Queen announces another US tour leg with 14 dates from October to November
Queen have just announced another North American leg of their Rhapsody Tour in 2023 and fans are wondering if there is a presale.
The band revealed the news on Instagram, sharing a compilation of tour clips and writing: “Queen + Adam Lambert – The Rhapsody Tour is coming to North America!”
Queen’s ongoing tour started in Canada in July 2019 before going to the US, Asia, Oceana and Europe. Now, they’re heading back stateside.
Here’s all the ticket information you need…
Is there a Queen 2023 presale?
No, there is no presale for Queen’s US 2023 tour or chance to get any early tickets. Tickets for all 14 gigs go on sale on Friday, March 31 on Ticketmaster.
All you need to do is head to the Live Nation website, choose your location and tap buy tickets. You will then be redirected to Ticketmaster to purchase.
The site is advising people to arrive 10 minutes early, sign into their account in advance and add their payment information before tickets go on sale.
This comes as Hozier has just announced a US tour too, with tickets on sale now.
All the Queen US tour dates
The tour starts in October 2023 in Baltimore and ends the following month in Los Angeles. Here are all the dates:
- Wed Oct 4: Baltimore, MD – CFG Bank Arena
- Sun Oct 8: Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena
- Tue Oct 10: Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena
- Thu Oct 12: New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
- Sun Oct 15: Boston, MA – TD Garden
- Wed Oct 18: Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center
- Mon Oct 23: Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena
- Wed Oct 25: Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena
- Fri Oct 27: St. Paul, MN – Xcel Energy Center
- Mon Oct 30: Chicago, IL – United Center
- Thu Nov 02: Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center
- Sun Nov 05: Denver, CO – Ball Arena
- Wed Nov 08: San Francisco, CA – Chase Center
- Sat Nov 11: Los Angeles, CA – BMO Stadium
Set List for North America gigs
Queen and Adam Lambert will likely change things up a bit for the second US leg, but they sang around 30 songs on their first North America tour.
This included all of their classics of course, and we can expect something similar in 2023. Here was the rough set list from 2019:
- Now I’m Here
- Seven Seas of Rhye
- Keep Yourself Alive
- Hammer to Fall
- Killer Wueen
- Don’t Stop Me Now
- In the Lap of the Gods… Revisited
- Somebody to Love
- I’m in Love with My Car
- Bicycle Race
- Another One Bites the Dust
- One Vision
- I Want It All
- Love of My Life
- Doing All Right
- Crazy Little Thing Called Love
- Under Pressure
- Dragon Attack
- I Want to Break Free
- Who Wants to Live Forever
- Guitar Solo
- Tie Your Mother Down
- The Show Must Go On
- Fat Bottomed Girls
- Radio Ga Ga
- Bohemian Rhapsody
- We Will Rock You
- We Are the Champions
- God Save the Queen
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