Get your air guitars at the ready as Queen have announced an extra London date following their two previously announced two-sold out shows.
The band will be joined by Adam Lambert for a third night on July 14 at London's Hammersmith Apollo along with July 11 and 12.
Following the cancellation of Sonisphere festival Brian May and Roger Taylor said that they had started looking for an alternative venue in an aim to avoid disappointing all those fans who had so desperately looked forward to seeing them at Knebworth.
Speaking about the shows, guitarist Brian May said : " Somehow this feels right - The Odeon is a big part of our history, and its atmosphere is second to none. It's the perfect place to acknowledge our faithful fans, and will be a fitting return to our roots !"
"We had made up our minds to play in the UK this year, so play we will! Following the collapse of the Sonisphere organisation we didn't want to let down all those people expecting to see us live! Added Roger Taylor.
Singer Adam Lambert said: “I’m so thrilled that Queen found a way to ensure that the fans will get to see this event this summer. I can’t wait to be in London to perform with Queen for these incredibly special shows!”
Tickets go on sale on at 9.00am on Monday, May 14.
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