Queen in DC

They’ve confirmed that Queen + Paul Rodgers will return for a 23 date tour of the USA and Canada in March and April:

Fri 3 March Miami, Fl, American Airlines Arena.
Sun 5 March Jacksonville, Fl, Veterans Coliseum.
Tues 7 March Duluth, GA, Gwinett Center.
Thurs 9 March Washington, DC, MCI Center.
Fri 10 March Worcester, MA, DCU Center.
Sun 12 March Uniondale, NY, Nassau Coliseum.
Tues 14 March Philadelphia, PA, Wachovia Spectrum.
Thurs 16 March Toronto, ON, Air Canada Centre.
Fri 17 March Buffalo, NY, HSBC Arena.
Mon 20 March Pittsburgh, PA, Mellon Arena.
Tues 21 March Cleveland, OH, Quicken Loans Arena.
Thurs 23 March Chicago, IL, Allstate Arena.
Fri 24 March Auburn Hills, MI, Palace at Auburn Hills.
Sun 26 March St. Paul, MN, Xcel Energy Center.
Mon 27 March Milwaukee, WI, Bradley Center.
Fri 31 March Glendale, AZ, Glendale Arena.
Sat 1 April San Diego, CA, Cox Arena.
Mon 3 April Anaheim, CA, Arrowhead Pond.
Wed 5 April San Jose, CA, HP Pavilion.
Fri 7 April Las Vegas, NV, MGM Grand Garden.
Mon 10 April Seattle, WA, Key Arena.
Tues 11 April Portland, OR, Rose Garden.
Thurs 13 April Vancouver, BC, Pacific Coliseum.

Presales start Wednesday. MCI Center is a must, of course. Doubt I’ll do the top ticket package again (no tour this time, a tour jacket instead), trying to decide between the lesser VIP package and the regular seats. I still want some good seats even though I don’t want to shell out for the top of the line ones. Also trying to figure out if there’s another show I can schedule in. Massachusetts and Vegas look tempting – it’d have to be at the start or end of a weekend.

2 thoughts on “Queen in DC”

  1. Ticketmaster isn’t showing the Worcester dates – is there another vendor for those tickets, or is that date not quite announced?

    I’d be happy to host a Queen weekend for that one.

  2. Woo. Found the fan club website and signed up.

    $1200 for a pair of tiekets? That’s a set of new Porsche factory original wheels. Yowza.

    I think Jess and I are more interested in the regular seats. If you’re leaning towards the $400/each tickets call me and do some arm twisting.

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