This week, Adam Lambert and Queen made a joint announcement about their upcoming tour plans. Adam Lambert will be filling in for former Queen frontman Freddie Mercury. However, Lambert will be joined on stage by original Queen members Brian May and Roger Taylor. Fans of Queen and Adam Lambert will enjoy getting to see these two joining up for the third time for a new musical event. The two musical acts first came together in 2009 when they performed together on American Idol. The two also performed together at the MTV Europe Music Awards in 2011. According to the statement, this will be the first and final time Queen will be performing in the United States. Tickets are on sale now. And available to the public for those looking to see this event live.
This week, Bruce Springsteen revealed that he will be pairing up with the hit band Fun for a new free concert event. The singer has shifted the date of his North American tour kick off to do a free concert at the former Reunion Arena site as part of the NCAA March Madness Music Festival. The event is expected to have more than 30,000 people in attendance. Tickets for this free event are on sale now and available to the public.
Another big announcement this week came from the band Outkast. The duo revealed that they will be adding to their tour schedule for 2014 as they are planning on adding additional festival appearances to their current schedule. The band revealed that they will be joining other acts for the Forecastle Music Festival for a new musical event, joining Jack White, Beck, Spoon and other acts. This three day festival will be held in Louisville, Kentucky July 18th-20th. In addition to hosting several bands, this outing will also have food from several local food trucks. Tickets are on sale now and available to the public. Will you be getting tickets to see this concert live?