Queen and Adam Lambert extend their UK arena tour
Queen have extended their UK arena run with pop singer Adam Lambert.
The stadium rock legends, who currently consist of guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor as well as a large backing band, will play 10 arena shows across the UK next year.
The tour's first run begins in Newcastle on January 13th and ends on January 24th at Nottingham's Capital FM Arena. The band have now added a second spate of shows, beginning at London's Wembley Arena on February 24th, then moving on to Liverpool Echo Arena on February 26th and Sheffield Motorpoint Arena on February 27th.
This is the second major tour Queen have undertaken with Lambert, who found fame after coming second on American Idol. They released a new album of rarities on Monday (November 10th), which is titled Queen Forever. You can preview it on the right of the page.
Queen/Adam Lambert will play:
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (January 13)
Glasgow Hydro Arena (14)
London O2 Arena (17)
Leeds First Direct Arena (20)
Manchester Arena (21)
Birmingham National Indoor Arena (23)
Nottingham Capital FM Arena (24)
London Wembley Arena (February 24)
Liverpool Echo Arena (26)
Sheffield Motorpoint Arena (27)