Queen + Adam Lambert announce a show in Copenhagen, Denmark
27 Apr 2017
Another Show Added! Queen + Adam Lambert Return to Denmark
QUEEN + ADAM LAMBERT RETURN TO DENMARK AND WILL ROCK COPENHAGEN WITH NEW STATE-OF-THE ART SHOW – NOVEMBER 22ND AT THE ROYAL ARENA
Tickets On Sale from Wednesday May 3rd at 10am @ www.ticketmaster.dk
Presales from Monday May 2nd at 10am to Tuesday May 3rd at 5pm
(Copenhagen) April 27th. Just weeks after announcing a 26-date summer tour of North America, Queen + Adam Lambert today revealed further live shows for 2017 which will see the band return to Europe later this year to play 24 arena dates which will showcase a spectacular new stage production and a set list which the band hints will provide some surprises.
The band will play their only show in Denmark at Royal Arena on November 22nd. The tour continues across Europe and the UK until mid-December with the final show at Birmingham Barclaycard Arena December 16th. The entire UK tour sold out within one hour of being put on sale and two extra dates had to be added to cope with the overwhelming ticket demand.
Queen + Adam Lambert performed last year at the Jelling Musikfestival, and the first time we saw them together in Denmark was in February 2015 in Herning, with a sold out show at Jyske Bank Boxen. This will be Queen + Adam Lambert’s first concert in Copenhagen.
Tickets for the Royal Arena will be on sale from May 3rd at 10am, with venue pre-sales earlier, from May 1st at 10am till May 2nd at 5pm.
Ticket prices: PL1 810,- / PL2 (Stå) 655,- / PL2 655,- / PL3 470 DKR + fee.
Members of both Queen and Adam Lambert’s Fan Clubs will be able to purchase tickets before the general public beginning May 1st at 10am till May 2nd at 5pm.
Presale for Jyske Bank customers, as well as Royal Unibrew via the Get it app, from May 1st at 10am till May 2nd at 5pm. See more onwww.jyskebank.dk/musikken and download the Get it app from Royal Unibrew.
The rock legends have been inspired by the anniversary of ‘News Of The World’
Lambert, who rose to fame on US talent show American Idol before finding success as a solo artist, has been the touring frontman and replacement of Freddie Mercury with the band since 2011. Last week, the rock veterans announced a massive arena tour of the UK and Ireland. Now, Lambert has opened up about how progress is going.
“Well I mean the particulars aren’t quite all ironed out yet, we still have quite a lot creative conceptual conversations,” Lamber told NME. “The one thing that is moving forward is definitely the look of the stage. That’s been reinvented but it’s all sort of evolving as we speak. We were emailing back and forth about how to reinvent the setlist and do it different ways from what we’ve gotten used to doing, and I think its just important.
“We have fans that have come and seen us more than once and many of them that have been around the last four or five years. So it’s important to not feel like were just repeating ourselves, even though we’re gonna still perform the same massive hits that Queen is so well know for. We’re trying to put in different context and give different visuals or companions to them. Its going to be fun, I’m excited for the challenge of tweaking the whole show and making it feel new.”
This year marks the 40th anniversary of Queen’s classic album ‘News Of The World’ – which held tracks such as ‘We Will Rock You’ and ‘We Are The Champions’.
Asked if the band might be tempted to play the album in full, Lambert replied: “I don’t know if that is on the table, but that was sort of the main catalysts when we started conceptualizing this new tour. We talked about that. That’s definitely one of the key new ideas we would bringing into it. There is definitely gonna be a couple songs from that album that we haven’t done before.”
He added: “Even visually, there are some nods to it. It’s been really cool to use an album anniversary as a focal point for stage design. That might not make a lot of sense now, but when you come and see the show you’ll be like ‘ah OK, I get it’.
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