Looking at Queen + Adam Lambert’s Typical Setlist in 2015

Queen + Adam Lambert

Considered one of the most influential rock bands of all-time, Queen have continued to rock stadiums and arenas across the globe more than 45 years after initially forming in London. Though vocalist Freddie Mercury lost his battle with AIDS in 1991, the band has continued to perform its exhaustive discography of hits with contemporary pop artist Adam Lambert under the moniker Queen + Adam Lambert.

The band recently wrapped a run through South America and has pulled many of its classic songs on its average setlist in 2015. Fans in attendance have been greeted with songs dating as far back as 1974’sQueen II (“Seven Seas of Rhye”) to Innuendo, the final Queen record to be released in Mercury’s life (“These Are the Days of Our Lives”).

Check out the average Queen + Adam Lambert setlist below, according to setlist.fm:

Queen + Adam Lambert Average 2015 Setlist

  1. One Vision (Queen cover)
  2. Stone Cold Crazy (Queen cover)
  3. Another One Bites the Dust (Queen cover)
  4. Fat Bottomed Girls (Queen cover)
  5. In the Lap of the Gods... Revisited (Queen cover)
  6. Seven Seas of Rhye (Queen cover)
  7. Killer Queen (Queen cover)
  8. Somebody to Love (Queen cover)
  9. I Want to Break Free (Queen cover)
  10. Love of My Life (Queen cover)
  11. '39 (Queen cover)
  12. A Kind of Magic (Queen cover)
  13. These Are the Days of Our Lives (Queen cover)
  14. Bass Solo 
  15. Drum Battle 
  16. Under Pressure (Queen & David Bowie cover)
  17. Save Me (Queen cover)
  18. Who Wants to Live Forever (Queen cover)
  19. Last Horizon (Brian May cover)
  20. Guitar Solo 
  21. Tie Your Mother Down (Queen cover)
  22. I Want It All (Queen cover)
  23. Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Queen cover)
  24. Radio Ga Ga (Queen cover)
  25. Bohemian Rhapsody (Queen cover)
  1. We Will Rock You (Queen cover)
  2. We Are the Champions (Queen cover)
  3. God Save the Queen (Thomas Augustine Arne song)

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