Queen and Adam Lambert have announced details of an O2 Arena show for 2018.
The collaborators will head to London on July 2 as part of their world tour - and today, in anticipation of high demand, they have added an extra date on Wednesday July 4 with tickets due to go on sale today at 10am.
News of more UK shows follows their arena tour run in late 2017. Following huge demand, extra dates were added which saw them play two nights at the O2 Arena, and one at Wembley Arena.
The hugely successful pairing first teamed up in 2011, and they have since embarked on sold-out world arena tours.
For this world tour the group promised and delivered a brand new production, with some surprises in the setlist alongside their classic hits and tracks from Queen's back catalogue they haven't performed yet.
Fans can expect to see the current lineup consisting of Brian May, Roger Taylor and singer Adam Lambert when they return to London in July.
Where can I buy tickets?
They'll be available from Ticketmaster here.
When do they go on sale?
Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday February 9.
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