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QUEEN tribute act

REASONS TO BOOK

  • Amazing QUEEN experience
  • Only best hits of QUEEN
  • The performance you won't forget
 

Queen Tribute Act has had hundreds of shows across two continents and has been a successful participant in several TV talent contests and other competitions. The band has often taken part in programmes and reports broadcast by the three largest Czech television stations (Czech Television, TV Nova, FTV Prima). The band highly values the fact of having been invited to Queen Elizabeth II's official birthday celebration, where Queen Tribute Act's show became the highlight of the evening; for the band members it is a great sign of appreciation of their work. Queen Tribute Act members also take special pride in having been invited by Peter Freestone — Freddie Mercury's secretary — to one of the biggest Queen fan gatherings, the Freddie Mercury Memorial Day in Montreux, Switzerland. In 2008, Queen Tribute Act became the first Czech performer to play there as the main band of the night. In 2017, the band returned there, once again as the headliner at the Freddie For a Day festival held under the auspices of the Mercury Phoenix Trust charity.

The band members support charitable purposes and several times a year they arrange charity concerts promoting and contributing to the fight against HIV/AIDS. During its career, Queen Tribute Act has played shows at almost all major Czech performance halls (Lucerna, Žofín, National Theater, Municipal House, as well as Rondo Hall, Ostravar Arena and O2 Arena).

The band has made performances for the largest multinational companies as well (be it insurance companies, banks or, for example, Microsoft and Coca Cola). Queen Tribute Act has also created a full evening program combining elements of a rock concert with orchestral performance of Queen songs, on which the band has cooperated with leading sopranos and symphonic musicians. The top concept of their concerts the band called the "Queen RELIVED show" and in April 2018 they introduced a new musical named Freddie (directed by Karel Janák) in the Radek Brzobohatý's Theater in Prague with Queen Tribute Act in the main role.

The band enjoys great popularity among its fans, which is demonstrated i.a. by numerous sold out concerts (SONO Center in Brno, Great Theater of J. K. Tyl in Pilsen, Kalich Theater in Prague and others). Queen Tribute Act has had similar success abroad too, where the band sells out prominent halls, such as Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona (a famous concert hall on the UNESCO World Heritage List), Tyrol Club in Stockholm (where, among others, Tom Jones performed) or the famous Uppsala University's Aula (where, 46 years after Led Zeppelin, Queen Tribute Act was the first rock band to have a show). The band is in particularly high demand in the Scandinavian countries, where it departs on concert tours several times a year.


 
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