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Topic # 229155 9-Feb-2018 18:36
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Coming up to the age of 37, I was too young to go to a Queen concert but in my early years Queen filled my ears. We are all grown up, but when my brothers and Dad get together (rarely, UK expat!), we throw some Queen on and have a good sing!


On a drunken late night in the UK last July, I booked Queen & Adam Lambert tickets! 512 Jacinda Ardern notes all in! I booked it on the proviso my Dad was going to be over here; he isn't going to be! 




Still, I need to get excited about seeing IMO one of the best bands to exist and I hear Adam L does a good job. 


Next Sunday 18th, I'll be there. 


Anyone else going? Looking forward to it?

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  Reply # 1954506 9-Feb-2018 19:23
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"Jacinda Ardern notes" haha touche!

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  Reply # 1954561 9-Feb-2018 20:39
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I went last time, huge queen fan, had never heard of Adam Lambert however every mention of him my wife would go weak at the knees.


I was in two minds weather to go or not as it would not be Freddy.


I decided to go and it was the best concert I have ever been to,  Roger Taylor was amazing on drums, gave it everything and then some, the prof ( Brian May ) was good too, Adam was not Freddy, he did not try to be but did Queen a whole lot of justice.


I would love to go again but we did not get tickets and we are going on holiday.


Enjoy the concert, I hope it is as good a the one I went to as it was ....... amazing.





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  Reply # 1954569 9-Feb-2018 21:12
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I have fond memories of 13 April 1985 at Mt. Smart.

Most of the trouble in the world is caused by people wanting to be important. (T.S. Eliot)

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