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THE RHAPSODY TOUR
Following the enormous success of the Bohemian Rhapsody motion picture, Queen + Adam Lambert are hitting the road again for their third tour of North America. The Rhapsody Tour builds on their spectacular 2017 live show, featuring a new stage and lighting rig by Stufish Entertainment Architechs. The setlist is largely inspired by the Bohemian Rhapsody movie soundtrack, and also includes a few surprises like Doing All Right, Machines and Dragon Attack. The pre-recorded opening is a new orchestral arrangement of Innuendo by Stuart Morley with Brian May on guitar. The 25 date tour began in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and continues through most major cities in North America, including two dates at The Forum in Los Angeles and two dates at Madison Square Garden in New York City. After North America, the tour will continue in 2020 with two shows in South Korea, six shows in Japan, three dates in New Zealand and seven concerts in Australia.

QUEEN DOMINATE US SALES
Queen have sold more albums in North America than any other artist in the first half of 2019, as music featured in movies and television sent streaming and downloads soaring. Queen sold more than 731,000 albums and 1.3 million downloads, the most by any artist. On vinyl, the Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack is the top selling LP, at 61,000 copies sold, beating out the number two album, Greatest Hits, also by Queen, which sold 49,000 copies. Queen have sold a total of 154,000 LPs, coming in at second are The Beatles at 128,000 and Pink Floyd in third at 85,000. The Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack was released in October 2018 and went to number 2 on Billboard, their highest chart placement since 1980's number 1 album, The Game. Bohemian Rhapsody was later made available on vinyl in February 2019 and then as a 2 LP picture disc for Record Story Day in April
 


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