Tribute band coming to Brampton

December 2, 2016 by  

Brampton Queen fans who have always wanted to see the band play live may wish to mark their calendars for an upcoming concert that will give them an opportunity to enjoy some of the band’s best loved songs performed on stage.

The community’s Rose Theatre will be hosting the cover band “God Save the Queen”, which will be performing a selection of Queen’s best-loved pieces. The two-hour show will include works from throughout the band’s career, all the way from 1973 to 1991. It will also include an extensive light show. Freddy Mercury’s role will be reprised by Pablo Padin, who is well known for his physical and vocal resemblance to the original singer.

Three different seating choices are available for the evening’s musical performance. “B” has been priced at $65.00, while “A” seating is $72.00 and premium seats are $79.00 each. Season subscription prices are also available, and are $49.25 each. Booklet printing can be used to produce souvenir concert programs and a range of other promotional products for an event such as this.

The God Save the Queen concert will be held at the Rose Theatre in Brampton on the evening of February 12th, starting at 8:00 pm. Both tickets and further information about the event can be obtained by visiting the theatre’s website or by calling the box office at (905) 874 2800.