The newly-announced shows are the final dates to be added to the 'Rhapsody' tour and the last opportunity to see the band perform in the UK in 2020.
Queen singer Adam Lambert announced his new non-profit advocacy group, Feel Something Foundation, whose mission is to “support LGBTQ+ organisations”.
The star-studded show, to help raise funds for the country's bushfire relief efforts, will also feature Alice Cooper, k.d lang and many more.
Queen announce ‘Greatest Hits in Japan’, a compilation album featuring 12 classic Queen songs voted by Japanese fans and set for release on 15 January.
The band's European tour will launch in Italy on 24 May, with its final stop in Madrid with two shows on 7 & 8 July.
Produced by The Tim Bergling Foundation, all net profits from all-star show will go to supporting organizations which address mental health needs.
The documentary behind-the-scenes activities between Lambert and original Queen members Brian May and Roger Taylor following Lambert’s 'American Idol debut' in 2009.
“He was an extraordinary human being whose generosity, spirituality and humour inspired everyone around him.”
Queen and their longtime frontman Adam Lambert have announced they’ll be bringing their one-of-a-kind Rhapsody tour to Europe and the UK in 2020.
Proceeds from the all-star benefit show will support the work of the new Tim Bergling Foundation, raising awareness in relation to mental health issues.
The track will also feature on the star's new album, Lover, set for release on 23 August.
The Queen frontman performed ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ during his own audition for the show in 2009.
The superstar trio will again be the show's judging panel in 2019, alongside host Ryan Seacrest.
The film will follow the behind-the-scenes activities between Lambert and original Queen members Brian May and Roger Taylor since Lambert’s American Idol debut in 2009.
'Bohemian Rhapsody', the widely-acclaimed biopic about late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, is up for five Oscars including Best Picture.