Having just announced 26-date tour of America, it has been confirmed that Adam Lambert and Queen will once again tour the UK, following dates in Europe.
The news sees the group and the singer taking to the road again with a brand new and spectacular stage production as well as a set list that will have a few surprises thrown in along the way.
Adam Lambert rose to fame following his appearance on American Idol, finding solo success before touring with and joining Queen in 2011, taking the place of the late Freddie Mercury as lead vocalist.
Touring the UK from the 25th November, this will be the first full length UK tour in nearly three years, last performing on a British stage together in January 2015 when they played 10 sold out shows.
For their 2017 tour, the band will present a brand new show that will include a specially designed production. While the set list is rumoured to include some surprises, there will also be high expectation that the show will acknowledge 2017’s 40th anniversary of Queen’s biggest-selling studio album to date, News of the World from 1977, which of course features the classic Queen songs ‘We Will Rock You’ and ‘We are the Champions’.
The tour dates are as follows:
Sat 25 November – 3 Arena, Dublin
Sun 26 November – SSE Arena, Belfast
Tue 28 November – Echo Arena, Liverpool
Thu 30 November – Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
Fri 1 December – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
Sun 3 December – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Tue 5 December – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Wed 6 December – First Direct Arena, Leeds
Fri 8 December – Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield
Sat 9 December – Arena, Manchester
Tue 12 December – O2 Arena, London
Fri 15 December – The SSE Arena, Wembley, London