Queen tribute band to perform in Brampton

January 20, 2017 by  

Queen fans who want to experience a live performance of the band’s greatest hits may wish to mark their calendars for an event planned for Brampton’s Rose Theatre.

God Save the Queen is a tribute band who will be taking to the stage for a two-and-a-half-hour long performance of some of the original perfumers’ best loved music. It will follow Queen’s history, all the way back to when it first came together in 1973. It will follow the band through the seventies and eighties, and will also include works from Made in Heaven, which was their last album and was released in 1991.

Along with the music, there will be an expansive concert light show, and the according to the Rose Theatre’s website, the sound will be of a very high quality as well. A stationery printing company can supply souvenir programs that can be made available for purchase by those who attend an event such as this.

Tickets for God save the Queen start at $65.00 for B seating. The price for A seating and premium seating is $72.00 and $79.00 respectively. The concert will be held on February 12th, starting at 8:00 pm, and the facility is fully accessible to those who have mobility challenges. Anyone who is interested in purchasing tickets or finding out more can do so by visiting the theatre’s website.