liverpool, England
9. 14 November 1970 - Ballspark College, Hertford, England
10. 5 December 1970 - Shoreditch College, Egham, England
11. 18 December 1970 - College Of Technology, St Helens, England
12. 19 December 1970 - Church Hall, St Helens, England

1971 UK Concerts


No known setlist, although it included: Jailhouse Rock, Stupid Cupid, Be Bop A Lula, Shake Rattle & Roll, Big Spender, Bama Lama Bama Loo, Liar, Stone Cold Crazy, Keep Yourself Alive, Doing Alright, Hangman

Barry Mitchell played bass at the first two concerts, and Doug Bogie (or Ewood) played bass at the third and fourth. All subsequent concerts were with John Deacon.
1. 8 January 1971 - Marquee Club, London, England
2. 9 January 1971 - Technical College, Ewell, England
3. 19 February 1971 - Hornsey Town Hall, London, England
4. 20 February 1971 - Kingston Polytechnic, London, England
5. 2 July 1971 - College, Surrey, England
6. 11 July 1971 - Imperial College, London, England
7. 17 July 1971 - The Gardens, Penzance, England
8. 19 July 1971 - Rugby Club, Hayle, England
9. 24 July 1971 - Young Farmers Club, Wadebridge, England
10. 29 July 1971 - The Gardens, Penzance, England
11. 31 July 1971 - City Hall, Truro, England
12. 2 August 1971 - Rugby Club, Hayle, England
13. 9 August 1971 - Driftwood Spars, St Agnes, England
14. 12 August 1971 - Tregye Hotel, Truro, England
15. 14 August 1971 - NCO's Mess, RAF Culdrose, Culdrose, England
16. 17 August 1971 - City Hall, Truro, England
17. 21 August 1971 - Tregye Carnon Downs Festival, Truro, England
18. 6 October 1971 - Imperial College, London, England
19. 9 December 1971 - Swimming Baths, Epsom, England
20. 31 December 1971 - Rugby Club, Twickenham, England

1972 UK Concerts


No known setlist, although it included: Son And Daughter, Great King Rat, Jesus, Jailhouse Rock, Bama Lama Bama Loo, Doing All Right, Hangman, Keep Yourself Alive, Liar, Ogre Battle, See What A Fool I've Been, Stone Cold Crazy, The Night Comes Down
1. 28 January 1972 - Bedford College, London, England
      This show had an audience of just 6 people.
2. 10 March 1972 - Kings College Hospital, London, England
3. 24 March 1972 - Forest Hill Hospital, London, England
4. 6 November 1972 - Pheasantry Club, London, England
5. 20 December 1972 - Marquee Club, London, England

1973 Miscellaneous Concerts


Procession, Father To Son, Son And Daughter, See What A Fool I've Been, Ogre Battle, Liar, Jailhouse Rock, Shake Rattle & Roll, Stupid Cupid, Be Bop A Lula, Jailhouse Rock (reprise), Big Spender, Bama Lama Bama Loo

The above setlist is for the famous Golder's Green concert, but other tracks performed included 'Doing Alright', 'Hangman', 'Stone Cold Crazy' and 'Keep Yourself Alive'.
1. 9 April 1973 - Marquee Club, London, England
2. 13 July 1973 - Queen Mary College, Basingstoke, England
3. 23 July 1973 - Marquee Club, London, England
4. 3 August 1973 - The Mayfair, Newcastle, England
5. 13 September 1973 - Golder's Green Hippodrome, London, England
      Five tracks, 'Procession', 'Father To Son', 'Son And Daughter', 'Ogre Battle' and 'Liar', are available on the Rogues & Scandals and Cry Argentina bootlegs, released as part of the 'Top 100 Bootlegs' project.
6. 13 October 1973 - Bagodesbarg, Bonn, Germany
7. 14 October 1973 - Le Blow Up, Luxembourg, Luxembourg

1973 UK Tour


Procession, Father To Son, Son And Daughter, Ogre Battle, Hangman, Keep Yourself Alive, Liar, Jailhouse Rock, Shake Rattle And Roll, Stupid Cupid, Be Bop A Lula, Jailhouse Rock (reprise), Big Spender, Bama Lama Bama Loo

This tour was as a support act to Mott The Hoople. Other tracks occasionally performed included 'Stone Cold Crazy', 'Great King Rat', 'Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll', and 'See What A Fool I've Been'
1. 20 October 1973 - Paris Theatre, London, England
2. 26 October 1973 - Imperial College, London, England
3. 2 November 1973 - Imperial College, London, England
4. 12 November 1973 - Town Hall, Leeds, England
5. 13 November 1973 - St Georges, Blackburn, England
6. 15 November 1973 - Gaumont, Worcester, England
7. 16 November 1973 - Lancaster University, Lancaster, England
8. 17 November 1973 - Stadium, Liverpool, England
9. 18 November 1973 - Victoria Hall, Hanley, England
10. 19 November 1973 - Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, England
11. 20 November 1973 - New Theatre, Oxford, England
12. 21 November 1973 - Guildhall, Preston, England
13. 22 November 1973 - City Hall, Newcastle, England
14. 23 November 1973 - Apollo, Newcastle, England
15. 25 November 1973 - Caley Cinema, Edinburgh, Scotland
16. 26 November 1973 - Opera House, Manchester, England
17. 27 November 1973 - Town Hall, Birmingham, England
18. 28 November 1973 - Brangwyn Hall, Swansea, Wales
19. 29 November 1973 - Colston Hall, Bristol, England
      The show is available on the Procession bootleg, while 'Keep Yourself Alive' appears on the Rogues & Scandals bootleg, both released as part of the 'Top 100 Bootlegs' project.
20. 30 November 1973 - Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, England
21. 1 December 1973 - Kursall, Southend, England
      Freddie, Roger and Brian all joined Mott The Hoople for 'All The Young Dudes' during their show.
22. 2 December 1973 - Central, Chatham, England
23. 6 December 1973 - College, Cheltenham, England (unconfirmed)
  The above show is unconfirmed, according to contributor Guy Mitchell, as promoters in Cheltenham at the time recall Queen playing the show on the 7th, but not on the 6th, and no other colleges other than St Pauls would have been suitable.
24. 7 December 1973 - Shaftesbury Hall, St Pauls Students College, Cheltenham, England (not with Mott The Hoople)
25. 8 December 1973 - Liverpool University, Liverpool, England
26. 14 December 1973 - Hammersmith Odeon, London, England (first show)
27. 14 December 1973 - Hammersmith Odeon, London, England (second show)
28. 15 December 1973 - Leicester University, Leicester, England
29. 21 December 1973 - County Hall, Taunton, England
30. 22 December 1973 - Town Hall, Peterborough, England
31. 28 December 1973 - Top Rank, Liverpool, England

1974 Australian Sunbury Music Festival


Unknown setlist, presumed to be the same as the 'Queen II' UK Tour.
1. 2 February 1974 - Sunbury Music Festival, Melbourne, Australia

1974 Queen II UK Tour


Procession, Father To Son, Ogre Battle, Son And Daughter, Guitar Solo, Son And Daughter (reprise), White Queen, Great King Rat, Hangman, Doing Alright, Keep Yourself Alive, Drum Solo, Keep Yourself Alive (Reprise), Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll, Jailhouse Rock, Shake Rattle And Roll, Stupid Cupid, Be Bop A Lula, Jailhouse Rock (reprise), Big Spender, Liar

Other tracks occasionally performed included 'Seven Seas Of Rhye', 'Bama Lama Bama Loo', 'See What A Fool I've Been' and 'The Fairy Feller's Masterstroke'.
1. 1 March 1974 - Winter Gardens, Blackpool, England
2. 2 March 1974 - Friars, Aylesbury, England
3. 3 March 1974 - Guildhall, Plymouth, England
4. 4 March 1974 - Festival Hall, Paignton, England
5. 8 March 1974 - Locarno, Sunderland, England
6. 9 March 1974 - Corn Exchange, Cambridge, England
7. 10 March 1974 - Greyhound, Croydon, England
8. 12 March 1974 - Roundhouse, Dagenham, England
9. 14 March 1974 - Town Hall, Cheltenham, England
10. 15 March 1974 - Glasgow University, Glasgow, Scotland
11. 16 March 1974 - Stirling University, Stirling, Scotland
       This show saw a riot after Queen refused to return to play a fourth encore. As a result, the following night's show was rescheduled to the 2nd April.
--. 17 March 1974 - Barberellas, Birmingham, England (postponed)
12. 19 March 1974 - Winter Gardens, Cleethorpes, Scotland
13. 20 March 1974 - Manchester University, Manchester, England
14. 22 March 1974 - Civic Centre, Canvey Island, England
15. 23 March 1974 - Links Pavillion, Cromer, England
16. 24 March 1974 - Woods Leisure Centre, Colchester, England
17. 26 March 1974 - Palace Lido, Douglas, Isle Of Man
18. 28 March 1974 - Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, Wales
19. 29 March 1974 - The Gardens, Penzance, England
20. 30 March 1974 - Century Ballroom, Taunton, England
21. 31 March 1974 - Rainbow Theatre, London, England
  This show was later released as part of the 'Live At The Rainbow '74' album, on the double disc CD and download, and 4 LP set. Selected tracks were also included on the 2 LP set, while 'Son And Daughter' and it's reprise, Brian's guitar solo, and 'Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll' were included on the DVD and Blu-ray releases as video footage. Five tracks were also previously released on the Cardiac Arrest bootleg as part of the 'Top 100 Bootlegs' project.
22. 2 April 1974 - Barberellas, Birmingham, England
       This show was postponed from 17 March.

1974 Queen II USA Tour


Procession, Father To Son, Ogre Battle, Son And Daughter, Keep Yourself Alive, Liar, Jailhouse Rock, Shake Rattle And Roll, Stupid Cupid, Be Bop A Lula, Jailhouse Rock (reprise), Big Spender, Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll

This tour was cut short after Brian contracted Hepatitis. Other tracks occasionally performed included 'See What A Fool I've Been', 'Great King Rat', 'Seven Seas Of Rhye', 'White Queen', 'Doing Alright', 'Hangman' and 'Bama Lama Bama Loo'.
1. 16 April 1974 - Regis College, Denver, USA
2. 17 April 1974 - Memorial Hall, Kansas City, USA
3. 18 April 1974 - Keil Auditorium, St Louis, USA
4. 19 April 1974 - Fairgrounds Appliance Building, Oklahoma, USA
5. 20 April 1974 - Mid South Coliseum, Memphis, USA
6. 21 April 1974 - St Bernard Civic Auditorium, New Orleans, USA
7. 26 April 1974 - Orpheum Theatre, Boston, USA
8. 27 April 1974 - Palace Theatre, Providence, USA
9. 28 April 1974 - Exposition Hall, Portland, USA
10. 1 May 1974 - Farm Arena, Harrisburg, USA
11. 2 May 1974 - Agricultural Hall, Alien Town, USA
12. 3 May 1974 - Kings College, Wilks Barre, USA
13. 4 May 1974 - Palace Theatre, Waterbury, USA
14. 7 May 1974 - Uris Theatre, New York, USA
15. 8 May 1974 - Uris Theatre, New York, USA
16. 9 May 1974 - Uris Theatre, New York, USA
17. 10 May 1974 - Uris Theatre, New York, USA (first show)
18. 10 May 1974 - Uris Theatre, New York, USA (second show)
19. 11 May 1974 - Uris Theatre, New York, USA

1974 Sheer Heart Attack UK/European Tour


Procession, Now I'm Here, Ogre Battle, Father To Son, White Queen, Flick Of The Wrist, In The Lap Of The Gods, Killer Queen, The March Of The Black Queen, Bring Back That Leroy Brown, Son And Daughter, Guitar Solo, Keep Yourself Alive, Seven Seas Of Rhye, Stone Cold Crazy, Liar, In The Lap Of The Gods... Revisited, Big Spender, Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll, Jailhouse Rock, God Save The Queen

Some concerts also featured 'Stupid Cupid' and 'Be Bop A Lula' as part of a Rock 'n' Roll Medley with 'Jailhouse Rock'.
1. 30 October 1974 - Palace, Manchester, England
2. 31 October 1974 - Victoria Hall, Hanley, England
3. 1 November 1974 - Empire Theatre, Liverpool, England
4. 2 November 1974 - Leeds University, Leeds, England
5. 3 November 1974 - Coventry Theatre, Coventry, England
6. 5 November 1974 - City Hall, Sheffield, England
7. 6 November 1974 - St Georges Hall, Bradford, England
8. 7 November 1974 - City Hall, Newcastle, England
9. 8 November 1974 - Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland
10. 9 November 1974 - Lancaster University, Lancaster, England
11. 10 November 1974 - Guildhall, Preston, England
12. 12 November 1974 - Colston Hall, Bristol, England
13. 13 November 1974 - Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, England
14. 14 November 1974 - Gaumont, Southampton, England
15. 15 November 1974 - Brangwyn Hall, Swansea, Wales
16. 16 November 1974 - Town Hall, Birmingham, England
17. 18 November 1974 - New Theatre, Oxford, England
18. 19 November 1974 - Rainbow Theatre, London, England
19. 20 November 1974 - Rainbow Theatre, London, England
       These two shows were later released as the 'Live At The Rainbow '74' album, DVD and Blu-ray, which include tracks from both shows. Edited highlights were also available on the 'Live At The Rainbow' video, released in the 'Box Of Tricks' boxed set, which includes a different version of 'In The Lap Of The Gods... Revisited'. 'Stone Cold Crazy' and parts of 'Liar' appear on the 'Rare Live' video, 'Now I'm Here' appears on 'Greatest Video Hits I', footage of 'Now I'm Here' and 'Stone Cold Crazy' later formed the 'Queen Rocks' promo videos for the tracks, and 'White Queen' was available to stream online as part of the 'Absolute Greatest' release. 'Liar', 'White Queen' and 'Stone Cold Crazy' were released as bonus videos on the 2011 iTunes LP's of the 'Queen', 'Queen II' and 'Sheer Heart Attack' albums, respectively.
20. 23 November 1974 - Koncerthus, Gothenburg, Sweden
21. 25 November 1974 - Helsingin Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki, Finland
22. 27 November 1974 - Olympen, Lund, Sweden
23. 2 December 1974 - Brienner Theater, Munich, Germany
24. 4 December 1974 - Palmengarten, Frankfurt, Germany
25. 5 December 1974 - Musikhalle, Hamburg, Germany
26. 6 December 1974 - Sartory Seal, Cologne, Germany
       This show was released on the In Concert '74 bootleg as part of the 'Top 100 Bootlegs' project.
27. 7 December 1974 - unknown venue, Singen, Germany
28. 8 December 1974 - Congres Gebouw, The Hague, Netherlands
29. 10 December 1974 - 140 Theatre, Brussels, Belgium
30. 13 December 1974 - Palacio Municipal De Deportes, Barcelona, Spain

1975 Sheer Heart Attack North American Tour


Procession, Now I'm Here, Ogre Battle, Father To Son, White Queen, Flick Of The Wrist, In The Lap Of The Gods, Killer Queen, The March Of The Black Queen, Bring Back That Leroy Brown, Son And Daughter, Guitar Solo, Son And Daughter (reprise), Keep Yourself Alive, Stone Cold Crazy, Liar, In The Lap Of The Gods.... Revisited, Big Spender, Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll, Jailhouse Rock, God Save The Queen

Some concerts also featured 'Seven Seas Of Rhye', aswell as 'Be Bop A Lula' and 'Stupid Cupid' as part of a Rock & Roll Medley. Several concerts were cancelled, presumably due to bad weather.
1. 5 February 1975 - The Agora, Columbus, USA
2. 6 February 1975 - Reflections, Cincinnati, USA
3. 7 February 1975 - Palace Theatre, Dayton, USA
4. 8 February 1975 - Music Hall, Cleveland, USA (first show)
5. 8 February 1975 - Music Hall, Cleveland, USA (second show)
6. 9 February 1975 - Morris Civic Auditorium, South Bend, USA
7. 10 February 1975 - Ford Auditorium, Detroit, USA
8. 11 February 1975 - Student Union Auditorium, Toledo, USA
9. 14 February 1975 - Palace Theatre, Waterbury, USA
10. 15 February 1975 - Opheum Theatre, Boston, USA (first show)
11. 15 February 1975 - Opheum Theatre, Boston, USA (second show)
12. 16 February 1975 - Avery Fisher Hall, New York, USA (first show)
13. 16 February 1975 - Avery Fisher Hall, New York, USA (second show)
14. 17 February 1975 - War Memorial, Trenton, USA
15. 19 February 1975 - Armory, Lewiston, USA
16. 21 February 1975 - Capitol Theatre, Passaic, USA
17. 22 February 1975 - Farm Arena, Harrisburg, USA
18. 23 February 1975 - Erlinger Theatre, Philadelphia, USA (first show)
19. 23 February 1975 - Erlinger Theatre, Philadelphia, USA (second show)
20. 24 February 1975 - Kennedy Centre, Washington, USA
21. 5 March 1975 - Mary E Sawyer Auditorium, La Crosse, USA
22. 6 March 1975 - unknown venue, Madison, USA
23. 7 March 1975 - Uptown Ballroom, Milwaukee, USA
24. 8 March 1975 - Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, USA
25. 9 March 1975 - Keil Auditorium, St Louis, USA
26. 10 March 1975 - Coliseum, Fort Wayne, USA
27. 12 March 1975 - Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, USA
28. 13 March 1975 - Civic Auditorium, Charlestown, USA
29. 14 March 1975 - St Petersburg, Florida, USA
30. 15 March 1975 - Marina, Miami, USA
31. 18 March 1975 - St Bernard Civic Auditorium, New Orleans, USA
32. 20 March 1975 - Municipal Hall, San Antonio, USA
33. 22 March 1975 - McFarlin Auditorium, Dallas, USA
34. 25 March 1975 - Municipal Theatre, Tulsa, USA
35. 29 March 1975 - Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Los Angeles, USA (first show)
36. 29 March 1975 - Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Los Angeles, USA (second show)
37. 30 March 1975 - Winterland, San Francisco, USA
38. 2 April 1975 - Kindmens Fieldhouse, Edmonton, Canada
39. 3 April 1975 - unknown venue, Calgary, Canada
40. 6 April 1975 - unknown venue, Seattle, USA

1975 Sheer Heart Attack Japanese Tour


Procession, Now I'm Here, Ogre Battle, Father To Son, White Queen, Flick Of The Wrist, Hangman, Great King Rat, Doing Alright, In The Lap Of The Gods, Killer Queen, The March Of The Black Queen, Bring Back That Leroy Brown, Son And Daughter, Guitar Solo, Son And Daughter (reprise), Keep Yourself Alive, Seven Seas Of Rhye, Stone Cold Crazy, Liar, In The Lap Of The Gods... Revisited, Big Spender, Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll, Jailhouse Rock, See What A Fool I've Been, God Save The Queen

Other tracks occasionally performed included 'Shake Rattle & Roll', 'Stupid Cupid' and 'Be Bop A Lula', as part of a Rock & Roll Medley with 'Jailhouse Rock'.
1. 19 April 1975 - Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
       Excerpts from this concert appear on the 'Rare Live' video
2. 22 April 1975 - Aichi Taiikukan, Nagoya, Japan
3. 23 April 1975 - Kokusai Kaikan, Kobe, Japan
       This show was released on the Killer Queen bootleg as part of the 'Top 100 Bootlegs' project.
4. 25 April 1975 - Kyden Taiikukan, Fukuoka, Japan
5. 28 April 1975 - Taiikukan, Okayama, Japan
6. 29 April 1975 - Yamaha Tsumagoi Hall, Shizuoka, Japan
       This show was released on the Seven Seas Of Tsumagoi bootleg as part of the 'Top 100 Bootlegs' project.
7. 30 April 1975 - Bunkan Taiikukan, Yokohama, Japan
8. 1 May 1975 - Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
       'Now I'm Here', 'Killer Queen' and 'In The Lap Of The Gods.... Revisited' were released on the 'A Night At The Odeon' DVD and Blu-ray in 2015. 'Now I'm Here' also appears on the 'Days Of Our Lives' Blu-ray as part of the 'Queen On Tour 1974-5' bonus sequence, while the Japanese DVD and Blu-ray releases feature all three tracks. This show was also released on the First Live Attack bootleg as part of the 'Top 100 Bootlegs' project.

1975 A Night At The Opera UK Tour


Bohemian Rhapsody (taped intro), Ogre Battle, Sweet Lady, White Queen, Flick Of The Wrist, Bohemian Rhapsody, Killer Queen, The March Of The Black Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody (reprise), Bring Back That Leroy Brown, Brighton Rock, Son And Daughter, Guitar Solo, The Prophet's Song, Stone Cold Crazy, Doing Alright, Keep Yourself Alive, Seven Seas Of Rhye, Liar, In The Lap Of The Gods.... Revisited, Now I'm Here, Big Spender, Jailhouse Rock, God Save The Queen

Other tracks occasionally performed included 'Hangman', 'Father To Son', 'See What A Fool I've Been', 'Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting' and 'Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll'. 'Shake Rattle & Roll', 'Stupid Cupid' and 'Be Bop A Lula' were also performed, as part of a Rock & Roll Medley with 'Jailhouse Rock'.
1. 14 November 1975 - Empire Theatre, Liverpool, England
2. 15 November 1975 - Empire Theatre, Liverpool, England
3. 16 November 1975 - Coventry Theatre, Coventry, England
4. 17 November 1975 - Colston Hall, Bristol, England
5. 18 November 1975 - Colston Hall, Bristol, England
6. 19 November 1975 - Capitol, Cardiff, Wales
7. 21 November 1975 - The Odeon, Taunton, England
8. 23 November 1975 - Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, England
9. 24 November 1975 - Gaumont, Southampton, England
10. 26 November 1975 - Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England (first show)
11. 26 November 1975 - Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England (second show)
12. 29 November 1975 - Hammersmith Odeon, London, England
13. 30 November 1975 - Hammersmith Odeon, London, England
14. 1 December 1975 - Hammersmith Odeon, London, England
15. 2 December 1975 - Hammersmith Odeon, London, England
16. 3 December 1975 - Hammersmith Odeon, London, England
17. 7 December 1975 - Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, England
18. 8 December 1975 - Guildhall, Preston, England
19. 9 December 1975 - Odeon, Birmingham, England
20. 10 December 1975 - Odeon, Birmingham, England
21. 11 December 1975 - City Hall, Newcastle, England
22. 13 December 1975 - Caird Hall, Dundee, Scotland
23. 14 December 1975 - Capitol, Aberdeen, Scotland
24. 15 December 1975 - Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland
25. 16 December 1975 - Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland
26. 24 December 1975 - Hammersmith Odeon, London, England
       This is one of Queen's most famous shows, and was broadcast live simultaneously on BBC Radio 1 and BBC 1 on 'The Old Grey Whistle Test', from 10pm onwards. The setlist was rearranged to:
Main Set: Now I'm Here, Ogre Battle, White Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody, Killer Queen, The March Of The Black Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody (reprise), Bring Back That Leroy Brown, Brighton Rock, Guitar Solo, Son And Daughter, Keep Yourself Alive, Liar, In The Lap Of The Gods.... Revisited
First Encore: Big Spender, Jailhouse Rock Medley (including Stupid Cupid and Be Bop A Lula)
Second Encore: Seven Seas Of Rhye, See What A Fool I've Been, God Save The Queen

The whole show was officially released in 2015 as the 'A Night At The Odeon' album and DVD/Blu-ray. The DVD and Blu-ray feature all tracks apart from the second encore, as the BBC camera crew stopped filming after the Jailhouse Rock Medley. A boxed set was also released, which contains the CD album, DVD and Blu-ray, plus an exclusive 12" single which features 'Now I'm Here', recorded at the soundcheck in the afternoon. The 2011 double disc reissues of 'Sheer Heart Attack' and 'Queen II' include audio tracks of 'Now I'm Here' and 'White Queen' respectively, while the 2011 iTunes LP's of 'Queen II' and 'Queen' feature bonus videos of 'Ogre Battle' and 'Son And Daughter'. Parts of 'Keep Yourself Alive', and edited versions of Big Spender and Jailhouse Rock Medley were released on the 'Rare Live' video. Three bootlegs in the 'Top 100 Bootlegs' project feature material from this show, namely Xmas At The Beeb (16 tracks), Rhapsody In Red (15 tracks), and Rogues & Scandals (5 tracks). Between them they feature the full concert, although the Jailhouse Rock Medley is edited.

1976 A Night At The Opera USA Tour


Bohemian Rhapsody (taped intro), Ogre Battle, Sweet Lady, White Queen, Flick Of The Wrist, Bohemian Rhapsody, Killer Queen, The March Of The Black Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody, Bring Back That Leroy Brown, Brighton Rock, Son And Daughter, The Prophet's Song, Stone Cold Crazy, Doing Alright, Keep Yourself Alive, Liar, In The Lap Of The Gods.... Revisited, Now I'm Here, Big Spender, Rock And Roll Medley, God Save The Queen

The Rock & Roll Medley would have included 'Jailhouse Rock', 'Shake Rattle And Roll', 'Stupid Cupid' and 'Be Bop A Lula', while other tracks occasionally performed included 'Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon', 'Seven Seas Of Rhye', 'Hangman', 'Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll', and possibly 'See What A Fool I've Been', 'Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting' and 'Father To Son'.
1. 27 January 1976 - Palace Theatre, Waterbury, USA
2. 29 January 1976 - Music Hall, Boston, USA
3. 30 January 1976 - Music Hall, Boston, USA
4. 31 January 1976 - Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, USA
5. 1 February 1976 - Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, USA
6. 2 February 1976 - Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, USA
7. 5 February 1976 - Beacon Theatre, New York, USA
8. 6 February 1976 - Beacon Theatre, New York, USA
9. 7 February 1976 - Beacon Theatre, New York, USA
10. 8 February 1976 - Beacon Theatre, New York, USA
11. 11 February 1976 - Masonic Temple, Detroit, USA
12. 12 February 1976 - Masonic Temple, Detroit, USA
13. 13 February 1976 - Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinatti, USA
14. 14 February 1976 - Public Hall, Cleveland, USA
15. 15 February 1976 - Sports Arena, Toledo, USA
16. 18 February 1976 - Civic Centre, Saginsaw, USA
17. 19 February 1976 - Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Columbus, USA
18. 20 February 1976 - Syrian Mosque, Pittsburg, USA
19. 23 February 1976 - Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, USA
20. 24 February 1976 - Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, USA
21. 26 February 1976 - Keil Auditorium, St Louis, USA
22. 27 February 1976 - Convention Centre, Indianopolis, USA
23. 28 February 1976 - Dane County Coliseum, Madison, USA
24. 29 February 1976 - Coliseum, Fort Wayne, USA
25. 1 March 1976 - Auditorium, Milwaukee, USA
26. 3 March 1976 - St Paul's Civic Auditorium, Minneapolis, USA
27. 7 March 1976 - Berkeley Community, Berkeley, USA
28. 9 March 1976 - Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Los Angeles, USA (first show)
29. 9 March 1976 - Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Los Angeles, USA (second show)
30. 10 March 1976 - Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Los Angeles, USA
31. 11 March 1976 - Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Los Angeles, USA
32. 12 March 1976 - Sports Arena, San Diego, USA

1976 A Night At The Opera Japanese/Australian Tour


Bohemian Rhapsody (taped intro), Ogre Battle, Sweet Lady, White Queen, Flick Of The Wrist, Bohemian Rhapsody, Killer Queen, The March Of The Black Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody, Bring Back That Leroy Brown, Brighton Rock, Son And Daughter, The Prophet's Song, Stone Cold Crazy, Doing Alright, Keep Yourself Alive, Liar, In The Lap Of The Gods.... Revisited, Now I'm Here, Big Spender, Rock & Roll Medley, God Save The Queen

The Rock & Roll Medley would have included 'Jailhouse Rock', 'Stupid Cupid', 'Shake Rattle And Roll', 'Be Bop A Lula' and 'Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On', while other tracks occasionally performed include 'Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon', 'Seven Seas Of Rhye', 'Hangman', 'Father To Son', 'See What A Fool I've Been', 'Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting' and 'Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll'.
1. 22 March 1976 - Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
2. 23 March 1976 - Aichi Ken Gymnasium, Nagoya, Japan
3. 24 March 1976 - Kosei Kaikan, Himeji City, Japan
4. 26 March 1976 - Kyden Gymnasium, Fukuoka, Japan (first show)
5. 26 March 1976 - Kyden Gymnasium, Fukuoka, Japan (second show)
6. 29 March 1976 - Kosei Nenkin Kaikan, Osaka, Japan (first show)
7. 29 March 1976 - Kosei Nenkin Kaikan, Osaka, Japan (second show)
       This show was released on the Expert Sky Cabinet bootleg as part of the 'Top 100 Bootlegs' project.
8. 31 March 1976 - Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
9. 1 April 1976 - Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
10. 2 April 1976 - Miyagi-Ken Sports Centre, Sendai, Japan
11. 4 April 1976 - Nichidai Kodo, Tokyo, Japan
  Five tracks, 'Ogre Battle', 'Sweet Lady', 'White Queen', 'The March Of The Black Queen' and 'Bohemian Rhapsody' (reprise), were released on the Cardiac Arrest bootleg, as part of the 'Top 100 Bootlegs' project.
12. 11 April 1976 - Entertainments Centre, Perth, Australia
13. 14 April 1976 - Apollo Stadium, Adelaide, Australia
14. 15 April 1976 - Apollo Stadium, Adelaide, Australia
15. 17 April 1976 - Horden Pavilion, Sydney, Australia
16. 18 April 1976 - Horden Pavilion, Sydney, Australia
17. 19 April 1976 - Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia
18. 20 April 1976 - Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia
19. 22 April 1976 - Festival Hall, Brisbane, Australia

1976 UK Miscellaneous Concerts


A Day At The Races (album intro), Bohemian Rhapsody (taped intro), Ogre Battle, Sweet Lady, White Queen, Flick Of The Wrist, You're My Best Friend, Bohemian Rhapsody, Killer Queen, The March Of The Black Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody, Bring Back That Leroy Brown, Brighton Rock, Son And Daughter, '39, You Take My Breath Away, The Prophet's Song, Stone Cold Crazy, Doing Alright, Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon, Tie Your Mother Down, Keep Yourself Alive, Liar, In The Lap Of The Gods.... Revisited, Now I'm Here, Big Spender, Jailhouse Rock, God Save The Queen
1. 1 September 1976 - Playhouse Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland
2. 2 September 1976 - Playhouse Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland
3. 10 September 1976 - Cardiff Castle, Cardiff, Wales
4. 18 September 1976 - Hyde Park, London, England
       This was a free concert to thank fans, and to mark the group's sixth anniversary. Due to police restrictions, 'Doing Alright', 'Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon', 'Tie Your Mother Down', 'Now I'm Here', 'Big Spender', 'Jailhouse Rock' and 'God Save The Queen' were not performed. 'Sweet Lady' was released on 'The Making Of 'A Night At The Opera' DVD, and 'You Take My Breath Away' appears on the 'A Day At The Races' 2011 double disc reissue, while excerpts of the concert appear on the 'Rare Live' video and the 'Somebody To Love' and 'Bicycle Race' promo videos, as well as many of the videos on the 30th Anniversary 'A Night At The Opera' DVD.