To commemorate the band's music arriving on TikTok, a hashtag challenge is being launched globally, encouraging fans to #SingWithQueen.
The band’s latest video short stars their Blacktrax lighting engineer Sam Augustus.
In this second episode, bass tech Jez Webb shares a Zoom reunion with band bass player Neil Fairclough and more.
Available on Queen’s Official YouTube channel, 'Roadies In Lockdown' explores the roles of various crew members on the road and behind the scenes.
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.
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.
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’.
All tickets already purchased will be valid for the rescheduled dates.
The new album also includes ‘Superpower’ and recent single ‘Roses’, featuring Chic's Nile Rogers.
The band performed in full its original 22 minute Live Aid set, including 'We Will Rock You' and 'We Are The Champions'.
Earlier this week, artists ranging from Slipknot, Whitesnake to Sons Of Apollo, Michael Schenker, Green Day and Lacuna Coil all postponed dates.
The band performed in full its original 22 minute, 6-song Live Aid set including the legendary 'Bohemian Rhapsody'.
The star said, “As a native Southern Californian, I know first-hand the devastation of wildfire across my home communities."
The historic concert played a vital role in raising in excess of $9.5 million towards national bushfire relief.
Queen's Brian May said: "We’re very happy to be able to do our bit to help Australia to fight back against the terrible fires."