'God Save the Queen' - Queen Tribute in the Canary Islands

'God Save the Queen' - Queen Tribute in the Canary Islands

The internationally successful Queen Tribute Show 'Good Save the Queen' visits on 18th, 22nd and 24th of July 2015 the Canary Islands Tenerife, La Palma, and Lanzarote.

The three dates are:

  • Tenerife: Saturday, 18th of July, at 9.30pm in the Magma Centro de Arte y Congresos, in Costa Adeje
  • La Palma: Wednesday, 22nd of July, at 9.30pm in the Recinto Central in Santa Cruz de la Palma
  • Lanzarote: Friday, 24th of July at the Plaza de Naos

The show 'God Save the Queen' traces the history of the famous band Queen from its beginnings in 1973 until its last album in 1991, which was released after the death of the band’s lead singer Freddie Mercury. The show coincides in all aspects with the aesthetics sounds and spirits of the original band, with a magnificent staging, original instruments, and costumes which are almost identical to those of the original band members. Moreover, the tribute’s lead singer Pablo Padín has regarding to both, his appearance, and his voice, a striking similarity to the extravagant Freddie Mercury. All this together makes that every spectator feels like he is visiting a real concert of the legendary british band.

It is not without reason that 'God Save the Queen' was ranked as the best Queen tribute band worldwide, not only by the famous Rolling Stone magazine, but also by Brian May, the guitarist of the original band, as well as by Freddie Mercury’s mother. The tribute performed in more than 100 concerts in Latin America, Europe, the United States, Canada, and Argentina, always with amazing success and fully sold out halls.

The repertoire of the show consists not only of the biggest hits like 'Bohemian Rhapsody', 'We are the champions', and 'The show must go on', but also of not that popular Queen songs.

Don’t miss this incomparable show and buy now your ticket for 'God Save the Queen'- you can’t get closer to Queen!

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