Queen Concertography 1992-2006

This page includes all performances as 'Queen' between 1992 and 2006. To be included here, the show must feature at least two members of Queen, and must have been billed as Queen, rather than as a solo show. The list includes every appearance, including mimed shows and guest appearances. The first and fourth shows feature Brian, Roger and John, the third show features Roger and John, while all other shows feature Brian and Roger.

All shows performed with Paul Rodgers are listed in the Queen + Paul Rodgers Concertography, while solo shows which feature one or more members of Queen as guests are listed on the Live Crossovers page. For a more comprehensive list, with details of live recordings, please see the Queen Concerts website.

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1992 The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert (1)
1992 DoRo Party (1)
1993 Cowdray Ruins Concert (1)
1997 Bejart Ballet For Life (1)
1997 Brian May Birthday Party (1)
1998 DoRo Party (1)
1999 Foo Fighters Concert (1)
2000 'We Will Rock You' Promo Shows with Five (4)
2001 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame (1)
2001 Tribute To Freddie (1)
2002 Queen's Day Concert (1)
2002 'Parkinson' TV Show (1)
2002 WWRY London Aftershow Party (1)
2002 Queen's Jubilee Concert (1)
2002 Hollywood Walk Of Fame Concert (1)
2002 'Children In Need' TV Show (1)
2003 ARK Charity Show (1)
2003 Pavarotti Charity Show (1)
2003 Songwriters Hall Of Fame (1)
2003 WWRY Australia Aftershow Party (1)
2003 '46664' Concert (1)
2004 WWRY USA Aftershow Party (1)
2004 WWRY Australia TV Show (1)
2004 WWRY Australia Aftershow Party (1)
2004 MTV Russia Awards (1)
2004 WWRY Russia Aftershow Party (1)
2004 'Wetten Dass' TV Programme (1)
2004 WWRY Germany Aftershow Party (1)
2005 WWRY London 1000th Show (1)
2006 Foo Fighters Concert (1)
2006 Freddie Mercury Birthday Party (1)

1992 The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert


Part one: Opening Acts
Metallica: Enter Sandman, Sad But True, Nothing Else Matters
Extreme: Queen Medley, Love Of My Life, More Than Words
Def Leppard: Animal, Let's Get Rocked, Now I'm Here (with Brian May)
Spinal Tap: The Majesty Of Rock
U2 (via satellite): Until The End Of The World
Guns 'n' Roses: Paradise City, Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Bob Geldof & The Happy Club: Too Late God
Mango Groove (via satellite): Special Star
Elizabeth Taylor speech


Part two: Queen, with guest vocalists
Tie Your Mother Down (Brian May and Joe Elliot), Heaven & Hell / Pinball Wizard (instrumental, with Toni Iommi on guitar), I Want It All (Roger Daltrey), Las Palabras De Amor (Zucchero), Hammer To Fall (Gary Cherone), Stone Cold Crazy (James Hetfield), Innuendo / Kashmir / Thank You (medley) (Robert Plant), Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Robert Plant), Too Much Love Will Kill You (Brian May), Radio Ga Ga (Paul Young), Who Wants To Live Forever (Seal), I Want To Break Free (Lisa Stansfield), Under Pressure (David Bowie & Annie Lennox), All The Young Dudes (Ian Hunter), Heroes (David Bowie), '39 (George Michael), These Are The Days Of Our Lives (George Michael & Lisa Stansfield), Somebody To Love (George Michael), Bohemian Rhapsody (Elton John & Axl Rose), The Show Must Go On (Elton John), We Will Rock You (Axl Rose), We Are The Champions (Lisa Minelli), God Save The Queen

The concert was broadcast live on TV to over one billion people worldwide. The concert has been released three times, as a double video in 1992, a double DVD in 2002, and as a triple DVD or Blu-ray in 2013, and full details can be found on the 'Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert' video page. The 2002 and 2013 releases include rehearsal footage of three tracks, namely 'Under Pressure', 'These Are The Days Of Our Lives' and 'Somebody To Love'. The live version of 'Somebody To Love' with George Michael was released as the lead track on the 'Five Live EP', reaching no 1 in the charts, and later appeared on 'Greatest Hits III' and 'Greatest Flix III'. Footage of 'Under Pressure' was used as the video for the 'Rah' remix of the track, while Extreme's version of 'Love Of My Life' was later released in a modified form as the B-side to their 'Song For Love' single, 'Now I'm Here' appeared as the B-Side to the Def Leppard single 'Tonight', and 'All The Young Dudes' appeared on Mick Ronson's posthumous 1994 album 'Heaven & Hull'.

The band comprised Brian, Roger and John, with Spike Edney and Mike Moran on keyboards, Joshua J Macrae on percussion, and Maggie Ryder, Miriam Stockley, Chris Thompson and The London Community Gospel Choir providing backing vocals.
1. 20 April 1992 - Wembley Stadium, London, England

1992 DoRo Party


Money (Roger vocals), Twist & Shout (Campino and Nina Hagen vocals), Lucille (Nina Hagen vocals), Long Tall Sally (Klaus Meine)

This was a (possibly private) party for the DoRo Twins, Rudi Dolezal and Hannes Rossacher. It featured Brian and Roger with several German and Austrian vocalists including Klaus Meine from the Scorpions
1. 19 November 1992 - Walfisch, Vienna, Austria

1993 Cowdray Ruins Concert


A Kind Of Magic, I Want To Break Free, We Will Rock You, Another One Bites The Dust, These Are The Days Of Our Lives, Radio Ga Ga, Turn It On Again (Genesis), Hold On To My Heart (Genesis), I Can't Dance (Genesis), Tonight Tonight Tonight (Genesis), Invisible Touch (Genesis), Stone Free (Eric Clapton), Old Love (Eric Clapton), Gimme Some Lovin (all-star finale), Ain't That Peculiar (all-star finale), Can I Get A Witness (all-star finale)

This show featured Roger and John, with Jason Falloon (guitar), Joshua J Macrae (drums) and Adrian Milne (keyboards), with Paul Young singing lead vocals on 'Another One Bites The Dust'. The show also featured Pink Floyd, Genesis and Eric Clapton, with Roger drumming for both Genesis and Eric Clapton.
1. 18 September 1993 - Cowdray Ruins Concert, Cowdray Park, Midhurst, England

1997 Bejart Ballet For Life


The Show Must Go On

Queen appeared at the premiere of the ballet and performed one track, with Elton John on vocals and Spike Edney on keyboards, which was the last performance by Queen with John Deacon. The track was later released on 'Greatest Hits III' and 'Greatest Flix III'.
1. 17 January 1997 - National Theatre De Challiot, Paris, France

1997 Brian May Birthday Party


All Right Now, All The Young Dudes, Tie Your Mother Down, Rock And Roll (Roger vocals), Route 66

This was a private party to mark Brian's 50th Birthday. Brian sang lead vocals on all tracks apart from 'Rock And Roll', sung by Roger, and the band comprised Brian, Roger, Spike Edney (keyboards), Jamie Moses (guitar), Neil Murray (bass) and Geoff Dugmore (drums).
1. 19 July 1997 - unknown venue, Surrey, England

1998 DoRo Party


Twist & Shout, Honky Tonk Woman

This was a (possibly private) party for the DoRo Twins, Rudi Dolezal and Hannes Rossacher. Brian and Roger performed together, with an unknown band.
1. 7 February 1998 - DoRo Party, Vienna, Austria

1999 Foo Fighters Concert


We Will Rock You, Now I'm Here

Brian and Roger appeared together at this Foo Fighters concert, held on the anniversary of Freddie's death. One of the Foo Fighters (probably Taylor Hawkins) sang vocals. It seems that Roger was only onstage for the last few minutes of 'Now I'm Here'.
1. 25 November 1999 - Brixton Academy, London, England

2000 'We Will Rock You' Promo Shows With Five


Shows 1 & 2: We Will Rock You (mimed)
Show 3: We Will Rock You, Tie Your Mother Down, With A Little Help From My Friends (all-star finale)
Show 4: We Will Rock You

The 'Party In The Park' show featured the SAS Band. 'We Will Rock You' had vocals by Five, while Brian probably sang vocals on 'Tie Your Mother Down'. 'With A Little Help From My Friends' had vocals by, among others, Marti Pellow, Suggs, Lionel Ritchie and Martine McCutcheon, and is officially released on a promo CD-Rom by the SAS Band. Brian's guitar string broke during his solo on the track.
1. 3 March 2000 - Brit Awards, Earl's Court, London, England
2. 7 July 2000 - 'Top Of The Pops', BBC Studios, London, England
3. 9 July 2000 - Party In The Park, Hyde Park, London, England
4. 27 September 2000 - Millennium Dome, London, England

2001 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame


We Will Rock You (Brian and Roger vocals), Tie Your Mother Down (Dave Grohl vocals), Do It Again (Steely Dan, with Brian on guitar), Johnnie's Boogie (all-star finale), Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (all-star finale)

Queen appeared with Spike Edney on keyboards and Steve Barnacle on bass, with Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins from the Foo Fighters joining them for 'Tie Your Mother Down'. Brian then played guitar for Steely Dan and the All Star finale. 'We Will Rock You' and 'Tie Your Mother Down' were later released on the 'Rock 'n' Roll Hall Of Fame, Volume 6: 2000-2001' download which is exclusive to Amazon and iTunes in the US.
1. 19 March 2001 - Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York, USA

2001 Tribute To Freddie


Radio Ga Ga (Roger vocals), Since You've Been Gone (Brian vocals), Under Pressure (Roger and Treanna Morris vocals), Strange Frontier (Roger vocals), Tie Your Mother Down (Brian vocals), No-One But You (Brian and Roger vocals)

Queen appeared with Jamie Moses (guitar), Spike Edney (keyboards) and Steve Stroud (bass). Before Queen, the SAS band performed 'Now I'm Here', 'Another One Bites The Dust', 'Hammer To Fall' and 'I Want To Break Free', and after Queen, they performed 'The Show Must Go On', 'We Will Rock You' and 'We Are The Champions'.
1. 24 November 2001 - The Ocean, Hammersmith, London, UK

2002 Queen's Day Concert


Radio Ga Ga (Roger vocals), Tie Your Mother Down (Brian vocals), Another One Bites The Dust (Patti Russo vocals), Under Pressure (Roger and Patti Russo vocals), Hammer To Fall (Brian vocals), The Show Must Go On (Patti Russo vocals), No-One But You (Brian and Roger vocals), We Will Rock You (Brian vocals), We Are The Champions (Trijnte Oosterhuis vocals)

Queen performed in front of 130,000 people in a free concert as part of Queen's Day, which marks the anniversary of Queen Beatrix's ascension to the throne. The band comprised Jamie Moses (guitar), Spike Edney (keyboards), Steve Barnacle (bass), Eric Singer (drums), Zoe Nicholas and Susie Webb (backing vocals). The show was broadcast live on TV and radio in the Netherlands, and five of the tracks were later released on the Heineken 'Queen's Day' CD-Rom.
1. 30 April 2002 - Musumplein, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2002 'Parkinson' TV Show


Somebody To Love (Hannah Jane Fox vocals), Hammer To Fall (instrumental), We Will Rock You (Tony Vincent vocals), We Are The Champions (Tony Vincent vocals)

This performance was on the UK 'Parkinson' show, on which Ben Elton was a guest, and featured Spike Edney on keyboards and the whole cast of the musical. The show was later broadcast on 18 May on BBC1.
1. 2 May 2002 - BBC Television Studios, London (?), England

2002 WWRY London Aftershow Party


Tie Your Mother Down (Kerry Ellis vocals), Guitar Men (Ben Elton vocals), Hammer To Fall (Brian vocals), Tutti Frutti (Gary Brooker vocals), A Whiter Shade Of Pale (Gary Brooker vocals), Rock And Roll (Roger vocals), With A Little Help From My Friends (everyone on vocals), All The Way (everyone on vocals)
1. 14/15 May 2002 - Astoria Theatre (?), London, England

2002 Queen's Jubilee Concert


God Save The Queen (Brian, with Roger and Phil Collins on drums), You Can't Hurry Love (Phil Collins), Radio Ga Ga (Roger vocals), We Will Rock You (Brian vocals), We Are The Champions (Will Young vocals), Bohemian Rhapsody (Tony Vincent vocals), Move It (Cliff Richard & S Club 7, with Brian), With A Little Help From My Friends (Joe Cocker, with Brian), All You Need Is Love (all-star finale, with Brian and Roger, vocals by Paul McCartney), Hey Jude (all-star finale, with Brian and Roger, vocals by Paul McCartney)

This show was held in the gardens of Buckingham Palace, and broadcast worldwide to over 200 million people. Queen performed with the concert's backing band, which included Phil Collins on drums. The three Queen tracks apart from 'Radio Ga Ga' all featured the full cast of 'We Will Rock You' on vocals. All of the songs from this concert were later released on DVD, and all except 'Bohemian Rhapsody' were released on CD. 'Bohemian Rhapsody' was later released on the 10th anniversary reissue of the 'We Will Rock You' cast album.
1. 3 June 2002 - Buckingham Palace Gardens, London, England

2002 Hollywood Walk Of Fame Concert


Tie Your Mother Down (Brian vocals), Under Pressure (Roger and Patti Russo vocals), Another One Bites The Dust (Patti Russo vocals), Sleeping On The Sidewalk (Brian vocals), I'm In Love With My Car (Roger vocals), Stone Cold Crazy (Jeff Scott Soto vocals), Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Chris Thompson vocals), Hammer To Fall (slow/fast) (Brian vocals), We Will Rock You (Brian vocals), We Are The Champions (Brian and Roger vocals), Rock 'n' Roll (Roger vocals)

Queen performed with Spike Edney on keyboards, Jamie Moses on guitar, Ken Down on bass, Keith Prior and Kevin Down on drums. Before Queen's set, Jeff Scott Soto sang three songs, including 'Dragon Attack', backed by the SAS Band. Other guests included Nuno Bettencourt on guitar on 'Tie Your Mother Down', Camine Appice on drums on 'We Will Rock You' and Steve Vai on guitar on 'Rock 'n' Roll'.
1. 18 October 2002 - Club 1650, Hollywood, Los Angeles, USA

2002 'Children In Need' TV Show


Another One Bites The Dust (Sharon D. Clarke), We Will Rock You (Tony Vincent), We Are The Champions (Tony Vincent - two versions)

Queen performed with the 'We Will Rock You' band as part of the 'Children In Need' fundraising event, taking to the stage at 12:15 am. Brian and Roger performed 'We Will Rock You' onwards, not appearing on 'Another One Bites The Dust'. Two versions of 'We Are The Champions' were performed.
1. 16 November 2002 - BBC Television Studios, London, England

2003 ARK Charity Concert


I Want To Break Free (Roger solo), A Kind Of Magic (Roger solo), Radio Ga Ga (Roger solo), The Kids Are Alright (Bob Geldof vocals, with Roger on drums), We Will Rock You (Queen), Tie Your Mother Down (Queen), Rock And Roll (Queen), I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday (all-star finale)

Roger joined the SAS Band at this concert in aid of the ARK charity, later joined by Brian. Other artists performing included Chris Thompson, Roy Wood and Bob Geldof.
1. 14 May 2003 - Billingsgate Market, London, England

2003 Pavarotti Charity Show


We Will Rock You (Brian vocals), Radio Ga Ga (Roger vocals), Too Much Love Will Kill You (Brian and Pavarotti vocals), We Are The Champions (Brian, Roger and Zucchero vocals)

Queen performed at this charity concert held by Pavarotti, alongside other acts, to raise funds for Iraqi refugees. They opened the concert with 'We Will Rock You', later returned to perform 'Radio Ga Ga' and 'Too Much Love Will Kill You', and closed the show with 'We Are The Champions'.
1. 27 May 2003 - unknown venue, Modena, Italy

2003 Songwriters Hall Of Fame


Crazy Little Thing Called Love (with Wynonna Judd), We Will Rock You (Brian vocals)
1. 12 June 2003 - Songwriters Hall Of Fame Ceremony, New York, USA

2003 WWRY Australia Aftershow Party


Tie Your Mother Down (Brian co-vocals with Amanda Harrison), Whole Lotta Love (unknown), Rock And Roll (Roger vocals), Drum Solo (by Roger's son Rufus)
1. 7 August 2003 - Melbourne, Australia

2003 '46664' Concert


Say It's Not True (with Dave Stewart), Invincible Hope (Queen), 46664 - The Call (Queen), The Show Must Go On (Queen), Toss The Feathers (The Corrs, with Roger on drums), Is This The World We Created? (Brian and Andrea Corr), Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime (Zucchero, with Brian, Roger, and Sharon Corr), Amandla (with Bono, Anastacia, Dave Stewart and Andrews Bonsu), Bohemian Rhapsody (with the Soweto Gospel Choir), I Want It All (with Zucchero), I Want To Break Free (with Thandiswa Mazwai), Radio Ga Ga (Roger vocals), We Will Rock You (with Anastacia), We Are The Champions (with Anastacia)

Queen performed with a host of other musicians at this concert to raise funds and awareness of AIDS, which was broadcast to over two million (or billion?) people worldwide. All the songs from the concert were later released on the '46664' DVD, and all except 'Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime' were released across three CD's. 'Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime' was, however, also included as a bonus track on Zucchero's 'Live At The Royal Albert Hall' DVD.
1. 29 November 2003 - Green Point Stadium, Cape Town, South Africa

2004 WWRY USA Aftershow Party


Tie Your Mother Down (Jason Wooten and Kacie Sheik vocals), The Show Must Go On (Kacie Sheik vocals), Don't Stop Me Now (Jason Wooten vocals), Stone Cold Crazy (Glenn Hughes vocals), Rock And Roll (Roger vocals), Johnny B Goode (Meat Loaf vocals), With A Little Help From My Friends (Jason Wooten vocals)

This aftershow party was with the Las Vegas cast of the musical, and featured the cast on most tracks, and one with Meat Loaf. The band comprised Steve Vai, Nuno Bettencourt, Steve Lukather and Paul Crook (on guitar), Chad Smith, Eric Singer and Simon Philips (drums) and Glenn Hughes (bass on the last four tracks, and lead vocals on 'Stone Cold Crazy'). The two leads from the musical, Jason Wooten and Kacie Sheik, sang most of the songs.
1. 8 September 2004 - Paris Theater, Las Vegas, USA

2004 WWRY Australia TV Show


Bohemian Rhapsody (cast vocals)

This show was recorded for TV only, without an audience.
1. 8 October 2004 - Lyric Theatre, Sydney, Australia

2004 WWRY Australia Aftershow Party


Tie Your Mother Down (Brian and Amanda Harrison vocals), I'm In Love With My Car (Roger vocals), Rock 'n' Roll (Roger vocals), Little Wing (Brian vocals), Johnny Be Goode (Andrew Swann vocals), With A Little Help From My Friends (Kate Hoolihan vocals)

This aftershow party also featured the cast performing a number of cover versions, both before and after Queen's appearance.
1. 9 October 2004 - Lyric Theatre, Star City, Sydney, Australia

2004 MTV Russia Awards


We Will Rock You (Brian vocals probably), We Are The Champions (Zemfira vocals)

Queen performed at the finale of the MTV Russia Awards, with the Russian cast of the musical. They were joined for the second track by Russian rock star Zemfira.
1. 16 October 2004 - MTV Russia Awards Ceremony, Kremlin State Palace, Moscow, Russia

2004 WWRY Russia Aftershow Party


Tie Your Mother Down (Brian and cast vocals), I'm In Love With My Car (Roger vocals), The Show Must Go On (Zemfira vocals), Sleeping On The Sidewalk (Brian vocals), We Will Rock You (cast vocals), Rock And Roll (Roger vocals), Johnny B Goode (cast vocals), With A Little Help From My Friends (cast vocals)

Before Queen's appearance, the cast performed 'One Vision', 'I Want To Break Free', 'Somebody To Love', 'Play The Game', 'These Are The Days Of Our Lives', 'I Want It All', 'No-One But You', Singalong, and 'Hammer To Fall'.
1. 17 October 2004 - unknown venue, Moscow, Russia

11 November 2004 - 1 concert with Paul Rodgers at the UK Music Hall Of Fame in London, England


2004 'Wetten Dass' TV Programme


Medley : Radio Ga Ga, Somebody To Love, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions

Queen and the German cast of 'We Will Rock You' appeared on this TV show, performing a short medley of hits, which was later released as part of the 'We Will Rock You - Around The World EP' and the 10th anniversary reissue of the 'We Will Rock You' cast album. The first two tracks were performed by the cast, the second two by the cast with Queen. In the short interview which followed, Brian and Roger announced the 2005 tour with Paul Rodgers. Full details can be found on the 'We Will Rock You' Miscellaneous Songs page.
1. 11 December 2004 - "Wetten Dass" TV programme, Nuremburg, Germany

2004 WWRY Germany Aftershow Party


Tie Your Mother Down (Brian and cast vocals), I'm In Love With My Car (Roger vocals), The Show Must Go On (Alex Melcher vocals), Little Wing (Brian vocals), Don't Stop Me Now (Michaela Kovarikova vocals), Sleeping On The Sidewalk (Brian vocals), Rock And Roll (Roger vocals), With A Little Help From My Friends (cast vocals)
1. 12 December 2004 - Flora, Cologne, Germany

2005 WWRY London 1000th Show


Bohemian Rhapsody (cast vocals), Tie Your Mother Down (Brian and Mazz Murray vocals), The Show Must Go On (cast vocals)
1. 12 January 2005 - Dominion Theatre, London, England

19 March 2005 - 25 May 2006 : 65 concerts with Paul Rodgers across South Africa, Europe, Aruba, USA, Japan, and North America.


2006 Foo Fighters Concert


We Will Rock You (intro and finale instrumental, featuring Brian & Roger only), Tie Your Mother Down (Taylor Hawkins on vocals, Brian on guitar, Roger on drums)

Brian and Roger were special guests at the end of this Foo Fighters concert, performing two tracks, just after Taylor Hawkins did a Freddie style sinaglong and dedicated the entire show to him. The tracks were released on the Foo Fighters 'Hyde Park/Skin & Bones' DVD.
1. 17 June 2006 - Hyde Park, London, England

2006 Freddie Mercury Birthday Party


Bohemian Rhapsody (Queen, with the cast on vocals), Love Of My Life (Brian solo), Say It's Not True (Brian on guitar, Roger on vocals), The Show Must Go On (Queen, with the cast on vocals)

Brian and Roger joined the London cast of 'We Will Rock You' to celebrate Freddie's 60th birthday and performed a mini-concert at the end. The show also featured McFly, who performed 'Don't Stop Me Now' with The Killer Queen.
1. 5 September 2006 - Dominion Theatre, London, England