Queen + Adam Lambert‘s U.K. and European “Rhapsody Tour” dates have been postponed to next year.
This is the second time that the tour is being moved to a future date due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“Under continuing Europe-wide Covid restrictions there’s no possible way the tour can go ahead as planned for this year,” Queen‘s Brian May and Roger Taylor and singer Adam Lambert said in a statement.
They added, “The prospect of again not being able to look forward to performing and getting to experience those wonderful audiences is just heartbreaking.”
Queen + Adam Lambert have announced a new and expanded set of 2022 dates, adding two shows in Glasgow. Tickets for the two extra U.K. shows at Glasgow’s Hydro venue on June 2 and 3 are now for sale at https://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/venueartist/444745/1971833.
The 29 rescheduled shows will include a marathon 10-night residency at London’s The O2, plus a pair of concerts apiece in both Manchester and Birmingham.
The previously scheduled 13 mainland Europe shows follow the U.K. dates throughout late June and July.
Promoters for the “Rhapsody Tour” confirmed that all previously purchased tickets will be valid for the corresponding rescheduled shows. Ticket holders will be contacted by their point of purchase for information on ticket exchanges for the new dates.
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