Where You Can Still Get Good Q+AL Tickets

GREAT sales the opening week for Queen + Adam Lambert tickets … many major venues are completely sold out, with others not far behind!

QAL iheart cover art 001But if you haven’t been able to get good seats yet due to high demand, you should consider the Detroit concert at The Palace, where there are still some AWESOME VIP seats left on the floor and in the stands. The Detroit/Auburn Hills stop is convenient for many in the Midwest and in Ontario, Canada. And the best part, it’s on a Saturday (July 12).

Look at the Ticketmaster map … and don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime show! :)

If you are looking for good tickets at face value for other shows (including ones sold out), check out Adam Tickets on Twitter. That account retweets fans with extras.

Adam Gives New Music Hints!

In an Entertainment Weekly radio interview announcing the Queen tour, Adam also spoke about his solo work. On his new music, Adam said: “I’m going to have something out this year.”

Adam_Lambert_LAS_VEGAS_BRITNEY_SPEARSOther highlights:

  • “I’m going back to Sweden for another month [to work on the new album] … working with a collection of producers … amazing talent in Scandinavia.”
  • “[On working with Queen] It’s invigorating and will inform my new material and inspire my recordings … kind of remind me what it’s all about.”

Listen to the EW interview via Soundcloud.

Adam also tells Rolling Stone that he views the Queen tour as a “side-by-side project” to his new music and not a side project, saying “as a creative artist, I do a lot of different things. If I’m not busy, I get bored and restless…

“I was in Sweden this last month working on solo material. I’m actually going back to Sweden on Saturday to continue working on that. I like doing a lot of different things. The beauty of that is that something like this [Queen tour]  is completely inspiring. I’m learning a lot from these two gentlemen. I’m learning from the audience. I think that will help inform and make my material stronger.”

Great Rolling Stone Article on Queen + Adam!

This Q&A Rolling Stone did with Adam, Brian May and Roger Taylor is excellent! A few highlights:

Adam Lambert, Roger Taylor, Brian MayBrian May: “…This is the closest that you’ll ever get to see Queen as it was in our golden days, but it’s not a reproduction. It’s not an imitation. We’re here live and real and we have a great singer. They’ll be a lot of newness about this. I think that’s very exciting. It’ll be loud and dangerous and all the things that people used to look for in us.”

Adam Lambert: “I think the thing that’s special about this is that it is a limited thing. It’s this special engagement. It’s not like, “Now we’re to the grind.” It’s a once-in-a-lifetime tour.” 

Read the full Rolling Stone article.



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