Legendary rock act Queen has announced that they will be returning to Australia next year for a slew of massive stadium shows. Brian May, Roger Taylor and Lambert will be joined Adam Lambert on vocals. Lambert has been touring with the band since 2011.

The band will be playing six stadium shows on the tour; kicking things off at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on 13th of February, before moving to ANZ Stadium in Sydney on 15th February, AAMI Park in Melbourne on 19th of February, Optus Stadium in Perth on 23rd February, Adelaide Oval on 26th of February and finishing things off at Metricon Stadium in the Gold Coast on 29th February.

The last time the band were here was in 2018. Considering the astronomical success of the Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody, its safe to assume that the band have legions of new fans desperate to see them perform.

Tour dates and ticket information below.

Watch: Queen + Adam Lambert – ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’


2020 ‘Rhapsody’
Australian Tour

Tickets on sale 10:30am AEST, Monday, 15th April

Thursday, 13th February
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Tickets: Ticketek

Saturday, 15th February
ANZ Stadium, Sydney
Tickets: Ticketek

Wednesday, 19th February
AAMI Park, Melbourne
Tickets: Ticketek

Sunday, 23rd February
Optus Stadium, Perth
Tickets: Ticketek

Wednesday, 26th February
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Tickets: Ticketek

Saturday, 29th February
Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast
Tickets: Ticketek

To celebrate Queen heading back down under, why don’t you check out a few of their most legendary live performances.

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