No one could ever truly replace Freddie Mercury as the frontman and lead singer of Queen, but Adam Lambert is one of the few people in the world with the talent and charisma needed to command the stage and carry on one of the greatest traditions in the history of rock music. After a successful 15-date run in 2016, Queen and Lambert are ready to hit the road again, this time for 25 dates across North America in 2017.
The tour will kick off in Phoenix, Arizona on June 24 and will run throughout the summer, hitting cities such as Las Vegas, Kansas City, Philadelphia and many others before wrapping things up on August 5 in Houston. Tickets to see Queen and Adam Lambert on their massive route this summer are on sale now, and currently averaging $248 on the secondary market, according to data provided by TicketIQ.
Over the summer, their tour will land at the Pepsi Center in Denver on July 6, where tickets are currently averaging $214, and the cheapest ticket is available for $69. One week later on July 13, Queen and Adam Lambert will take the stage in Chicago at the United Center, and here, tickets can be found for as low as $62.
On July 28, they can be seen in New York at the Barclays Center for one of their most in-demand stops on the route, with tickets registering an average of $259 on the resale market, while the lowest get-in rate can be found for $62. One of their final stops along their trek will be in Dallas, Texas at the American Airlines Center on August 4, where tickets are currently averaging $276, with the cheapest ticket coming in at $69.
Overall, tickets are in high demand, yet averages remain consistent over many of their stops. One of their higher-priced dates will be on July 23 in Connecticut at the Mohegan Sun Arena, where tickets are averaging $412, and the cheapest ticket can be found for $139.
Queen and Adam Lambert were last seen out on the road together in 2016 during their Queen + Adam Lambert 2016 Summer Festival Tour, in which they took on several music festivals throughout Europe. Prior to that, they took to the road together in 2015 for a large North American tour. Their collaboration began when they performed together on the American Idol TV show in 2009, and soon after, the singer was approached to join the active members of Queen for upcoming projects.
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