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Produced by Live Nation, the tour kicks off on October 4 at Baltimore’s CFG Bank Arena.

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Having first launched their universally acclaimed ‘Rhapsody’ Tour with 25 epic shows across North America in 2019, Queen + Adam Lambert are bringing their highly acclaimed production, now expanded and updated, back to where it first began. After a 4-year long hiatus, Sir Brian May , Roger Taylor and their exceptional frontman Adam Lambert have announced they will set out on a spectacular North America run this fall.

Produced by Live Nation, the tour kicks off on October 4 at Baltimore’s CFG Bank Arena making stops in Toronto, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, Dallas, Denver and more before concluding at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles. See full routing below.

Brian May says, “Our last tour featured our most ambitious production ever. So we decided to rip it apart and get even more ambitious. Watch out world.”

And Adam Lambert says: “I can’t wait to tour North America one more time with the ‘Rhapsody’ tour alongside the two unbelievably talented legends that are Brian May and Roger Taylor.”

Queen + Adam Lambert’s 150-minute career-spanning setlist celebrates the band’s extraordinary back catalog, lining up wall-to-wall immortal anthems like “We Will Rock You”, “Don’t Stop Me Now”, “Radio Ga Ga”, and “Somebody To Love” alongside classic deep cuts and vintage fan favorites. Featuring a dazzling state-of-the-art stage design, incredible special effects, and set pieces, this sense-swamping extravaganza has been blowing critics and fans away the world over.

As with last year’s UK and European dates, the 2023 North American tour will see Queen + Adam Lambert supported on stage by their regular band members, long-serving Queen keyboard player and musical director Spike Edney, bass guitarist Neil Fairclough and percussionist Tyler Warren.

Having extensively toured over the last few years, the Rhapsody show is forever evolving. But it remains at heart a tribute to Freddie Mercury’s majestic legacy, a confirmation of Brian and Roger’s undimmed musical prowess, plus a magnificent showcase for Adam’s vocal skills and electrifying stage charisma, all of which adds up to a glorious full-blooded celebration of one of the greatest songbooks in rock history. Tickets will be available via a general on sale beginning Friday, March 31st at 10AM local time via Live Nation .

Queen + Adam Lambert appreciate that it is an enormous task to try and stop scalpers from taking advantage of fans wanting to purchase tickets for the tour. In an effort to help minimize resale and keep ticket prices at face value for fans, the band are collaborating with the venues’ ticketing partners to restrict the ability to transfer tickets for The Rhapsody Tour so that they may only be transferred between fans at the original price.

Fans will still have protection against unforeseen circumstances. Those who purchase tickets and are no longer able to attend their show will be able to sell their tickets at the price they paid using a face value ticket exchange, including the Ticketmaster Face Value Exchange – which is free to use for buyers and sellers.

Unfortunately, the states of NY, IL, and CO have laws in place which protect ticket scalpers – these laws prohibit artists from being able to restrict the transfer of their tickets to face value exchanges only. For shows in these states, Queen + Adam Lambert strongly encourage fans to only buy or sell tickets to one another on face value exchanges.

QUEEN + ADAM LAMBERT THE RHAPSODY TOUR 2023 DATES: Wed Oct 04 – Baltimore, MD – CFG Bank Arena Sun Oct 08 – Toronto, ON — Scotiabank Arena Tue Oct 10 — Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena Thu Oct 12 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden Sun Oct 15 – Boston, MA – TD Garden Wed Oct 18 — Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center Mon Oct 23 — Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena Wed Oct 25 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena Fri Oct 27 – St. Paul, MN – Xcel Energy Center Mon Oct 30 — Chicago, IL – United Center Thu Nov 02 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center Sun Nov 05 — Denver, CO – Ball Arena Wed Nov 08 – San Francisco, CA – Chase Center Sat Nov 11 – Los Angeles, CA – BMO Stadium.

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John Deacon

Roger Taylor

June 27, 1970 City Hall, Truro, ENG (billed as Smile)

July 18, 1970 Imperial College, London, ENG

July 25, 1970 PJ's Club, Truro, ENG

August 23, 1970 Imperial College, London, ENG

September 4, 1970 Swiss Cottage Private School, London, ENG

October 16, 1970 College of Estate Management Hall, London, ENG

October 30, 1970 College of Technology, St. Helens, ENG

October 31, 1970 Cavern Club, Liverpool, ENG

November 14, 1970 Ballspark College, Hertford, ENG

November 26, 1970 Corn Exchange, Cambridge, ENG (supporting Ginger Baker's Airforce & Zebedees)

December 5, 1970 Shoreditch College, Egham, ENG

December 18, 1970 College of Technology, St. Helens, ENG

December 19, 1970 Congregational Church Hall, St. Helens, ENG

January 8, 1971 Marquee, London, ENG

January 9, 1971 Technical College, Ewell, ENG (supporting Kevin Ayers and the Whole World, Flying Fortress & Genesis. Queen replaced Hard Meat, who had recently disbanded)

February 19, 1971 Hornsey Town Hall, London, ENG

February 20, 1971 Kingston Polytechnic, London, ENG

July 2, 1971 College, Surrey, ENG

July 11, 1971 Imperial College, London, ENG

July 17, 1971 The Gardens, Penzance, ENG

July 19, 1971 Rugby Club, Hayle, ENG

July 24, 1971 Young Farmer's Club, Wadebridge, ENG

July 29, 1971 The Gardens, Penzance, ENG

July 31, 1971 City Hall, Truro, ENG

August 2, 1971 Rugby Club, Hayle, ENG

August 9, 1971 Driftwood Spars, St. Agnes, ENG

August 12, 1971 Tregye Hotel, Truro, ENG

August 14, 1971 NCO's Mess, RAF Culdrose, Culdrose, ENG

August 17, 1971 City Hall, Truro, ENG

August 21, 1971 Carnon Downs, Truro, ENG (Tregye Festival of Contemporary Music)

October 6, 1971 Imperial College, London, ENG

December 9, 1971 Swimming Baths, Epsom, ENG

December 31, 1971 Rugby Club, Twickenham, ENG

January 28, 1972 Bedford College, Bedford, ENG

March 10, 1972 Kings College Hospital Medical School, London, ENG

March 24, 1972 Forest Hill Hospital, London, ENG

November 6, 1972 Pheasantry Club, London, ENG

December 20, 1972 Marquee, London, ENG

April 9, 1973 Marquee, London, ENG

July 13, 1973 Queen Mary College, Basingstoke, ENG

July 23, 1973 Marquee, London, ENG

July 24, 1973 (UK TV "The Old Grey Whistle Test" performing "Keep Yourself Alive")

August 3, 1973 Mayfair, Newcastle, ENG

September 13, 1973 Golders Green Hippodrome, London, ENG

October 13, 1973 Underground, Bad Godesberg, Bonn, GER

October 14, 1973 Le Blow Up, Luxembourg, LUX

October 20, 1973 Paris Theatre, London, ENG

October 26, 1973 Imperial College, London, ENG

November 2, 1973 Imperial College, London, ENG

Mott the Hoople & Queen UK Tour 1973

November 12, 1973 Town Hall, Leeds, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople)

November 13, 1973 St. George's Hall, Blackburn, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople)

November 15, 1973 Gaumont, Worcester, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople)

November 16, 1973 Lancaster University, Lancaster, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople)

November 17, 1973 Liverpool Stadium, Liverpool, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople)

November 18, 1973 Trentham Gardens, Stoke-On-Trent, ENG (Cancelled, supporting Mott the Hoople)

November 18, 1973 Victoria Hall, Hanley, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople)

November 19, 1973 Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople)

November 20, 1973 New Theatre, Oxford, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople)

November 21, 1973 Guildhall, Preston, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople)

November 22, 1973 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople)

November 23, 1973 Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, SCOT (supporting Mott the Hoople)

November 25, 1973 Caley Picture House, Edinburgh, SCOT (supporting Mott the Hoople)

November 26, 1973 Opera House, Manchester, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople)

November 27, 1973 Town Hall, Birmingham, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople)

November 28, 1973 Brangwyn Hall, Swansea, WAL (supporting Mott the Hoople)

November 29, 1973 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople)

November 30, 1973 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople)

December 1, 1973 Kursaal Ballroom, Southend, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople)

December 2, 1973 Central Hall, Chatham, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople)

December 6, 1973 College, Cheltenham, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople)

December 7, 1973 Shaftesbury Hall, London, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople)

December 8, 1973 Liverpool University, Liverpool, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople)

December 14, 1973 Hammersmith Odeon, London, ENG (2 shows 6.30 & 9.00, supporting Mott the Hoople)

December 15, 1973 Leicester University, Leicester, ENG

December 21, 1973 County Hall, Taunton, ENG

December 22, 1973 Town Hall, Peterborough, ENG

December 28, 1973 Top Rank Suite, Liverpool, ENG (supporting 10cc)

January 27, 1974 Melbourne, AUS (Sunbury Music Festival)

February 21, 1974 London, ENG (UK TV "Top Of The Pops" miming to "Seven Seas Of Rhye")

March 1, 1974 Winter Gardens, Blackpool, ENG

March 2, 1974 Friars, Aylesbury, ENG

March 3, 1974 Guildhall, Plymouth, ENG (Supported By Nutz)

March 4, 1974 Festival Hall, Paignton, ENG

March 8, 1974 Locarno, Sunderland, ENG

March 9, 1974 Corn Exchange, Cambridge, ENG

March 10, 1974 Greyhound, Croydon, ENG

March 12, 1974 Roundhouse, Dagenham, ENG

March 14, 1974 Town Hall, Cheltenham, ENG

March 14, 1974 London, ENG (UK TV "Top Of The Pops" miming to "Seven Seas Of Rhye")

March 15, 1974 Glasgow University, Glasgow, SCOT

March 16, 1974 Stirling University, Stirling, SCOT (supported by Nutz)

March 17, 1974 Barbarella's, Birmingham, ENG (postponed until April 2nd)

March 19, 1974 Winter Gardens, Cleethorpes, ENG

March 20, 1974 Manchester University, Manchester, ENG

March 22, 1974 Civic Centre, Canvey Island, ENG

March 23, 1974 Links Pavilion, Cromer, ENG

March 25, 1974 Village Roundhouse, Dagenham, ENG  ?

March 25, 1974 Woods Leisure Centre, Colchester, ENG

March 26, 1974 Palace Lido, Douglas, ENG

March 28, 1974 Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, WAL

March 29, 1974 The Gardens, Penzance, ENG

March 30, 1974 Century Ballroom, Taunton, ENG

March 31, 1974 Rainbow, London, ENG (supported by Nutz)

April 2, 1974 Barbarella's, Birmingham, ENG (rescheduled from March 17th)

April 16, 1974 Regis College, Denver, CO (supporting Mott the Hoople)

April 17, 1974 Memorial Hall, Kansas City, MO (supporting Mott the Hoople)

April 18, 1974 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO (supporting Mott the Hoople)

April 19, 1974 Fairgrounds Appliance Building, Oklahoma City, OK (supporting Mott the Hoople)

April 20, 1974 Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN (supporting Mott the Hoople, with Babe Ruth)

April 21, 1974 St. Bernard Civic Auditorium, New Orleans, LA (supporting Mott the Hoople)

April 25, 1974 Albright College, Reading, PA (cancelled, supporting Mott the Hoople)

April 25, 1974 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY (cancelled, supporting Mott the Hoople)

April 26, 1974 Bucknell College, Lewisburg, PA (cancelled, supporting Mott the Hoople)

April 26, 1974 Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA (supporting Mott the Hoople)

April 27, 1974 Palace Theater, Providence, RI (supporting Mott the Hoople, with Tombstone & Ken Lyons)

April 28, 1974 Exposition Hall, Portland, RI (supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 1, 1974 State Farm Arena, Harrisburg, PA (supporting Mott the Hoople, with Aerosmith & Loudface)

May 2, 1974 Agricultural Hall, Allentown, PA (supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 3, 1974 King's College, Wilkes Barre, PA (supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 4, 1974 Palace Theatre, Waterbury, CT (supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 7-11, 1974 Uris Theatre, New York City, NY (supporting Mott the Hoople. 2 shows on the 11th 7.30 & 10.30)

May 14, 1974 Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA (cancelled appearance, 2 shows, supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 15, 1974 Constitution Hall, Washington DC (cancelled appearance, supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 16, 1974 Galliard Municipal Auditorium, Charleston, WV (cancelled appearance (replaced by REO Speedwagon), supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 17, 1974 Fox Theater, Atlanta, GA (cancelled appearance (replaced by REO Speedwagon), supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 18, 1974 Coliseum, Knoxville, TN (cancelled appearance (replaced by REO Speedwagon), supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 20, 1974 Masonic Temple, Detroit, MI (cancelled appearance (replaced by Kansas), supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 21, 1974 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL (cancelled appearance (replaced by Kansas), supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 22, 1974 Bruce Hall Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI (cancelled appearance (replaced by Kansas), supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 23, 1974 Morris Civic Center, South Bend, IN (cancelled appearance, supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 24, 1974 Sports Arena, Toledo, OH (cancelled appearance, supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 25, 1974 Allen Theater, Cleveland, OH (cancelled appearance (replaced by Kansas), supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 26, 1974 Ohio State University Mershon Auditorium, Columbus, OH (cancelled appearance (replaced by Kansas), supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 27, 1974 Massey Hall, Toronto, ON (cancelled appearance (replaced by Kansas), supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 28, 1974 Gardens, London ON (cancelled appearance, supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 29, 1974 Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA (cancelled appearance (replaced by REO Speedwagon), supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 30, 1974 Syria Mosque, Richmond, VA (cancelled appearance (replaced by REO Speedwagon), supporting Mott the Hoople)

May 31-June 1, 1974 Schubert Theater, Philadelphia, PA (cancelled appearance (replaced by REO Speedwagon), supporting Mott the Hoople. 2 shows on 1st)

June 2, 1974 Syria Mosque, Richmond, VA (cancelled appearance (replaced by REO Speedwagon), supporting Mott the Hoople)

October 30, 1974 Palace, Manchester, ENG

October 31, 1974 Victoria Hall, Hanley, ENG

November ?, 1974 (Dutch TV "Top Pop" miming to "Killer Queen")

November 1, 1974 Empire Theatre, Liverpool, ENG

November 2, 1974 Leeds University, Leeds, ENG

November 3, 1974 Coventry Theatre, Coventry, ENG

November 5, 1974 City Hall, Sheffield, ENG

November 6, 1974 St. Georges Hall, Bradford, ENG

November 7, 1974 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG

November 8, 1974 Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, SCOT

November 9, 1974 Lancaster University, Lancaster, ENG

November 10, 1974 Guildhall, Preston, ENG

November 12, 1974 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG

November 13, 1974 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG

November 14, 1974 Gaumont, Southampton, ENG

November 15, 1974 Brangwyn Hall, Swansea, WAL

November 16, 1974 Town Hall, Birmingham, ENG

November 18, 1974 New Theatre, Oxford, ENG

November 19-20, 1974 Rainbow, London, ENG

November 23, 1974 Koncerthus, Gothenburg, SWE

November 25, 1974 Helsingin Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki, FIN

November 27, 1974 Olympen, Lund, SWE

December 2, 1974 Brienner Theatre, Munich, GER

December 4, 1974 Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt, GER

December 5, 1974 Musikhalle, Hamburg, GER

December 6, 1974 Sartory Saal, Cologne, GER

December 7, 1974 Singen, GER

December 8, 1974 Congressgebouw, Hague, NED

December 10, 1974 140 Theatre, Brussels, BEL

December 13, 1974 Palacio de los Deportes, Barcelona, SPA

December 25, 1974 (UK TV "45" miming to "Now I'm Here")

December 27, 1974 London, ENG (UK TV "Top Of The Pops" miming to "Killer Queen")

January 30, 1975 London, ENG (UK TV "Top Of The Pops" miming to "Now I'm Here")

February 5, 1975 Agora, Columbus, OH

February 7, 1975 Palace Theatre, Dayton, OH

February 8, 1975 Music Hall, Cleveland, OH (2 shows)

February 9, 1975 Morris Civic Auditorium, South Bend, IN (supported by Kansas & Mahogany Rush)

February 10, 1975 Ford Auditorium, Detroit, MI

February 11, 1975 University Of Toledo Student Union Auditorium, Toledo, OH (supported by Kansas)

February 14, 1975 Palace Theatre, Waterbury, NY

February 15, 1975 Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA (2 shows)

February 16, 1975 Avery Fisher Hall, New York City, NY (2 shows)

February 17, 1975 War Memorial, Trenton, NJ

February 19, 1975 Armory, Lewiston, NJ (supported by Kansas & Mahogany Rush)

February 21, 1975 Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ

February 22, 1975 Farm Arena, Harrisburg, PA

February 23, 1975 Erlinger Theatre, Philadelphia, PA (2 shows)

February 24, 1975 Kennedy Centre, Washington, DC

February 25, 1975 Pittsburgh, PA (cancelled)

February 26, 1975 Kutztown, PA (cancelled)

February 27, 1975 Buffalo, NY (cancelled)

February 28, 1975 Toronto, ON (cancelled)

March 1, 1975 Kitchener, ON (cancelled)

March 2, 1975 London, ON (cancelled)

March 4, 1975 Davenport, IO (cancelled)

March 5, 1975 Mary E Sawyer Auditorium, La Crosse, WI

March 6, 1975 Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI (supporting REO Speedwagon)

March 7, 1975 Uptown Theatre, Milwaukee, WI

March 8, 1975 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL

March 9, 1975 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO

March 10, 1975 Coliseum, Fort Wayne, IN

March 12, 1975 Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA

March 13, 1975 Civic Auditorium, Charleston, SC

March 14, 1975 Sunshine Speedway, St Petersburg, FL

March 15, 1975 Marina, Miami, FL

March 18, 1975 St. Bernard Civic Auditorium, New Orleans, LA

March 20, 1975 Municipal Hall, San Antonio, TX

March 23, 1975 McFarlin Auditorium, Dallas, TX

March 25, 1975 Municipal Theatre, Tulsa, OK

March 29, 1975 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (2 shows)

March 30, 1975 Winterland, San Francisco, CA

April 2, 1975 Kindmens Fieldhouse, Edmonton, AB

April 3, 1975 Corral, Calgary, AB

April 6, 1975 Paramount Northwest Theater, Seattle, WA

April 7, 1975 Portland, OR (cancelled)

April 19, 1975 Budokan Arena, Tokyo, JPN

April 22, 1975 Aichi Taiikukan, Nagoya, JPN

April 23, 1975 Nokusai Taikan, Kobe, JPN

April 25, 1975 Kyuden Taiikukan, Fukuoka, JPN

April 28, 1975 Taiikukan, Okayama, JPN

April 29, 1975 Yamaha Tsumagoi Hall, Shizuoka, JPN

April 30, 1975 Bunkan Taiikukan, Yokohama, JPN

May 1, 1975 Budokan Arena, Tokyo, JPN

July 24, 1975 Blankenberge, BEL (" 2nd Festival Van De Gouden Leeuw ")

Queen UK Tour 1975

November 14-15, 1975 Empire Theatre, Liverpool, ENG

November 16, 1975 Coventry Theatre, Coventry, ENG

November 17-18, 1975 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG

November 19, 1975 Capitol, Cardiff, WAL

November 21, 1975 Odeon, Taunton, ENG

November 23, 1975 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG

November 24, 1975 Gaumont, Southampton, ENG

November 26, 1975 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, ENG (2 shows)

November 29-December 3, 1975 Hammersmith Odeon, London, ENG

December 7, 1975 Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, ENG

December 8, 1975 Guildhall, Preston, ENG

December 9-10, 1975 Odeon, Birmingham, ENG

December 11, 1975 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG

December 13, 1975 Caird Hall, Dundee, SCOT

December 14, 1975 Capitol, Aberdeen, SCOT

December 15-16, 1975 Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, SCOT

December 24, 1975 Hammersmith Odeon, London, ENG

January 27, 1976 Palace Theater, Waterbury, NY

January 29-30, 1976 Music Hall, Boston, MA

January 31-February 2, 1976 Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA

February 5-8, 1976 Beacon Theater, New York City, NY

February 11-12, 1976 Masonic Auditorium, Detroit, MI

February 13, 1976 Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, OH

February 14, 1976 Public Hall, Cleveland, OH

February 15, 1976 Sports Arena, Toledo, OH

February 18, 1976 Civic Center, Saginaw, MI

February 19, 1976 Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Columbus, OH

February 20, 1976 Syrian Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA

February 23-24, 1976 Auditorium Theater, Chicago, IL

February 26, 1976 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO

February 27, 1976 Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN

February 28, 1976 Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI

February 29, 1976 Coliseum, Fort Wayne, IN

March 2, 1976 Milwaukee Auditorium Bruce Hall, Milwaukee, WI

March 3, 1976 Auditorium, St. Paul, MN

March 7, 1976 Berkeley Community, Berkeley, CA

March 9-12, 1976 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (2 shows on 9th)

March 13, 1976 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA

March 22, 1976 Budokan Hall, Tokyo, JPN

March 23, 1976 Aichi Ken Gymnasium, Nagoya, JPN

March 24, 1976 Kosei Kaikan, Himeji, JPN

March 26, 1976 Kyuden Gymnasium, Fukuoka, JPN (2 shows)

March 29, 1976 Kosei Nenkin Kaikan, Osaka, JPN (2 shows)

March 31-April 1, 1976 Budokan Hall, Tokyo, JPN

April 2, 1976 Miyagi-Ken Sports Center, Sendai, JPN

April 4, 1976 Nichidai Kodo, Tokyo, JPN

April 11, 1976 Entertainment Centre, Perth, AUS

April 14-15, 1976 Apollo Stadium, Adelaide, AUS

April 17-18, 1976 Horden Pavilion, Sydney, AUS

April 19-20, 1976 Festival Hall, Melbourne, AUS

April 22, 1976 Festival Hall, Brisbane, AUS

September 1-2, 1976 Playhouse Theatre, Edinburgh, SCOT

September 10, 1976 Castle, Cardiff, WAL

September 18, 1976 Hyde Park, London, ENG

January 13, 1977 Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI

January 14, 1977 Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI

January 15, 1977 Gardens, Columbus, OH

January 16, 1977 Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN

January 18, 1977 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI

January 20, 1977 Civic Center, Saginaw, MI

January 21, 1977 Elliot Hall of Music, Louisville, KY

January 22, 1977 Wings Stadium, Kalamazoo, MI

January 23, 1977 Coliseum, Richfield, OH

January 25, 1977 Central Canadian Exhibition Center, Ottawa, ON

January 26, 1977 Forum, Montreal, QC

January 28, 1977 Stadium, Chicago, IL

January 29, 1977 Hara Arena, Dayton, OH (cancelled)

January 30, 1977 St. John's Arena, Toledo, OH

February 1, 1977 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON

February 3, 1977 Civic Center, Springfield, MA

February 4, 1977 University of Maryland, College Park, MD

February 5, 1977 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY

February 6, 1977 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY

February 8, 1977 War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, NY

February 9, 1977 Boston Gardens, Boston, MA

February 10, 1977 Civic Center, Providence, RI

February 11, 1977 Civic Center, Philadelphia, PA

February 19, 1977 Sportatorium, Miami, FL

February 20, 1977 Civic Center, Lakeland, FL

February 21, 1977 Fox Theater, Atlanta, GA

February 22, 1977 Auditorium, Birmingham, AL

February 23, 1977 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO

February 25, 1977 Lloyd Noble Center, Norman, OK

February 26, 1977 Moody Coliseum, Dallas, TX

February 27, 1977 Sam Houston Arena, Houston, TX

March 1, 1977 Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ

March 2-3, 1977 Forum, Inglewood, CA

March 5, 1977 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA

March 6, 1977 Winterland, San Francisco, CA

March 8, 1977 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA (cancelled)

March 9, 1977 Selland Arena, Fresno, CA (cancelled)

March 11, 1977 PNE Coliseum, Vancouver, BC

March 12, 1977 Paramount, Portland, OR

March 13, 1977 Arena, Seattle, WA

March 16-17, 1977 Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, AB

March 18, 1977 Northlands Arena, Edmonton, AB

May 8, 1977 Ice Stadium, Stockholm, SWE

May 10, 1977 Scandinavium, Gothenburg, SWE

May 12, 1977 Broendby Hall, Copenhagen, DEN

May 13, 1977 Congresscentrum, Hamburg, GER

May 14, 1977 Jahrunderhalle, Frankfurt, GER

May 16, 1977 Philipshalle, Düsseldorf, GER

May 17, 1977 Ahoy, Rotterdam, NED

May 19, 1977 Sporthalle, Basle, SUI

May 23-24, 1977 Hippodrome, Bristol, ENG

May 26-27, 1977 Gaumont, Southampton, ENG

May 29, 1977 Bingley Hall, Stafford, ENG

May 30-31, 1977 Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, SCOT

June 2-3, 1977 Empire Theatre, Liverpool, ENG

June 6-7, 1977 Earls Court Arena, London, ENG

October 6, 1977 New London Theatre Centre, London, ENG (video shoot)

Queen US Tour 1977

November 11, 1977 Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, ME

November 12, 1977 Boston Gardens, Boston, MA

November 13, 1977 Civic Center, Springfield, MA

November 15, 1977 Civic Center, Providence, RI

November 16, 1977 Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT

November 18-19, 1977 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI

November 21, 1977 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON

November 23-24, 1977 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA

November 25, 1977 Scope Arena, Norfolk, VA

November 27, 1977 Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, OH

November 29, 1977 Capitol Center, Washington, DC

December 1-2, 1977 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY

December 4, 1977 University Arena, Dayton, OH

December 5, 1977 Stadium, Chicago, IL

December 8, 1977 Omni, Atlanta, GA

December 10, 1977 Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth, TX

December 11, 1977 Summit, Houston, TX

December 15, 1977 Aladdin Center, Las Vegas, NV

December 16, 1977 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA

December 17, 1977 County Coliseum, Oakland, CA

December 20-21, 1977 Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA

December 22, 1977 Forum, Inglewood, CA

April 12, 1978 Ice Stadium, Stockholm, SWE

April 13, 1978 Falkoner Theatre, Copenhagen, DEN

April 14, 1978 Ernst Merck Halle, Hamburg, GER

April 16-17, 1978 Forest National, Brussels, BEL

April 19-20, 1978 Ahoy, Rotterdam, NED

April 21, 1978 Forêt Nationale, Brussels, BEL

April 23-24, 1978 Pavillon de Paris, Paris, FRA

April 26, 1978 Westfallenhalle, Dortmund, GER

April 28, 1978 Deutschlandhalle, Berlin, GER

April 30, 1978 Hallenstadion, Zürich, SUI

May 2, 1978 Stadhalle, Vienna, AUT

May 3, 1978 Olympiahalle, Munich, GER

May 6-7, 1978 New Bingley Hall, Stafford, ENG

May 11-13, 1978 Empire Pool, London, ENG

October 28, 1978 Convention Center, Dallas, TX

October 29, 1978 Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN

October 31, 1978 Civic Auditorium, New Orleans, LA

November 3, 1978 Sportorium, Miami, FL

November 4, 1978 Civic Center, Lakeland, FL

November 6, 1978 Capitol Center, Washington DC

November 7, 1978 Coliseum, New Haven, CT

November 9-10, 1978 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI

November 11, 1978 Wings Stadium, Kalamazoo, MI

November 13, 1978 Boston Gardens, Boston, MA

November 14, 1978 Civic Center, Providence, RI

November 16-17, 1978 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY

November 19, 1978 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY

November 20, 1978 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA

November 22, 1978 Auditorium, Nashville, TN

November 23, 1978 Checkerdome, St. Louis, MO

November 25, 1978 Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, OH

November 26, 1978 Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, OH

November 28, 1978 War Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY

November 30, 1978 Central Canadian Exhibition Center, Ottawa, ON

December 1, 1978 Forum, Montreal, QC

December 3-4, 1978 Maple Leaf Garden, Toronto, ON

December 6, 1978 Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI

December 7, 1978 Stadium, Chicago, IL

December 8, 1978 Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO

December 12, 1978 Coliseum, Seattle, WA

December 13, 1978 Coliseum, Portland, OR

December 14, 1978 PNE Coliseum, Vancouver, BC

December 16, 1978 Coliseum, Oakland, CA

December 18-20, 1978 Forum, Inglewood, CA

January 17, 1979 Ernst Merck Halle, Hamburg, GER

January 18, 1979 Ostee Hall, Kiel, GER

January 20, 1979 Stadhalle, Bremen, GER

January 21, 1979 Westfallenhalle, Dortmund, GER

January 23, 1979 Messesportspalace, Hanover, GER

January 24, 1979 Deutchlandhalle, Berlin, GER

January 26-27, 1979 Forest National, Brussels, BEL

January 29-30, 1979 Ahoy, Rotterdam, NED

February 1, 1979 Sportshalle, Cologne, GER

February 2, 1979 Festhalle, Frankfurt, GER

February 4, 1979 Hallenstadion, Zürich, SUI

February 6, 1979 Dom Sportova, Zagreb, YUG

February 7, 1979 Tivoli Halle, Ljubljana, YUG

February 10-11, 1979 Basketball Halle, Munich, GER

February 13, 1979 Sporthalle Boeblingen, Böblingen, GER

February 15, 1979 Saarlandhalle, Saarbrücken, GER

February 17, 1979 Palais de Sport, Lyon, FRA

February 19-21, 1979 Palacio de los Deportes, Barcelona, SPA

February 23, 1979 Pabellon del Real Madrid, Madrid, SPA

February 25, 1979 Les Arenas, Poitiers, FRA

February 27-March 1, 1979 Pavillon de Paris, Paris, FRA

April 13-14, 1979 Budokan Hall, Tokyo, JPN

April 19-20, 1979 Festival Hall, Osaka, JPN

April 21, 1979 Practica Ethics Commemoration Hall, Kanazawa, JPN

April 23-25, 1979 Budokan Hall, Tokyo, JPN

April 27, 1979 Central International Display, Kobe, JPN

April 28, 1979 International Display, Nagoya, JPN

April 30-May 1, 1979 Kyuden Athletic Association, Fukuoka, JPN

May 2, 1979 Prefectural Athletic Association, Yamaguchi, JPN

May 5-6, 1979 Makomani Ice Arena, Sapporo, JPN

August 18, 1979 Ludwigsparkstadion, Saarbrücken, GER (Saarbrücken Open Air '79, supported by Rory Gallagher, Ten Years After, Molly Hatchet, Lake, Voyager & Red Baron)

November 22, 1979 RDS Simmons Hall, Dublin, IRE

November 24, 1979 NEC, Birmingham, ENG

November 26-27, 1979 Apollo, Manchester, ENG

November 30-December 1, 1979 Apollo, Glasgow, SCOT

December 3-4, 1979 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG

December 6-7, 1979 Empire Theatre, Liverpool, ENG

December 9, 1979 Hippodrome, Bristol, ENG

December 10-11, 1979 Brighton Centre, Brighton, ENG

December 13, 1979 Lyceum, London, ENG

December 14, 1979 Rainbow, London, ENG

December 17, 1979 Purley Tiffany's, London, ENG

December 19, 1979 Tottenham Mayfair, London, ENG

December 20, 1979 Lewisham Odeon, London, ENG

December 22, 1979 Alexandra Palace, London, ENG

December 26, 1979 Hammersmith Odeon, London, ENG

June 30, 1980 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC

July 1, 1980 Coliseum, Seattle, WA

July 2, 1980 Coliseum, Portland, OR

July 5, 1980 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA

July 6, 1980 Compton Terrace, Phoenix, AZ

July 8-9 & 11-12, 1980 Forum, Inglewood, CA

July 13-14, 1980 Oakland Coliseum Arena, Oakland, CA

August 5, 1980 Mid South Coliseum, Memphis, TN

August 6, 1980 Riverside Centroplex, Baton Rouge, LA

August 8, 1980 City Myriad, Oklahoma City, OK

August 9, 1980 Reunion, Dallas, TX

August 10, 1980 Summit, Houston, TX

August 12, 1980 Omni, Atlanta, GA

August 13, 1980 Coliseum, Charlotte, NC

August 14, 1980 Coliseum, Greensboro, NC

August 16, 1980 Battersea Park Open Air, New York City, NY (cancelled)

August 16, 1980 Civic Centre, Charleston, WV

August 17, 1980 Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, OH (cancelled)

August 17, 1980 Riverton Coliseum, Cincinatti, OH

August 20, 1980 Civic Centre, Hartford, CT

August 22, 1980 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA

August 23, 1980 Civic Centre, Baltimore, MD

August 24, 1980 Civic Center, Hartford, CT (rescheduled)

August 24, 1980 Civic Centre, Pittsburgh, PA

August 26, 1980 Civic Center, Baltimore, MD (rescheduled)

August 26, 1980 Civic Centre, Providence, RI

August 27, 1980 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (rescheduled)

August 27, 1980 Spectrum, Portland, ME

August 29, 1980 Forum, Montreal, QC

August 30, 1980 CNE, Toronto, ON

August 31, 1980 Civic Center, Pittsburgh, PA (rescheduled)

August 31, 1980 Convention Centre, Rochester, NY

September 2, 1980 Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT (cancelled)

September 3, 1980 Boston Gardens, Boston, MA (cancelled)

September 5, 1980 Rupp, Lexington, KY (cancelled)

September 7, 1980 Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, IN (cancelled)

September 9, 1980 Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI (cancelled)

September 10, 1980 Mecca, Milwaukee, WI

September 11, 1980 Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, IN

September 12, 1980 Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO

September 13, 1980 Civic, Omaha, NB

September 14, 1980 Civic Center, St. Paul, MN (supported by Dakota)

September 17, 1980 Checkerdome, St. Louis, MO

September 19, 1980 Horizon, Chicago, IL

September 20, 1980 Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, MI

September 21, 1980 Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, OH

September 23, 1980 Veterans Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT

September 24, 1980 War Memorial, Syracuse, NY

September 26, 1980 Boston Gardens, Boston, MA

September 28-30, 1980 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY

November 23, 1980 Hallenstadion, Zurich, SUI

November 25, 1980 Le Bourget La Retonde, Paris, FRA

November 26, 1980 Sportshalle, Cologne, GER

November 27, 1980 Groenoordhalle, Leiden, NED

November 29, 1980 Gurgahalle, Essen, GER

November 30, 1980 Deutschlandhalle, Berlin, GER

December 1, 1980 Stadhalle, Bremen, GER

December 5-6, 1980 NEC, Birmingham, ENG

December 8-10, 1980 Wembley Arena, London, ENG

December 12-13, 1980 Forest National, Brussels, BEL

December 14, 1980 Festhalle, Frankfurt, GER

December 16, 1980 Hall Rheus, Strasbourg, FRA

December 18, 1980 Olympiahalle, Munich, GER

February 12-13 & 16-18, 1981 Budokan Arena, Tokyo, JPN

February 28-March 1, 1981 Velez Sarfield, Buenos Aires, ARG

March 4, 1981 Estadio Mundialisto, Cordoba, ARG (cancelled)

March 4, 1981 Estadio Municipal, Mar Del Plata, ARG

March 6, 1981 Alletico Rosario Central, Rosario, ARG

March 8, 1981 Velez Sarfield, Buenos Aires, ARG

March 20-21, 1981 Morumbi Stadium, Sao Paulo, BRA

March 27, 1981 Maracana Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, BRA (cancelled)

September 25-27 & 29-30, 1981 Poliedro De Caracas, Caracas, VEN (29th & 30th was cancelled)

October 9-10, 1981 Estadio Universitaro de Monterrey, Monterrey, MEX (10th was cancelled)

October 15-16, 1981 Guadalajara, MEX (cancelled)

October 17-18, 1981 Ignacio Zaragoza Stadium, Puebla, MEX

November 24-25, 1981 Forum, Montreal, QC

April 9, 1982 Scandinavium, Gothenburg, SWE

April 10, 1982 Ice Stadium, Stockholm, SWE

April 12, 1982 Drammenshallen, Oslo, NOR

April 16-17, 1982 Hallenstadion, Zurich, SUI

April 19-20, 1982 Palais De Sport, Lyon, FRA

April 22-23, 1982 Forest Nationale, Brussels, BEL

April 24-25, 1982 Groenoordhalle, Leiden, NED

April 28, 1982 Festhalle, Frankfurt, GER

May 1, 1982 Westfallenhalle, Dortmund, GER

May 3, 1982 Palais De Sport, Paris, FRA

May 5, 1982 Eilenriedehalle, Hannover, GER

May 6-7, 1982 Sportshalle, Cologne, GER

May 9, 1982 Carl-Diem Halle, Würzburg, GER

May 10, 1982 Sporthalle Boeblingen, Stuttgart, GER

May 12-13, 1982 Stadhalle, Vienna, AUT

May 15, 1982 Waldbuehne, Berlin, GER

May 16, 1982 Ernst Merck Halle, Hamburg, GER

May 18, 1982 Eisspdorthalle, Kassel, GER

May 21-22, 1982 Olympiahalle, Munich, GER

May 29, 1982 Elland Road Football Stadium, Leeds, ENG

June 1-2, 1982 Ingliston Showground, Edinburgh, SCOT

June 5, 1982 Milton Keynes Bowl, Milton Keynes, ENG

June 10, 1982 London, ENG (UK TV "Top Of The Pops")

July 21, 1982 Forum, Montreal, QC

July 23, 1982 Boston Gardens, Boston, MA

July 24, 1982 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA

July 25, 1982 Capitol Centre, Washington DC (supported by Billy Squier)

July 27-28, 1982 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY

July 31, 1982 Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland, OH (supported by Billy Squier)

August 2-3, 1982 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON

August 5, 1982 Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, IN

August 6, 1982 Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, MI

August 7, 1982 Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, OH

August 9, 1982 Brendon Byrne Coliseum, Meadowlands, NJ

August 10, 1982 Coliseum, New Haven, CT

August 13-14, 1982 Poplar Creek Music Theatre, Hoffman Estates, IL (supported by Billy Squier)

August 15, 1982 Civic Centre Arena, St Paul, MN

August 19, 1982 Civic Centre, Biloxi, MS

August 20, 1982 Summit, Houston, TX

August 21, 1982 Reunion, Dallas, TX

August 24, 1982 Omni, Atlanta, GA

August 25, 1982 Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN (cancelled)

August 27, 1982 City Myriad, Oklahoma City, OK

August 28, 1982 Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO

August 30, 1982 McNichols Arena, Denver, CO

September 2, 1982 Coliseum, Portland, OR

September 3, 1982 Coliseum, Seattle, WA

September 4, 1982 PNE Coliseum, Vancouver, BC

September 7, 1982 Coliseum, Oakland, CA

September 10, 1982 ASU Arena, Tempe, AZ

September 11-12, 1982 Irvine Meadows, Irvine, CA

September 14-15, 1982 Forum, Los Angeles, CA

September 25, 1982 New York City, NY (US TV "Saturday Night Live")

October 19-20, 1982 Kyuden Auditorium, Fukuoka, JPN

October 24, 1982 Hankyu Nishinomiyakyujo, Osaka, JPN

October 26, 1982 Kokusai Tenjijo, Nagoya, JPN

October 29, 1982 Hokkaidoritso Sangyo Kyoshinakaijo, Sapporo, JPN

November 3, 1982 Seibu Lions Stadium, Tokyo, JPN

October ?, 1983 Stadium, Belo Horizonte, BRA (cancelled)

October ?, 1983 Maracana Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, BRA (cancelled)

October ?, 1983 Morumbi Stadium, Sao Paulo, BRA (cancelled)

October ?, 1983 Stadium, Curitiba, BRA (cancelled)

October ?, 1983 Olympico, Porte Allegro, BRA (cancelled)

November 23, 1983 unknown, URU (cancelled)

February 3, 1984 San Remo, ITY (San Remo Song Festival)

May 12, 1984 Montreux, SUI (Montreux Golden Rose Pop Festival)

August 24, 1984 Forest Nationale, Brussels, BEL

August 28-29, 1984 RDS Simmons Hall, Dublin, IRE

August 31-September 2, 1984 NEC, Birmingham, ENG

September 4-5 & 7-8, 1984 Wembley Arena, London, ENG

September 11, 1984 Westfallenhalle, Dortmund, GER

September 14-15, 1984 Sportspalace, Milan, ITY

September 16, 1984 Olympiahalle, Munich, GER

September 18, 1984 Omnisports, Paris, FRA

September 20, 1984 Groenoordhalle, Leiden, NED

September 21, 1984 Forest Nationale, Brussels, BEL

September 22, 1984 Europhalle, Hannover, GER

September 24, 1984 Deutchlandhalle, Berlin, GER

September 26, 1984 Festhalle, Frankfurt, GER

September 27, 1984 Schleyerhalle, Stuttgart, GER

September 29-30, 1984 Stadhalle, Vienna, AUT

October 5-7, 9-10, 12-14 & 18-20, 1984 Sun City Super Bowl, Bophuthatswana, SA (9th & 10th cancelled)

January 11, 1985 Barra of Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, BRA (Rock In Rio Festival)

January 18, 1985 Barra of Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, BRA (Rock In Rio Festival)

April 13, 1985 Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland, NZ

April 16-17 & 19-20, 1985 Sports and Entertainment Centre, Melbourne, AUS

April 25-26 & 28-29, 1985 Entertainment Centre, Sydney, AUS

May 8-9, 1985 Budokan Arena, Tokyo, JPN

May 11, 1985 Yogishi Swimming Pool Auditorium, Tokyo, JPN

May 13, 1985 Aichi Auditorium, Nagoya, JPN

May 15, 1985 Castle Hall, Osaka, JPN

July 13, 1985 Wembley Stadium, London, ENG ( Live Aid )

May 11, 1986 Montreux, SUI (Montreux Golden Rose Pop Festival)

June 7, 1986 Rasunda Fotbollstadion, Stockholm, SWE

June 11-12, 1986 Groenoordhalle, Leiden, NED

June 14, 1986 Hippodrome De Vincennes, Paris, FRA

June 17, 1986 Forest National, Brussels, BEL

June 19, 1986 Groenoordhalle, Leiden, NED

June 21, 1986 Maimarktgelände, Mannheim, GER

June 26, 1986 Waldbuehne, Berlin, GER

June 28-29, 1986 Olympiahalle, Munich, GER

July 1-2, 1986 Hallenstadion, Zurich, SUI

July 5, 1986 Slane Castle, Dublin, IRE

July 9, 1986 St. James Park, Newcastle, ENG

July 11-12, 1986 Wembley Stadium, London, ENG (supported by Status Quo)

July 16, 1986 Maine Road, Manchester, ENG

July 19, 1986 Müngersdorfer Stadion, Cologne, GER (supported by Marillion)

July 21-22, 1986 Stadhalle, Vienna, AUT

July 25-27, 1986 Népstadion, Budapest, HUN (cancelled)

July 29, 1986 Cannes, FRA (rescheduled)

July 30, 1986 Stade de L’Ouest, Nice, FRA (rescheduled)

July 30, 1986 Amphitheatre, Frejus, FRA

July 31, 1986 Monumental Plaza de Toros, Barcelona, SPA (rescheduled)

August 1, 1986 Mini Estadi de FC.Barcelona, Barcelona, SPA

August 2, 1986 Estadio Rayo Vallecano, Madrid, SPA (rescheduled)

August 3, 1986 Estadio Rayo Vallecano, Madrid, SPA

August 4, 1986 Estadio Municipal, Marbella, SPA (rescheduled)

August 5, 1986 Estadio Municipal, Marbella, SPA

August 9, 1986 Knebworth Park, Stevenage, ENG

April 20, 1992 Wembley Stadium, London, ENG ( Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert , for AIDS Awareness)

January 17, 1997 Theatre National de Chaillot, Paris, FRA (with Elton John)

2005 (with Paul Rodgers)

March 19, 2005 Fancourt Country Club Ressort, George, SA

March 28, 2005 Brixton Academy, London, ENG

March 30, 2005 Le Zenith, Paris, FRA

April 1, 2005 Palacio de los Deportes, Madrid, SPA

April 2, 2005 Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, SPA

April 4, 2005 Palalottomatica, Rome, ITY

April 5, 2005 Forum, Milan, ITY

April 7, 2005 Nelson Mandela Forum, Firenze, ITY

April 8, 2005 BPA Palas, Pesaro, ITY

April 10, 2005 St. Jakobs Halle, Basel, SUI

April 13, 2005 Stadhalle, Vienna, AUT

April 14, 2005 Olympiahalle, Munich, GER

April 16, 2005 Sazka Arena, Prague, CZR

April 17, 2005 Arena, Leipzig, GER

April 19, 2005 Festhalle, Frankfurt, GER

April 20, 2005 Sportpaleis, Antwerpen, BEL

April 23, 2005 Arena, Budapest, HUN

April 25, 2005 Westfalenhalle, Dortmund, GER

April 26, 2005 Ahoy, Rotterdam, NED

April 28, 2005 Color Line Arena, Hamburg, GER

April 30, 2005 Globen, Stockholm, SWE

May 3, 2005 Metro, Newcastle, ENG

May 4, 2005 MEN-Arena, Manchester, ENG

May 6, 2005 N.E.C. Arena, Birmingham, ENG

May 7, 2005 International, Cardiff, WAL

May 9, 2005 Hallam, Sheffield, ENG

May 11, 2005 Wembley Pavilion, London, ENG

May 13, 2005 Odyssey, Belfast, NI

May 14, 2005 The Point, Dublin, IRE

July 2, 2005 Estadio Restelo, Lisbon, POR

July 6, 2005 Rhein-Energie Stadion, Cologne, GER

July 10, 2005 Gelredome, Arnhem, NED

July 15, 2005 Hyde Park, Parade Ground, London, ENG

October 8, 2005 Aruba Entertainment Center, Oranjestad, ARU

October 16, 2005 Continental Airlines Arena, East Rutherford, NJ

October 22, 2005 Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA

October 26, 2005 Saitama Arena, Tokyo, JPN

October 27, 2005 Saitama Arena, Tokyo, JPN

October 29, 2005 Yokohama Arena, Yokohama, JPN

October 30, 2005 Yokohama Arena, Yokohama, JPN

November 1, 2005 Nagoya Dome, Nagoya, JPN

November 3, 2005 Fukuoka Dome, Fukuoka, JPN

2006 (with Paul Rodgers)

March 3, 2006 American Airlines Arena, Miami, FL

March 5, 2006 Veterans Memorial Arena, Jacksonville, MS

March 7, 2006 Gwinnett Center, Duluth, GA

March 9, 2006 MCI Center, Washington, DC

March 10, 2006 DCU Center, Worcester, MA

March 12, 2006 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY

March 14, 2006 Wachovia Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA

March 16, 2006 Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON

March 17, 2006 HSBC Arena, Buffalo, NY

March 20, 2006 Mellon Arena, Pittsburgh, PA

March 21, 2006 Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH

March 23, 2006 Allstate Arena, Rosemont, IL

March 24, 2006 Palace Of Auburn Hills, Detroit, MI

March 26, 2006 Xcel Energy Center, St Paul, MN

March 27, 2006 Bradley Center, Milwaukee, WI

March 31, 2006 Glendale Arena, Glendale, CA

April 1, 2006 State University's Cox Arena, San Diego, CA

April 3, 2006 Arrowhead Pond, Anaheim, CA

April 5, 2006 HP Pavilion, San Jose, CA

April 7, 2006 MGM Garden Arena, Las Vegas, NV

April 10, 2006 Key Arena, Seattle, WA

April 11, 2006 Rose Garden, Portland, OR

April 13, 2006 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC

May 25, 2006 VH1 Rock Honors, Las Vegas, NV

2008 (with Paul Rodgers)

June 27, 2008 Hyde Park, London, ENG (46664 concert)

September 3, 2008 Elstree Studios, London, ENG (rehearsals)

September 12, 2008 Freedom Square, Kharkov, UKR

September 15, 2008 Olympic Sports Complex, Moscow, RUS

September 16, 2008 Olympic Sports Complex, Moscow, RUS

September 19, 2008 Arena, Riga, LAT

September 21, 2008 Velodrom, Berlin, GER

September 23, 2008 Sportpaleis, Antwerp, BEL

September 24, 2008 Bercy, Paris, FRA

September 26, 2008 Palalottomatica, Rome, ITY

September 28, 2008 Arena, Milan, ITY

September 29, 2008 Hallenstadion, Zurich, SUI

October 1, 2008 Olympiahalle, Munich, GER

October 2, 2008 SAP Arena, Mannheim, GER

October 4, 2008 TUI Arena, Hannover, GER

October 5, 2008 Color Line Arena, Hamburg, GER

October 7, 2008 Ahoy, Rotterdam, NED

October 8, 2008 Rockhal, Esch-sur-Alzette, LUX

October 10, 2008 Arena, Nottingham, ENG

October 11, 2008 SECC, Glasgow, SCOT

October 13, 2008 O2 Arena, London, ENG

October 14, 2008 Arena, Cardiff, WAL

October 16, 2008 NIA, Birmingham, ENG

October 18, 2008 Echo Arena, Liverpool, ENG

October 19, 2008 Sheffield Arena, Sheffield, ENG

October 22, 2008 Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, SPA

October 24, 2008 Estadio de Futbol "La Condomina", Murcia, SPA

October 25, 2008 Palacio de Deportes, Madrid, SPA

October 28, 2008 Arena, Budapest, HUN

October 29, 2008 Belgrade Arena, Belgrade, SER

October 31, 2008 O2 Arena, Prague, CZR

November 1, 2008 Stadthalle, Vienna, AUT

November 4, 2008 Arena, Newcastle, ENG

November 5, 2008 MEN Arena, Manchester, ENG

November 7, 2008 O2 Arena, London, ENG

November 8, 2008 Wembley Arena, London, ENG

November 14, 2008 Festival City, Dubai, UAE

November 19, 2008 San Carlos de Apoquindo, Santiago de Chile, CHL

November 21, 2008 Estadio Velez Sarsfield, Buenos Aires, ARG

November 26-27, 2008 Via Funchal, Sao Paulo, BRA

November 29, 2008 HSBC Arena, Rio de Janeiro, BRA

2012 (with Adam Lambert)

June 30, 2012 Maidan Nezalezhnosti, Kiev, UKR

July 3, 2012 Olimpiyskiy Sports Complex, Moscow, RUS

July 7, 2012 Stadion Miejski, Wroclaw, POL

July 11-12 & 14, 2012 Hammersmith Apollo, London, ENG

2014 (with Adam Lambert)

June 19, 2014 United Center, Chicago, IL

June 21, 2014 MTS Centre, Winnipeg, MB

June 23, 2014 Credit Union Centre, Saskatoon, SK

June 24, 2014 Rexall Place, Edmonton, AB

June 26, 2014 Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary, AB

June 28, 2014 Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC

July 1, 2014 SAP Center, San Jose, CA

July 3, 2014 Forum, Inglewood, CA

July 5-6, 2014 The Joint, Las Vegas, NV

July 9, 2014 Toyota Center, Houston, TX

July 10, 2014 American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX

July 12, 2014 The Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, MI

July 13, 2014 Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON

July 14, 2014 Bell Centre, Montreal, QC

July 16, 2014 Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA

July 17, 2014 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY

July 19, 2014 Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, CT

July 20, 2014 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD

July 22, 2014 TD Garden, Boston, MA

July 23, 2014 Izod Center, East Rutherford, NJ

July 25, 2014 Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, CT

July 26, 2014 Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, NJ

July 28, 2014 Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON

August 14, 2014 Supersonic – Jamsil Sports Complex, Seoul, SK

August 16, 2014 Maishima Sports Island, Osaka, JPN

August 17, 2014 Marine Stadium, Chiba, JPN

August 22, 2014 Perth Arena, Perth, AUS

August 26-27, 2014 Allphones Arena, Sydney, AUS

August 29-30, 2014 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, AUS

September 1, 2014 Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, AUS

September 3-4, 2014 Vector Arena, Auckland, NZ

2015 (with Adam Lambert)

December 31, 2014 London, ENG

January 13, 2015 Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, ENG

January 14, 2015 SSE Hydro, Glasgow, SCOT

January 17-18, 2015 O2 Arena, London, ENG

January 20, 2015 First Direct Arena, Leeds, ENG

January 21, 2015 Manchester Arena, Manchester, ENG

January 23, 2015 Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham, ENG

January 24, 2015 Capital FM Arena, Nottingham, ENG

January 26, 2015 Zénith de Paris, Paris, FRA

January 29, 2015 Lanxess Arena, Cologne, GER

January 30, 2015 Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, NED

February 1, 2015 Stadthalle, Vienna, AUT

February 2, 2015 Olympiahalle, Munich, GER

February 4, 2015 O2 World, Berlin, GER

February 5, 2015 O2 World, Hamburg, GER

February 7, 2015 Festhalle, Frankfurt, GER

February 8, 2015 Palais 12, Brussels, BEL (postponed until June 15, 2016 due to Adam's illness)

February 10, 2015 Mediolanum Forum, Milan, ITY

February 13, 2015 Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, Stuttgart, GER

February 15, 2015 Jyske Bank Boxen, Herning, DEN

February 17, 2015 O2 Arena, Prague, CZR

February 19, 2015 Hallenstadion, Zurich, SUI

February 21, 2015 Tauron Arena, Krakow, POL

February 24, 2015 Wembley SSE Arena, London, ENG

February 26, 2015 Echo Arena, Liverpool, ENG

February 27, 2015 Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield, ENG

September 16, 2015 Ginásio do Ibirapuera, Sao Paulo, BRA

September 18, 2015 New City of Rock, Rio de Janeiro, BRA

September 21, 2015 Gigantinho, Porto Alegre, BRA

September 25, 2015 Estadio G.E.B.A., Buenos Aires, ARG

September 27, 2015 Superdomo, Cordoba, ARG

September 30, 2015 Pista Atlética del Estadio Nacional, Santiago, CHL

2016 (with Adam Lambert)

May 20, 2016 Bela Vista Park, Lisbon, POR

May 22, 2016 Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, SPA

May 25, 2016 Linzer Stadion, Linz, AUT

May 27, 2016 RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne, GER

May 29, 2016 Jelling Festival Grounds, Jelling, DEN

June 3, 2016 Kaisaniemi Park, Helsinki, FIN

June 5, 2016 Song Festival Grounds, Tallin, EST

June 9, 2016 Norje, Solvesborg, SWE

June 12, 2016 Seaclose Park Newport, Isle of Wight, ENG

June 15, 2016 Palais 12, Brussels, BEL (Rescheduled from February 8, 2015)

June 17, 2016 Autobahnkreisel, Zürich, SUI

Kune 19, 2016 Stadion Sportowy MOSIR, Oswiecim, POL

June 21, 2016 Piața Constituției, Bucharest, ROM

June 23, 2016 Georgi Asparuhov Stadium, Sofia, BUL

June 25, 2016 Villa Contarini, Piazzola sul Brenta, ITY

September 12, 2016 Yarkon Park, Tel Aviv, ISR

September 17, 2016 F1 Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore, SIN

September 19, 2016 Nangang Exhibition Hall, Taipei, TAI

September 21, 2016 Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, JPN

September 22, 2016 Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, JPN

September 23, 2016 Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, JPN

September 26, 2016 Mercedes-Benz Arena, Shanghai, CHN

September 28, 2016 AsiaWorld–Arena, Hong Kong, HK

September 30, 2016 Impact Arena, Bangkok, THAI

2017 (with Adam Lambert)

June 23, 2017 Gila River Arena, Glendale, AZ

June 24, 2017 T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV

June 26-27, 2017 Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA

June 29, 2017 SAP Center, San Jose, CA

July 1, 2017 KeyArena, Seattle, WA

July 2, 2017 Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC

July 4, 2017 Rogers Place, Edmonton, AB

July 6, 2017 Pepsi Center, Denver, CO

July 8, 2017 CenturyLink Center, Omaha, NB

July 9, 2017 Sprint Center, Kansas City, MO

July 13, 2017 United Center, Chicago, IL

July 14, 2017 Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN

July 17, 2017 Bell Centre, Montreal, QC

July 18, 2017 Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON

July 20, 2017 The Palace Of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, MI

July 21, 2017 Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH

July 23, 2017 Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, CT

July 25, 2017 TD Garden, Boston, MA

July 26, 2017 Prudential Center, Newark, NJ

July 28, 2017 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY

July 30, 2017 Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA

July 31, 2017 Verizon Center, Washington, DC

August 2, 2017 Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, TN

August 4, 2017 American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX

August 5, 2017 Toyota Center, Houston, TX

November 1, 2017 O2 Arena, Prague, CZR

November 2, 2017 Olympiahalle, Munich, GER

November 4, 2017 Sportarena, Budapest, HUN

November 6, 2017 Atlas Arena, Lodz, POL

November 8, 2017 Stadhalle, Vienna, AUT

November 10, 2017 Unipol Arena, Bologna, ITY

November 12, 2017 Galaxie, Amneville, FRA

November 13, 2017 Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, NED

November 17, 2017 Zalgiris Arena, Kaunas, LIT

November 19, 2017 Hartwell Arena, Helsinki, FIN

November 21, 2017 Friends Arena, Stockholm, SWE

November 22, 2017 Royal Arena, Copenhagen, DEN

November 25, 2017 3 Arena, Dublin, IRE

November 26, 2017 SSE Arena, Belfast, NI

November 28, 2017 Echo Arena, Liverpool, ENG

November 30, 2017 Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham, ENG

December 1, 2017 Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, ENG

December 3, 2017 SSE Hydro, Glasgow, SCOT

December 5, 2017 Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, ENG

December 6, 2017 First Direct Arena, Leeds, ENG

December 8, 2017 Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield, ENG

December 9, 2017 Manchester Arena, Manchester, ENG

December 12-13, 2017 O2 Arena, London, UK

December 15, 2017 SSE Wembley Arena, London, ENG

December 16, 2017 Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham, ENG

February 17-18, 2018 Spark Arena, Auckland, NZ

February 21-22, 2018 Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, AUS

February 25, 2018 Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, AUS

February 27-28, 2018 Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, AUS

March 2-3, 2018 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, AUS

March 6, 2018 Perth Arena, Perth, AUS

June 7, 2018 Altice Arena, Lisbon, POR

June 9, 2018 Wizink Arena, Madrid, SPA

June 10, 2018 Palau San Jordi, Barcelona, SPA

June 13, 2018 Lanxess Arena, Cologne, GER

June 15, 2018 Jyske Bank Boxen, Herning, DEN

June 17, 2018 Telenor Arena, Oslo, NOR

June 19, 2018 Mercedes Benz Arena, Berlin, GER

June 20, 2018 Barclaycard Arena, Hamburg, GER

June 25, 2018 Forum, Milan, ITY

June 27, 2018 Ahoy, Rotterdam, NED

June 29, 2018 Sportpaleis, Antwerp, BEL

July 1, 2018 Wembley Arena, London, ENG

July 2 & 4, 2018 O2 Arena, London, ENG

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The Queen of travel

Queen Elizabeth II 1926 - 2022

Queen Elizabeth II leaves Fiji during a royal tour in February 1977. Serge Lemoine/Getty Images

The Queen of travel Journeys of a lifetime

By Francesca Street and Mark Oliver, CNN September 13, 2022

S he was traveling the moment she ascended to the throne, and for much of the next seven decades, Queen Elizabeth II criss-crossed the world. Newly married and still just a princess, Britain’s future monarch was in Kenya with husband Prince Philip in February 1952 when she learned of her father’s death and her new regal status.

During her reign she would visit more than 120 countries, witnessing first-hand the revolutions in global travel that shrank the world as her own influence over it diminished.

The Queen lived through the advent of the Jet Age, flew supersonic on the Concorde, saw regimes change, countries form and dissolve, the end of the British Empire and the rise of globalization.

Here are some of the most memorable travel moments from her 70 years as monarch.

November 24-25, 1953

Less than six months after she was crowned at Westminster Abbey in London, Queen Elizabeth set off on her travels again. Her debut official state trip was an epic six-month tour of the Commonwealth -- the alliance of nations which were once British colonies. Traveling by air, sea and land she visited several countries, accompanied by her husband, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. First stop was the North Atlantic island of Bermuda, a British territory she would visit a further four times during her reign. The trip would go on to include stops in Jamaica, Tonga, New Zealand, Australia, Cocos Islands, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), Aden (now part of Yemen), Uganda, Malta and Gibraltar.

December 19-20, 1953

At Queen Elizabeth’s coronation in June 1953, Queen Salote Tupou III of the Polynesian kingdom of Tonga won over the British public when she sat, rain-soaked, in her open carriage. They also took an interest when Elizabeth returned the visit later in the year. The two queens enjoyed an open-air feast, watched Tongan dancers and admired a tortoise that legend said was presented by explorer Captain James Cook to the King of Tonga in 1777.

December 23, 1953 – January 30, 1954

New zealand.

The Queen voyaged to New Zealand during the Antipodean summer of 1953-4. Over the course of the trip, it’s estimated that three out of every four New Zealanders got a glimpse of her. In preparation for the Queen’s visit, some New Zealand sheep were dyed in the UK flag colors of red, white and blue. The Queen returned to the country nine times over the years, including in 2002 as she marked half a century on the throne.

April 10-21, 1954

Ceylon (now sri lanka).

A visit to Ceylon, now Sri Lanka, coincided with the Queen’s 28th birthday. She visited the city of Colombo where crowds joined together to sing her “Happy Birthday.” She also visited the central city of Kandy, where she watched a procession featuring a reported 140 elephants and met local chiefs.

April 8-11, 1957

The Queen had visited France as a young princess, but her first state visit as monarch was a glamorous affair. She attended the Palais Garnier opera house in Paris, visited the Palace of Versailles, and dined at the Louvre with then-President Rene Coty. The Queen also laid a wreath on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the Arc de Triomphe and visited the Scottish Church of Paris.

October 17-20, 1957

United states.

Having met President Harry S. Truman in Washington in 1951 during a visit before ascending to the throne, Elizabeth was no stranger to America when she arrived on her first trip as Queen. Her 1957 visit marked the 350th anniversary of the first permanent British settlement on the continent, in Jamestown. The monarch attended a college football game at the former Byrd Stadium in Maryland where she watched the home team lose to North Carolina. She met with President Dwight D. Eisenhower in the White House and later traveled to New York, where she and Prince Philip drove through the streets and admired panoramic views of the city from the Empire State Building.

February 1-16, 1961

The Queen and Prince Philip visited Pakistan in 1961, arriving in the port city of Karachi after completing a visit to India as part of a wider tour of South Asia. She drove through the streets of Karachi in an open-top car, before going on to visit Lahore, where a torchlight military tattoo took place in her honor and Prince Philip played in a game of polo.

February 26 to March 1, 1961

In Nepal, the Queen inspected troops in Kathmandu and met Gurkha ex-servicemen in Pokhara. The monarch rode on an elephant and visited the Hanuman Dhoka Palace complex in Kathmandu. She took part in the rather grim spectacle of a tiger hunt although didn’t shoot any animals herself. She instead recorded the experience on cine camera – a recording device that she often carried with her on her earlier foreign trips.

March 2-6, 1961

The Queen visited pre-revolution Iran at the end of her 1961 South Asian tour. Hosted by Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, she toured ancient monuments including the ruins of Persepolis, once a capital of the Achaemenid Empire, later declared a World Heritage Site. She also saw Sheikh Lotfollah mosque in Esfahan and admired collections of the Archaeological Museum of Iran.

May 5, 1961

Vatican city.

In 1961, Elizabeth became the first British monarch to visit the Vatican. Dressed all in black, the Queen had an audience with Pope John XXIII, also attended by Prince Philip. She returned to the Vatican three more times during her reign, meeting Pope John Paul II and Pope Francis.

November 9-20, 1961

Bombing incidents in the capital Accra left officials worried about the safety of the Queen’s visit to Ghana but, after deliberation, UK Prime Minister Harold Macmillan confirmed it would go ahead. During the trip, the Queen famously shared a dance with Ghana’s then-president, Kwame Nkrumah. At the height of Cold War uncertainty, this seemingly innocuous moment was seen as significant in ensuring Ghana remained affiliated to Britain and not the USSR.

May 18-28, 1965

West germany (now germany).

The Queen’s visit to West Germany and West Berlin was viewed as a symbolic gesture of goodwill in the post-World War II landscape. It was the first royal trip to German territory for more than 50 years and photographs such as one of the Queen and Prince Philip in a car driving past the Brandenburg Gate had symbolic resonance.

November 5-11, 1968

Queen Elizabeth became the first reigning British monarch to visit South America when she landed in Brazil in late 1968. During the trip, the Queen wore a striking jewelry set made of Brazilian aquamarine, gifted to her in 1953 by the Brazilian president and added to over time. The monarch also attended a football match between Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, and presented the winner’s trophy to Brazilian footballer Pele.

October 18-25, 1971

On the first of two trips to Turkey -- the second took place in 2008 -- the Queen visited the Gallipoli peninsula to remember the Allied soldiers who died there during World War I. The monarch also explored the ruins of the ancient Greek empire city of Ephesus. A media highlight of the visit came when she was photographed leaping ashore from a barge, after disembarking from her ship, the Royal Yacht Britannia.

February 10-15, 1972

Accompanied by Prince Philip and daughter Princess Anne, the Queen was greeted on arrival in Bangkok by a carpet of flower petals. The monarch was given a golden key to the city of Bangkok, attended a state banquet and visited Bang Pa-In Palace, the Thai royal family’s summer residence, north of the capital.

October 17-21, 1972

The Queen’s visit to Yugoslavia was her first trip to a communist country. The Central European country no longer exists -- the areas that the Queen visited are now part of Croatia. During her trip, she met Yugoslav political leader Josip Broz Tito and traveled on his famous Blue Train.

February 15-16, 1974

New hebrides (now vanuatu).

The Queen and Prince Philip visited the Pacific island archipelago of Vanuatu, then known as the New Hebrides, in 1974. It’s said the royal couple’s visit to Vanuatu may have strengthened the belief among some locals on Tanna island that the Duke of Edinburgh was a divine being.

February 24-March 1, 1975

On her first of two visits to Mexico, the Queen toured ancient sites -- including the pyramids of Uxmal, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The monarch also received local crafts, met school children and attended a banquet. While she was driven through Mexico City, the Queen was showered in confetti.

February 17-20, 1979

Saudi arabia.

In 1979, the Queen became the first female head of state to visit Saudi Arabia, on a tour of Gulf States. At Riyadh Airport, she was met by King Khalid bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, pictured. The outfits she wore on the trip were carefully designed in accordance with Saudi Arabia’s conservative dress code for women. The Queen arrived on a British Airways supersonic Concorde aircraft and during the visit attended camel races and toured the National Museum.

October 26-27, 1982

The Queen visited Tuvalu, a group of nine islands in the South Pacific, in 1982. Upon arrival, the Queen and Prince Philip were carried in a flower-filled canoe from sea to shore. Thirty years later, in 2012, Prince William visited Tuvalu with his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, who drank a coconut from a tree planted by Queen Elizabeth on this 1982 visit.

February 26 – March 6, 1983

On a star-studded trip to the United States, the Queen toured the 20th Century-Fox studios in Hollywood with then-First Lady Nancy Reagan and met Frank Sinatra, who she’d previously met in the 1950s, at a party given in her honor. The Queen and Prince Philip also visited Yosemite National Park in California, pictured.

November 10-14, 1983

The Queen returned to Kenya in 1983 for a state visit. When she was there 31 years previously, she'd learned that her father had passed away and she had become Britain’s reigning monarch. In 1983, the Queen and Prince Philip revisited the Treetops hotel, pictured, where they were staying at the time she was told the news.

October 12-18, 1986

The Queen’s trip to China was the first -- and, so far, only -- state visit by a British monarch to China. With Prince Philip by her side, the Queen visited the Great Wall of China, pictured, as well as the Forbidden City in Beijing.

October 17-20, 1994

In 1994, in another royal first, the Queen visited Russia. Over the three-day trip, the Queen met Moscow mayor Yuri Luzhkov, pictured here with the monarch outside St Basil’s Cathedral, as well as Russian President Boris Yeltsin. The Queen also attended the Bolshoi Ballet. In her traditional Christmas Day speech broadcast later that year, the Queen reflected on how times had changed, noting she “never thought it would be possible in [her] lifetime” to attend a service in Moscow’s famous cathedral.

March 19-25, 1995

South africa.

In 1994, after apartheid ended, South Africa rejoined the Commonwealth as a republic. The following year, the Queen traveled there, in a visit designed to renew ties between the two countries. The Queen met with President Nelson Mandela, pictured, and presented him with the Order of Merit.

October 12-18, 1997

The Queen visited India for the third time in 1997, her first public engagement since Princess Diana’s funeral just weeks before. The trip marked 50 years since India’s independence from Britain. Most memorably, the monarch visited the site of the Amritsar massacre, also known as the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, of April 13, 1919. She also expressed regret at a state banquet in New Delhi for the “distressing” episode in which British soldiers gunned down hundreds of unarmed civilians. The gesture was seen by some as inadequate. “The Queen is doing everything she can to make India like her. But so far it does not seem to be working,” wrote the UK’s Independent newspaper at the time.

October 4-15, 2002

The Queen visited Canada many times. In 2002, her trip to the North American country coincided with her Golden Jubilee festivities, celebrating 50 years of her reign. During the trip, the Queen attended an ice hockey game between the Vancouver Canucks and the San Jose Sharks, and dropped the ceremonial puck.

March 11-16, 2006

The Queen visited Australia 16 times as Head of State. In 2006, she traveled to Melbourne to open the Commonwealth Games. She was greeted by a welcoming party in Canberra, visited the Sydney Opera House, attended a Commonwealth Day service in St. Andrew’s Cathedral and toured Admiralty House, the Sydney residence of the Governor-General of Australia.

May 17-20, 2011

The Queen’s trip to Dublin was the first time a British monarch had set foot in the Irish Republic since its 1922 independence. At Dublin Castle the Queen delivered a well-received speech on the history of Anglo-Irish relations. In County Tipperary, she also toured the medieval Rock of Cashel, pictured, once a seat of power for Ireland’s ancient kings.

November 26-28, 2015

From 1949 to 1951, before she was Queen, Elizabeth and Prince Philip lived in Malta. In 2015, the monarch paid her last visit to the island, touring the Grand Harbour in a Maltese fishing boat and waving to members of the British Royal Navy.

United Kingdom

In the later years of her reign, the Queen cut back on foreign travel, passing on the mantle to the younger royals. In more recent years, royal tours have also been looked at with more skeptical eyes, as Britain reckons with its colonial past.

While she didn't travel abroad in the later years of her reign, the Queen continued to vacation in the UK. Most notably, the Queen’s ties with Scotland remained strong throughout her reign and her residence there, Balmoral Castle, was a favorite refuge. It was at Balmoral that the Queen died on September 8, 2022.

Queen: Rock Tour

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The game follows the structure of similar rhythm games such as Rock Band and Guitar Hero, tapping buttons to emulate some of Queen's greatest hits, and performing in concerts throughout the band's history.

  • 1.1 Gameplay
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History [ ]

Gameplay [ ].

Currently, the free version of the game provides the Queen II Tour (alongside the Rock Star mode for We Are the Champions ), but in order to play further in the game one would have to purchase the full game for $2.99.

The player is put in the shoes of the legendary rock band Queen, playing shows from the Queen II Tour in 1974 to the Kind of Magic Tour in 1986. Each tour has two songs from each album that can be played in a rhythm style game in a similar vein to the gameplay of Rock Band.

Tours

Teaser advertisement displaying the different tours in the game.

While fully immersed in the Queen universe, players can progress and score points by playing guitar, drums, bass or singing vocals as May, Roger Taylor, John Deacon or Freddie Mercury along to such iconic hits as Bohemian Rhapsody , We Will Rock You , Radio Ga Ga , I Want to Break Free and We Are The Champions , and 15 others, while rocking stages at 10 historic concert venues around the world, including London, Tokyo, Houston, Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro.

Additionally, they can potentially earn Queen Coins or new Memories from each song the player completes.

Queen Coins can spent on outfits and special moves for members of the band. [1]

More than 40 official and classic costumes, trivia and exclusive images from the official Queen archives can be unlocked with high scores in the game that comes as the group celebrates its 50th anniversary. And while the band was hoping to share its Golden Jubilee with fans this year, their 29-date European stadium and arena tour planned for 2021 has been delayed until 2022 due to the pandemic.

Track Listings [ ]

Gallery [ ].

Main article: Queen: Rock Tour/Gallery

References [ ]

  • ↑ "Queen: Rock Tour Is Packed With Great Music, Not Ads And Microtransactions" . kotaku.com 2021-03-01. https://kotaku.com/queen-rock-tour-is-packed-with-great-music-not-ads-an-1846416911
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