Queen Unveiled North American Tour Dates

Band Queen, with Paul Rodgers subbing for late singer Freddie Mercury, said Tuesday it will begin a six-week tour of North America on March 3 in Miami


British rock band Queen says hello to North America as they unveiled Tuesday that they are going to embark on a six-week tour there, beginning March 3 in Miami. The music group's guitarist Brian May, drummer Roger Taylor and Bad Company frontman Paul Rodgers will altogether perform in front of their many fans.

The tour reportedly will feature video footage of late singer Freddie Mercury who died of AIDS in 1991. Besides, it will also include three dates in California: San Diego (April 1), Anaheim (April 3) and San Jose (April 5), and will wrap April 13 in Vancouver, B.C. For the complete dates click on the band's official sites.

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