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Queen Symphonic, featuring members of We Will Rock You, to tour UK (2020)

Queen Symphonic

Story by Jack Foley

QUEEN Symphonic allows Queen fans the chance to experience the unforgettable magic of Queen, in a rock and symphonic spectacular celebrating the greatest hits of the band.

The live show features four rock vocalists who starred in We Will Rock You together with a five piece rock band and symphony orchestra!

The Queen Symphony spectacular comes to the UK in February 2020 for nine shows and takes in the London Palladium on February 24.

The show includes full symphonic arrangements blended with a great rock band and performers honouring the greatest hits of Queen: Bohemian Rhapsody, We Are the Champions, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, We Will Rock You and more…

The London show will see the performers accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.

Tickets for the shows cost between £46, £41 and £35 except at London where it will be £52, £47, £41 and £35.

The tour dates are (all February 2020)

15 – Birmingham Symphony Hall – with the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
16 – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall – with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra
18 – Sheffield City Hall – with the Hallam Sinfonia Orchestra
19 – Liverpool Philharmonic Hall – with the Heart of England Philharmonic Orchestra
21 – Harrogate Convention Centre Auditorium – with the Heart of England Philharmonic Orchestra
22 – Cardiff St David’s Hall – with the Heart of England Philharmonic Orchestra
24 – London Palladium – with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra
25 – Bournemouth Pavilion – with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
26 – Eastbourne Congress Theatre – with the Heart of England Philharmonic Orchestra

Tickets available from the venues direct or the 24 hour ticket hotline on 0844 888 9991.

Queen Symphonic: A Rock Orchestra Experience has been performed to sell out audiences in the UK and globally with leading orchestras including Sydney Symphony Orchestra; Tokyo Philharmonic; Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Colorado Symphony Orchestra; The Halle; and many more.

The concert was also recorded for a BBC Radio 2 ‘Friday Night Is Music Night’ special, live from the London Coliseum.