Queen and Adam Lambert are teaming up once again for a world tour this year and they’ve just announced their European tour dates.
The rockers will first carry out a 26-date summer tour North America before completing a series 25 dates including 12 arena concerts in the UK and Ireland.
Queen + Adam Lambert’s UK and Ireland tour will kick f in Dublin on November 25 before heading to Belfast in Northern Ireland the following day.
They’ll perform on November 28 at Liverpool’s Echo Arena then travel to Birmingham, Newcastle, Glasgow, Nottingham, Leeds, Sheffield and Manchester, before climaxing with two huge London shows at the O2 Arena on December 12 and The SSE Arena, Wembley, on December 15.
- Wed 1st November – O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
- Thu 2nd November – Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
- Sat 4th November – Sportarena, Budapest, Hungary
- Mon 6th November – Atlas Arena, Lodz, Poland
- Wed 8th November – Stadhalle, Vienna, Austria
- Fri 10th November – Unipol Arena, Bologna, Italy
- Sun 12th November – Amneville Galaxie, Luxembourg
- Mon 13th November – Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Fri 17th November – Zalgiris Arena, Kaunas, Lithuania
UK & IRELAND
- Sat 25th November – 3 Arena, Dublin
- Sun 26th November – SSE Arena, Belfast
- Tue 28th November – Echo Arena, Liverpool
- Thu 30th November – Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
- Fri 1st December – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
- Sun 3rd December – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
- Tue 5th December – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
- Wed 6th December – First Direct Arena, Leeds
- Fri 8th December – Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield
- Sat 9th December – Arena, Manchester
- Tue 12th December – O2 Arena, London
- Fri 15th December – The SSE Arena, Wembley, London
Queen and Adam Lambert last completed a full British tour in January 2015 when they played 10 sold out shows. Their only UK appearance in 2016 was a one-f headlining set at the closing night the Isle Wight Festival.
The tour coincides with the 40th anniversary Queen’s biggest-selling studio album to date, News the World from 1977, which featured the hits, We Will Rock You and We Are The Champions.
“The general public knows the hits, so you’ve got to cater for that,” Brian May said the 2017 tour.