Queen and Adam Lambert recently announced details of their return to the UK for an arena tour.
This time they will perform 11 dates across the UK and Ireland with shows also in the likes of Birmingham and Manchester.
A fan club presale took place earlier this week but now it's time for the rest of the tickets to be snapped up by fans.
The pairing first teamed up in 2011 and have embarked on sold-out world arena tours ever since.
The group are promising a brand new production this time around with some surprises in the mix 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 December.
When do Queen and Adam Lambert tickets go on presale?
Where can I buy tickets?
You can get them from Ticketmaster here in the presale.
How much are tickets?
Tickets for the O2 Arena show are priced between £79.05 to £90.25 whilst the Wembley Arena show is £78.55 to £89.75, plus any booking fees.
When do tickets go on general sale?
The general release starts at 10am on Friday April 21 for fans who missed out.
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