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Queen announces new material featuring Adam Lambert AND Freddie Mercury

Details have been released for Rhapsody Over London, a new concert film featuring Queen and Adam Lambert.

Filmed during the band’s 10-night, sold-out run at London’s O2 Arena last month, the 28-song extravaganza was captured by 26 cameras and worked on by over 100 film technicians. This concert film will premiere on Kisme’s global streaming platform on July 24 where it will thereafter be available on demand until July 31. Tickets for this exclusive virtual event can be purchased here.

As an added incentive, ticket holders will be able to submit questions until July 19 for a live Q&A from Brian May, Roger Taylor and Lambert that will take place backstage from the Nokia Theater in Tampere, Finland on July 24. Ticket purchases will also be accompanied with exciting VOD extras like access to the acclaimed 2019 documentary The Show Must Go On, The Queen + Adam Lambert Story.

The announcement for Rhapsody Over London comes on the heels of a recent announcement from Queen about an unreleased song with legendary front man Freddie Mercury Called “Face It Alone” that is due out in September. The song comes from the band’s recording sessions for the album “The Miracle” from 1989. It’s a good time to be a Queen fan!

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John A. Hernandez is a staff writer for Queer Forty with a focus on entertainment. He is also a writer for Vacationer Magazine and a contributor to Bear World Magazine and Gayming Magazine. He has a special love for all things horror and Halloween. He currently resides with his husband in New York City.

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