Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 15, 2014
Ticket Down announces that one of the most anticipated tours of 2014 is the joint trip between Queen and Adam Lambert. Queen currently features Brian May and Roger Taylor, both original members, and in what could possibly be their final tour across North America, this 19-date journey with Lambert will be a memorable event for their fans. The tour will take these two acts to many of the most popular venues on the continent including the Toyota Center in Houston, TX; Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT; and the United Center in Chicago, IL. The latter will be the first show on the tour and will set the pace for the rest of the tour.
This isn’t the first time that Lambert would have joined Queen on stage. Back when he was a contestant on American Idol, Lambert – the second place finisher on the shows eighth season – took the place of Freddie Mercury during a performance and the three men maintained a friendship ever since. Mercury was an original member of the group, but passed away in 1991 and the other original member John Deacon retired in 1997. After the Idol performance, Lambert and Queen performed together at the MTV Europe Music Awards, iHeart Radio Music Festival and several dates in Europe.
Queen is considered by many to be one of the top musical groups in the world. Their album catalog features many records that have been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America for selling more than a million copies and have reached the No. 1 spot around the world. Among their most popular songs include the monster hit, “Bohemian Rhapsody,” which is still one of the top rock ballads of all-time.
Lambert burst onto the music scene in 2009 on Idol and after finishing second on the show, has had a stellar career and has become a major player in the LGBT community. His second album, Trespassing, opened on the Billboard album charts at the No. 1 spot, making him the first-ever openly gay artist to achieve that.
When Lambert and Queen take the stage at the United Center, they will be doing so in a stadium that is normally the home of Chicago Bulls of the National Basketball Association and the Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League. The venue opened in 194 and can seat more than 23,500 fans for concert events.
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