New York, NY (PRWEB) March 13, 2014
Ticket Down announces that one of the most anticipated tours of 2014 will be the joint effort between Queen and Adam Lambert. The pop star and the legendary rock group have performed together before and will look to have a great trek across the United States and Canada. This could possibly be the final time Queen tours on North American soil and they will happily go out with Lambert performing the vocals of all their most popular songs. This 19-date tour will take them to many popular venues including the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Their concert at the ACC is on Sunday, July 13th.
The original members of Queen, Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor, John Deacon and Brian May performed together from 1966 until 1991 when Mercury passed away from complications of AIDS. In 1997, Deacon retired, leaving just May and Taylor to live up to the Queen name. They haven’t toured as much over the past 15 years, but have found time in their schedule to perform with Lambert on several occasions.
The first time Queen and Lambert performed together was during the eighth season of American Idol. From there, the group performed together at the MTV Europe Music Awards and several dates across Europe, as well as a performance at the 2013 iHeart Music Festival where they were one of the most talked about performances.
Lambert first became a well-known musician during his time on Idol. He finished second on the show behind Kris Allen, but immediately signed a record deal. That record deal has led to two album release, For Your Entertainment and Trespassing. The former sold more than 830,000 copies across the United States and the latter opened up as the No. 1 album on the Billboard charts. With his No. 1 album, he became the first openly gay musician to be able to make that claim.
The Air Canada Centre is one of the most popular venues in all of Canada. The facility opened in 1999 and is the home of the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League and the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association. In the past, the venue has hosted other musical acts including The Tragically Hip, Bon Jovi, U2, The Police, Rush and The Spice Girls. The venue can seat close to 20,000 fans for concerts and with this possibly being the final stop for Queen in Toronto, the tickets may sell out quickly.
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