Queen + Adam Lambert detail 2023 North American ‘Rhapsody’ tour dates

Queen + Adam Lambert

Queen + Adam Lambert will rock you around North America for the first time in four years!

The group announced today (March 24) their 14-date trek will begin this fall in Baltimore, Maryland. Then, they will make stops in Toronto, Detroit, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Nashville, St. Paul, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Check out the tour schedule below, and don’t miss SiriusXM host Mark Goodman’s exclusive interview with the band about their tour at 3 pm ET today on Classic Rewind (Ch. 25).

Queen + Adam Lambert Tour Dates

10/04 – Baltimore, MD at CFG Bank Arena

10/08 – Toronto, ON, at Scotiabank Arena

10/10 – Detroit, MI, at Little Caesars Arena

10/12 – New York, NY, at Madison Square Garden

10/15 – Boston, MA, at TD Garden

10/18 – Philadelphia, PA, at Wells Fargo Center

10/23 – Atlanta, GA, at State Farm Arena

10/25 – Nashville, TN, at Bridgestone Arena

10/27 – St. Paul, MN, at Xcel Energy Center

10/30 – Chicago, IL, at United Center

11/02 – Dallas, TX, at American Airlines Center

11/05 – Denver, CO, at Ball Arena

11/08 – San Francisco, CA, at Chase Center

11/11 – Los Angeles, CA, at BMO Stadium

Queen + Adam Lambert Tour Tickets

So, do you want tickets? Purchase yours starting FridayMarch 31, at 10 am local time on Ticketmaster. According to Consequence, Queen + Adam Lambert will restrict ticket transfers to Ticketmaster’s Face Value Exchange — a practice taken by bands to ensure affordable pricing for fans.

About the Tour

While the tour is a continuation of Queen + Adam Lambert’s The Rhapsody Tour in 2019, the band promises their upcoming tour will include “expanded and updated” shows, Billboard reports. “Our last tour featured our most ambitious production ever,” guitar legend Brian May said. “So, we decided to rip it apart and get even more ambitious.”

Additionally, the band vows that this tour will not be their last. “Let me be clear, this is not a farewell tour,” May told Billboard. “You can always do one more time … and then one more time … and then another time after that!”

The tour news follows the October 2022 release of the never-before-heard Freddie Mercury track “Face It Alone,” originally recorded for Queen’s album The Miracle (1989).