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Date
06/29/2021
20:00 - 23:00
Location
Olympic Hall
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Organizer
Live Nation GmbH
New Date! Queen + Adam Lambert

The „Rhapsody“ - Tour

New Date! Queen + Adam Lambert

With great regret Queen + Adam Lambert have announced the postponement of their "Rhapsody Tour". Due to the ongoing exceptional situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic, all 27 concerts have been postponed by exactly one year, from the end of May to the beginning of July 2021. The concert in the Olympic Hall will now take place on June 29, 2021 instead of June 29, 2020. Tickets purchased in advance remain valid!

In a press release the band expressed their dismay, but at the same time stated that there was no alternative in view of the development. Brian May explained: "We are very sad about the postponement of our European tour, but in the anomalous state of our world, it cannot surprise our fans. ... The good news is that we have a plan B," May added. "So please keep your tickets, which are now valid for the rescheduled shows!

On their "Rhapsody" Tour, Queen + Adam Lambert are all set to present their show in Munich in June that will leave all previous shows in the shade, triggering ecstatic responses worldwide.

One of the first European concerts since the release of the movie blockbuster "Bohemian Rhapsody", which recounted the illustrious history of this unique band. Fans can look forward to a sensational arena production of these champions of rock music.

The iconic rockers are fronted by lead singer Adam Lambert, taking the band to new heights with his stylish mix of theatrics, sex appeal and powerful vocals. With this format, Queen is heading for new heights! A special feature are the memorable video clips of the band with Freddy Mercury.

Stage design, visual effects, and technology are the hallmarks of these high-impact Queen + Adam Lambert shows, that focus on their greatest hits. Featuring no less than 29 songs, the "Rhapsody" tour is considered a watershed event, setting a high bar for live performance experiences.

The outstanding reviews of the "Rhapsody Tour" show makes it a ‘must-see’ event. “Featuring the biggest singles catalogue of the rock era", according to one news headline. "The best arena show ever", shouted another. "Yes, they are the champions" and: "Queen + Adam Lambert honour their legacy in every way". Critics and fans all agree that Queen boasts a unique rock legacy, their music combining nostalgia and contemporaneity.