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Queen live on tour: Queen + A. Lambert 2017

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Tour itinerary [63 concerts]
22.06.2017  Los Angeles, USA Concert info 10.11.2017  Bologna, Italy Concert info
23.06.2017  Phoenix, USA Concert info 12.11.2017  Amneville, France Concert info
24.06.2017  Las Vegas, USA Concert info 13.11.2017  Amsterdam, Netherlands Concert info
26.06.2017  Los Angeles, USA Concert info 17.11.2017  Kaunas, Lithuania Concert info
27.06.2017  Los Angeles, USA Concert info 19.11.2017  Helsinki, Finland Concert info
29.06.2017  San Jose, USA Concert info 21.11.2017  Stockholm, Sweden Concert info
01.07.2017  Seattle, USA Concert info 22.11.2017  Copenhagen, Denmark Concert info
02.07.2017  Vancouver, Canada Concert info 25.11.2017  Dublin, Ireland Concert info
04.07.2017  Edmonton, Canada Concert info 26.11.2017  Belfast, UK Concert info
06.07.2017  Denver, USA Concert info 28.11.2017  Liverpool, UK Concert info
08.07.2017  Omaha, USA Concert info 30.11.2017  Birmingham, UK Concert info
09.07.2017  Kansas City, USA Concert info 01.12.2017  Newcastle, UK Concert info
13.07.2017  Chicago, USA Concert info 03.12.2017  Glasgow, UK Concert info
14.07.2017  St. Paul, USA Concert info 05.12.2017  Nottingham, UK Concert info
17.07.2017  Montreal, Canada Concert info 06.12.2017  Leeds, UK Concert info
18.07.2017  Toronto, Canada Concert info 08.12.2017  Sheffield, UK Concert info
20.07.2017  Detroit, USA Concert info 09.12.2017  Manchester, UK Concert info
21.07.2017  Cleveland, USA Concert info 12.12.2017  London, UK Concert info
23.07.2017  Uncasville, USA Concert info 13.12.2017  London, UK Concert info
25.07.2017  Boston, USA Concert info 15.12.2017  London, UK Concert info
26.07.2017  Newark, USA Concert info 16.12.2017  Birmingham, UK Concert info
28.07.2017  New York, USA Concert info 17.02.2018  Auckland, New Zealand Concert info
30.07.2017  Philadelphia, USA Concert info 18.02.2018  Auckland, New Zealand Concert info
31.07.2017  Washington, USA Concert info 21.02.2018  Sydney, Australia Concert info
02.08.2017  Nashville, USA Concert info 22.02.2018  Sydney, Australia Concert info
04.08.2017  Dallas, USA Concert info 24.02.2018  Brisbane, Australia Concert info
05.08.2017  Houston, USA Concert info 27.02.2018  Adelaide, Australia Concert info
01.11.2017  Prague, Czech Republic Concert info 28.02.2018  Adelaide, Australia Concert info
02.11.2017  Munich, Germany Concert info 02.03.2018  Melbourne, Australia Concert info
04.11.2017  Budapest, Hungary Concert info 03.03.2018  Melbourne, Australia Concert info
06.11.2017  Lodz, Poland Concert info 06.03.2018  Perth, Australia Concert info
08.11.2017  Vienna, Austria Concert info  

The 40th anniversary of News Of The World brought not only a visually interesting stage (with a really cool visualisation of the NOTW robot) but also some new additions to the setlist. Adam's new track TwoFux stayed in the setlist for the whole US leg tour to be replaced by Whataya Want From Me for the first half of the European tour. Sadly the highly interesting versions of It's Late and Spread Your Wings were removed after a couple of gigs. You Take My Breath Away is featured only in form of a short taped intro and Freddie's Day-O vocal improvisation comes from Wembley 1986.

The otherwise visually interesting intro consits just of a short version of We Will Rock You. I really miss powerful intro songs such as Procession/Now I'm Here or Surf's Up School's Out or Flash's Theme. Starting with a slow song from the encore is not a way to leave the audience stunned and amazed.

Still - this has been by far the best Queen + Adam Lambert tour so far. Adam's singing became more civil (no more of that annoying screaming exhibition) and visually this was a truly amazing stage with great lighting and above all great sound in all the venues! As much as I don't like Adam Lambert I still enjoyed this tour VERY MUCH.

P.S. The very first gig was a part of Jimmy Kimmel's outdoor mini-concert series.

P.P.S. I've also included the Australian leg (2018) because of the identical setlist.

Typical setlist
01. We Will Rock You (intro) 15. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
02. Hammer To Fall 16. Drum Battle
03. Stone Cold Crazy 17. Under Pressure
04. Tie Your Mother Down 18. I Want To Break Free
05. Another One Bites The Dust 19. You Take My Breath Away (intro)
06. Fat Bottomed Girls 20. Who Wants To Live Forever
07. Killer Queen 21. Guitar Solo
08. Don't Stop Me Now 22. Radio Ga Ga
09. Bicycle Race 23. Bohemian Rhapsody
10. I'm In Love With My Car 24. Day-O (Wembley '86 vocal improvisation)
11. Get Down Make Love 25. We Will Rock You
12. I Want It All 26. We Are The Champions
13. Love Of My Life 27. God Save The Queen
14. Somebody To Love  

Tracks played only scarcely
Two Fux (US tour)
Whataya Want From Me
It's Late (first half of the European tour)
Spread Your Wings (first half of the US tour)
A Kind Of Magic (most European concerts, Australian leg)
These Are The Days Of Our Lives (Liverpool and Birmingham only)
Tavaszi Szél Vizet Áraszt (Budapest)
Hide Your Love Away (Liverpool)
Leaning On A Lamppost (Manchester)
Waltzing Matilda (first night in Adelaide)
Land Down Under (second night in Adelaide, second night in Melbourne)
Highway To Hell (first night in Melbourne)
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