Queen and Adam Lambert stream special hour-long show of tour highlights

It streamed on the day the band would've finished up their huge 'Rhapsody' UK arena tour

Queen and Adam Lambert have streamed a special tour highlights show on YouTube this weekend.

Yesterday (June 21) would’ve marked the end of the band’s huge ‘Rhapsody’ UK arena tour with a show at The O2 in London.

To mark the occasion, the band hosted a “tour watch party” on YouTube, an hour-long compiled show featuring highlights from previous tours.

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Watch the full show below.

The description of the show reads: “Queen + Adam Lambert are out to prove that even in these lockdown times the show can still go on. Having been forced by the coronavirus outbreak to postpone their much anticipated ‘Rhapsody’ summer tour, the band instead are providing an all access pass to a special online show on the day that would have marked that final O2 London concert.”

Queen guitarist Brian May recently thanked fans for the “overwhelming love and support” they showed him after revealing that he had recently suffered a “small” heart attack that left him “close to death” after a gardening accident.

Queen and Adam Lambert recently shared dates for their rescheduled ‘Rhapsody’ UK and European tour. See the original and rescheduled tour dates below.

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Sun 24 May 2020 – Bologna, Unipol Arena – Sun 23 May 2021
Tue 26 May 2020 – Paris, AccorHotels Arena – Wed 26 May 2021
Wed 27 May2020 – Antwerp, Sportspalais – Thu 27 May 2021
Fri 29 May 2020 – Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome – Sat 29 May 2021
Sat 30 May 2020 – Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome – Sun 30 May 2021
Tue 2 June 2020 – London, The O2 – Tue 1 June 2021
Wed 3 June 2020 – London, The O2 – Wed 2 June 2021
Fri 5 June 2020 – London, The O2 – Fri 4 June 2021
Sat 6 June 2020 – London, The O2 – Sat 5 June 2021
Mon 8 June 2020 – London, The O2 – Mon 7 June 2021
Tue 9 June 2020 – London, The O2 – Tue 8 June 2021
Thu 11 June 2020 – Manchester, Manchester Arena – Thu 10 June 2021
Fri 12 June 2020 – Manchester, Manchester Arena- Fri 11 June 2021
Sun 14 June 2020 – Birmingham, Utilita Arena – Sun 13 June 2021
Mon 15 June 2020 – Birmingham, Utilita Arena – Mon 14 June 2021
Wed 17 June 2020 – London, The O2 – Wed 16 June 2021
The 18 June 2020 – London, The O2 – Thu 17 June 2021
Sat 20 June 2020 – London, The O2- Sat 19 June 2021
Sun 21 June 2020 – London, The O2 – Sun 20 June 2021
Wed 24 June 2020 – Berlin, Mercedes-Benz Arena – Thu 24 June 2021
Fri 26 June 2020 – Cologne, Lanxess Arena – Sat 26 June 2021
Sun 28 June 2020 – Zurich, Hallenstadion – Mon 28 June 2021
Mon 29 June 2020 – Munich, Olympiahalle – Tue 29 June 2021
Wed 1 July 2020 – Copenhagen, Royal Arena – Thu 1 July 2021
Thu 2 July 2020 – Copenhagen, Royal Arena – Fri 2 July 2021
Tue 7 July 2020 – Madrid, WiZink CenterTue 6 July 2021
Wed 8 July 2020 – Madrid, WiZink Center – Wed 7 July 2021

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