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Magic Tour (Queen)

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The Magic Tour
European tour by Queen
Associated album A Kind of Magic
Start date June 7, 1986
End date August 9, 1986
Legs 1
No. of shows 26
Queen concert chronology

The Magic Tour was Queen's final tour with their lead singer Freddie Mercury and their bass guitarist John Deacon, with 26 concert dates in Europe in 1986.[1][2] The band would not tour again until 19 years later, when the Queen + Paul Rodgers Tour began in 2005, after the death of Freddie Mercury on 24 November 1991, and the retirement of John Deacon in 1997.[2][3] The Magic Tour supported the band's album A Kind of Magic.

In 1987, Mercury was diagnosed as having AIDS and the band together made the decision to stop touring, making the concert at Knebworth on 9 August 1986 the last time that the four original members of Queen performed on stage together.[4]

Over a million people attended the Queen tour, making it one of the largest ever. Support acts included The Alarm, Big Country, Belouis Some, INXS, Level 42, Marillion, Gary Moore, The Bangles and Status Quo.[5]

From this tour, Queen have since released Live at Wembley on VHS, Laserdisc, CD & DVD, Live Magic on CD and Live in Budapest on VHS & Laserdisc (later re-released and retitled as Hungarian Rhapsody: Queen Live in Budapest on DVD, Blu-ray and Deluxe editions).

Setlists

Europe

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
Europe
June 7, 1986 Stockholm Sweden Råsundastadion
June 11, 1986 Leiden Netherlands Groenoordhallen
June 12, 1986
June 14, 1986 Paris France Hippodrome de Vincennes
June 17, 1986 Brussels Belgium Forest National
June 19, 1986 Leiden Netherlands Groenoordhallen
June 21, 1986 Mannheim Germany Maimarktgelände
June 26, 1986 Berlin Waldbühne
June 28, 1986 Munich Olympiahalle
June 29, 1986
July 1, 1986 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
July 2, 1986
July 5, 1986 Slane Ireland Slane Castle
July 9, 1986 Newcastle England St. James Park
July 11, 1986 London Wembley Stadium
July 12, 1986
July 16, 1986 Manchester Maine Road
July 19, 1986 Cologne Germany Müngersdorfer Stadion
July 21, 1986 Vienna Austria Stadthalle
July 22, 1986
July 27, 1986 Budapest Hungary Népstadion
July 30, 1986 Fréjus France Amphithéâtre
August 1, 1986 Barcelona Spain Mini Estadi
August 3, 1986 Madrid Nuevo Estadio de Vallecas
August 5, 1986 Marbella Estadio Municipal de Marbella
August 9, 1986 Stevenage England Knebworth Park

Tour band

Additional musicians:

See also

References

  1. ^ Queen live on tour: Magic tour Queen Concerts. Retrieved 4 June 2011
  2. ^ a b We Will Rock You (Again)! Daily Mail. Retrieved 4 June 2011
  3. ^ Queen most loved band The Guardian. Retrieved 3 August 2011
  4. ^ 9 August 1986 – QUEEN LIVE Retrieved 4 June 2011
  5. ^ http://www.queenconcerts.com/

External links

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