QUEEN + Adam Lambert brought their highly anticipated ‘Rhapsody Tour’ to Philadelphia for a sold out show at the Wells Fargo Center lastnight (Aug. 3) with Brian May on guitar, Roger Taylor on drums and Lambert on vocals. They brought a larger than life production along with them for their biggest tour yet including big vibrant visuals perfectly matching each song, elaborate attire, lasers, a disco ball, crown that rose to the top of the stage and a blistering rock show full of anthemic hit songs like “Killer Queen,” “Somebody to Love,” “Another One Bites The Dust,” “I Want It All,” “Under Pressure,” “Fat Bottom Girls” and of course the fan-favorites worldwide phenomenons “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “We Are The Champions” and “We Will Rock You.” All of those songs and more filled their 2-hour, 27-song set.
During “Fat Bottom Girls” the sold out crowd seen the Philadelphia Eagles cheerleaders on stage shaking their pom pom’s along to the beat of the song which fans seemed to really enjoy the addition to the already extraordinary one-of-a-kind concert from a truly iconic rock band.
Lambert definitely living up to the hype of being the bands frontman for the last several years with impeccable vocals and stage presence similar to Queen’s late frontman, Freddie Mercury, as well as helping to keep the bands historic legacy alive and on the road for fans to adore. Queen and Adam Lambert will continue to rock their way through summer on their legendary ‘Rhapsody Tour,’ make sure you get out and see one of the shows! For tickets and show information check out their website, HERE.
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