Queen and Adam Lambert to collaborate at 2017 Dallas concert

Over the years, Queen has continued to tour on occasion and put on special shows with a variety of lead singers replacing the deceased Freddie Mercury. The most famous of these replacement singers was George Michael, but the band has actually found a singer that they have been touring with more and more over the years.

Queen and Adam Lambert will be heading out on a summer tour that will hit 25 cities this summer and Live Nation reported that they will be hitting Dallas for a big concert at the American Airlines Center on Aug. 4. Tickets for this big show go on sale on Feb. 3 at 10 a.m. CT.

Queen will be hitting the road with Adam Lambert on June 23 in Phoenix. The tour will only hit Texas for two concerts, the first in Dallas on Aug. 4 and the second in Houston on Aug. 5. Those are the final two shows of the tour.

The two began working together in 2009 when they worked together on “American Idol.” They then performed at the MTV Europe Awards in 2011 and then put on a concert with Elton John in 2012. They then worked a mini tour in 2012 and then hit the road each year for the next three. Most recently, they toured in Europe and Asia in 2016.

Tickets for the Queen and Adam Lambert concert in Dallas go on sale on Feb. 2 here. Prices for the concert at the American Airlines Center on Aug. 4 range from $49.50 up to $175.