Adam Lambert Shares The New Dates For Queen’s The Rhapsody Tour Added Due To Popular Demand
The pop-rock singer Adam Lambert shared a tweet on his official Twitter account and announced that some new show dates have been added to the upcoming Rhapsody Tour with Queen on popular demand. Lambert declared that extra shows will take place in both Belfast and Helsinki.
As you may know, Adam Lambert, songwriter, and singer, joined the eleventh season of American Idol in 2011. During that season, the six finalists, including Lambert, were to appear on stage with the legendary rock band Queen. A year after the show, two members of the band, Brian May and Roger Taylor scheduled a couple more shows with Lambert.
After the lead singer of the band, Freddie Mercury’s death, Queen kept on their careers and began collaborating with other talented artists. Before they collaborated with Adam Lambert in 2012, they were doing shows and tours with Paul Rodgers from Bad Company.
The dates for the upcoming Queen + Adam Lambert Rhapsody Tour had been revised several times because of the pandemic. The updated tour dates were shared recently. Lambert has also announced on Twitter that there will be extra show dates on popular demand in Ireland and Finland.
Here is what he said in his tweet:
“Ireland and Finland are ready for some live shows! Due to popular demand, extra extra dates have been added in Belfast & Helsinki!”
Take a look at the original tweet below.
Ireland and Finland are ready for some live shows! Due to popular demand, extra extra dates have been added in Belfast & Helsinki! 🇮🇪👑🇫🇮@QueenWillRock @DrBrianMay @OfficialRMT https://t.co/Sj9sbgJgbX pic.twitter.com/tCOwTYNxyq
— ADAM LAMBERT (@adamlambert) May 26, 2021