The iconic collaboration are currently on the Asian leg of their Rhapsody tour, having performed in Osaka, Japan last night. They’ll soon be heading off to Australia and New Zealand for their Oceania tour, while European dates are set for May, June and July. As for the UK, Queen and Adam Lambert will perform 10 nights at London’s O2 plus two at Manchester Arena – all of which are sold out.
But now Queen and Adam Lambert have announced two more UK tour dates, adding a third UK city in Birmingham.
The band will be performing at Arena Birmingham on June 14 and 15.
Tickets for the two shows will go on sale on January 29 at 10 am GMT and are priced from £45, being available on Ticketmaster and Queen Online.
Queen and Adam Lambert have made it clear that these two extra dates “are the final shows to be added and the last opportunity to see the band perform in the UK in 2020.”
Speaking in Japan with Asahi Shimbun, Brian May highlighted what fans can expect from the eclectic Rhapsody tour show that is heading all over the world this year.
The 72-year-old said: “There’s a lot of highlights for us. This new production it very new and very different.”
“It’s very dramatic, very picturesque as we always have been I suppose.
“But it takes it to a new place and we now have a stage rig; a production that is able to change its form.”