Other acts set to perform include Adam Lambert, Kylie Minogue, and more.
The new record's twenty tracks featured include firm Queen fan favorites and rarely-performed tracks.
The band also recently announced the release of a special limited edition CD and 7” vinyl versions of their lockdown track, “You Are The Champions.”
The band’s latest video short stars their Blacktrax lighting engineer Sam Augustus.
This never before seen hour long show will feature standout live band performances of many of the best known and loved songs from the Queen catalogue.
Billy Porter, Kim Petras, Melissa Etheridge, Sia, Ricky Martin and more will also appear at the virtual event on 25 June.
Visitors can access interview and performance footage, plus virtual exhibits, as the museum expands its digital programming through June.
The news comes the same day that the Official Queen YouTube Channel are premiering a special stream the legendary Freddie Mercury Tribute concert from 1992.
Proceeds go to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization powered by the United Nations Foundation to support frontline health workers.
The Queen legend will hook up with Kings Daughters on Instagram on Sunday to officially launch their recent ‘Get Up’ single.
Adam Lambert, Roger Taylor and Brian May first shared the stage during 'American Idol' in May 2009 for a performance of ‘We Are The Champions’.
The event will be broadcast Sunday, 26 April, at 8 p.m. ET on the organization’s YouTube channel and Facebook page.
The star-studded Lady Gaga-curated event will be streaming this coming Saturday, 18 April.
The new album also includes ‘Superpower’ and recent single ‘Roses’, featuring Chic's Nile Rogers.
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”.