Following the success of last year’s sold out UK tour, the brain child of Queen drummer Roger Taylor and guitarist Brian May - The Queen Extravaganza - returns to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the band’s iconic album, ‘A Night At The Opera’.
And The Extra have a pair of tickets for one lucky reader to win.
The 90-minute show, will feature what Rolling Stone has called “one of the greatest albums of all time” - Queen’s classic hits and some surprises for true fans!
Planned by Queen’s own musical supervisor, Spike Edney, with the backing and involvement of remaining band members Brian May and Roger Taylor, the show is a spectacular touring concert designed to take the glorious music and live experience of the legendary rock band and bring it to all generations of fans. As Roger Taylor explained, “It’s our own official tribute band”, “They actually play the music better than we ever did… a more perfect version, with a more polished sound.”
Capturing the fabled design and excitement of Queen’s legendary live performances, the late great Mark Fisher created the staging and production elements, which will be enhanced with rare video footage from Queen’s extensive archives and newly created imagery.
Injected with an aura of legitimacy, the show has already played over 160 dates across the world, culminating in appearances on American Idol and The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
The tour will play at the Clyde Auditorium on Saturday, November 5.
For your chance to win a pair of tickets, tell us which anniversary does the band’s iconic album celebrate.
Answers on a postcard or sealed envelope, along with your name, address, and postcode to: The Extra, 100 Brand Street, Glasgow. G51 1DG. Closing date for entries is October 27 and the winner will be able to collect their tickets at the box office on the night.
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