They canfill stadiums. One or two Wembley if it is their final gigs and one stadium of 25000 - 30000 capacity in each of their major European markets. So they have the opportunity of 10 - 12 gigs across the Europe.
Stadium, plus a good bill = KERCHING
With the obligatory guests during the set to make the floating fans happy for some bad instagramable footage. OMG The 1975 joined them for a song I don't know!!!! OMG!! etc
Would be great to see them do some REALLY small places just because why not. Create a buzz.
Yes. I've seen them 3 times. Both periods. The sketchy first stuff era 2014 and what was it, 2017?/18?
LA show where we actually got some rock songs from NOTW. That was cool.
Problem is delivery. Unless it's gay support or some Q+AL+others as Dysan suggested there'd prob be a cut off from indoor to outdoor gigs.
Sure they could perform at em, but would they be 75% +attended and could Adam captivate an audience for 2 hours?
When QPR did that recorded Ukraine gig it was a one off and it had not been saturated, but ALSO "BROGER" were more mobile and that was a while ago.
Still, depending on the location yeah they could do it.
One offs like that. Mexico, Argentina etc. Maybe.
I don't mean to say the music's unpopular, I'm suggesting Lambert couldn't bring the rock antics enough to "slay" an audience
I’m not expecting any movement in Europe until Brexit is sorted. You can’t plan an operation like that if you don’t know what red tape you’ll have to jump through in all the different countries...
Queen are not the only band, plenty of others are touring Europe/UK this year. And there are some tours already booked though unannounced for next year
A lot of Queen's touring organisation takes place in Switzerland which is not in the EU and has never been a problem. Like most big bands they your with equipment that is sourced in many countries. The trucks are unloaded and loaded in secure areas. The equipment and staff travel (in effect) within a sealed unit with declarations and Carnets that cover what the trucks are carrying.
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I doubt that they would fill Wembley Stadium.
They might, they've just added a second Melbourne show due to demand, I'd rather see them in an arena though so hoping they don't just do stadiums.
At the moment their profile is sky high and they'll easily sell three stadium shows in the UK plus others in Europe.
Like you I prefer arenan's. . . But it's amazing how small an arena can seem if you've just come off a string of stadium shows
They definitely don't need any help from other artists to sell out Wembley (not sure about other UK stadiums). There's always huge demand for Queen + AL in London. What worries me if I'd be able to afford the early entrance/premium tickets. Ticket prices from the USA/ Australia are scary.