With as singer Adam Lambert will be the British rock band Queen on a yet to announce the date and place will also stop in Belgium during a new European tour, so the band has today on its website announced.
After the death of flamboyant frontman Freddie Mercury in 1991 went to two members of Queen with the band, guitarist and astrophysicist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor.
In 2005, they received reinforcement from Paul Rodgers, former vocalist of Bad Company. His successor was the American Adam Lambert.
At the end of last year gave the company 25 gigs in the Uk and Europe. To say that there was so much demand for more performances there in the summer a new concert tour in Great Britain and on the European continent, preceded by a few shows in Australia.
There are already concerts recorded in Cologne, Berlin, Hamburg, Milan and London. Queen also says that it will descend on Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands and Belgium.