Tribute to QUEEN rescheduled
RESCHEDULED DATE FOR GOD SAVE THE QUEEN
TRIBUTE TO QUEEN
WITH SPECIAL GUESTS
Due to pressing international commitments and demand, Century Artists Management Agency have announced a rescheduled date for the Friday, March 14th concert of God Save The Queen at the Kelowna Community Theatre. God Save the Queen is now rescheduled to Sunday September 14 2014
The band is touring through Argentina and Brazil this month, and must adjust concert schedules to accommodate South American audience demand. All tickets purchased for the originally scheduled performance are valid for the new date of September 14.
IS THIS THE REAL LIFE OR IS THIS JUST FANTASY? - without a doubt, God Save the Queen is the most authentic QUEEN tribute ever. This is not a tribute band. This is a theatrical experience that puts the audience in a Queen concert, like the ones back in the days of Freddie Mercury. It is an astonishingly accurate replication of the performances staged by Freddie and Queen, down to the light cues, the costumes and even a replica of the Red Special, the guitar Brian May used. Phil Murphy (Queen’s Tour Manager), described God Save the Queen: “They are as good as the real thing”. Bill Heckle, of Liverpool, England’s, Mathew Street Festival said, “They are the best tribute band of all the tribute bands in the world!”
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2014
Kelowna Community Theatre
DOORS: 7:00 PM SHOW: 8:00 PM
QUEEN still sells thousands of downloads per year and God Save the Queen packs all their greatest hits into a perfect note, two hour musical extravaganza. God Save the Queen follows the QUEEN history from their beginnings in 1973 to their last album, Made In Heaven, released after Freddie Mercury´s death in 1991.
God Save the Queen is a phenomenal global success, thrilling audiences in Europe, South America and India, climaxing with sold out performances at the Luna Park Stadium (Buenos Aires), Via Funchal theatre (Sao Paulo), and a crowd of 35,000 people at the Mathew Street Festival (Liverpool).
God Save the Queen tours with incredible lighting, sumptuous sound and the outstanding performance of Pablo Padin – who has a one-of-a-kind resemblance to Freddie Mercury! With true original sound, this band brings some of the greatest moments in rock history vividly back to life. This show is set to be the “must see” event of the year.
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