We Will Rock You: Giant Queen show takes over Aalborg
If you love Queen’s music, you’re in for a treat.
Musical masterpieces like Bohemian Rhapsody, We Are The Champions, I Want To Break Free, and We Will Rock You are lovingly treated and interpreted by Queen Machine – Europe’s best tribute to Queen – and the Danish Entertainment Orchestra on Saturday, November 23, 2024, at the Aalborg Congress & Culture Center (AKKC).
This was announced in a press release by AKKC.
Huge show in store
Queen Machine is a massive celebration of Queen’s spectacular universe – from the grand mega-hits to the emotionally charged ballads.
For over a decade, the band has thrilled audiences both at home and abroad with an uncompromising Queen show that, both musically and visually, gives the feeling of being there oneself – in front of the stage at Wembley when Freddie, Brian, Roger, and John ruled the world.
Their professionalism and dedication are combined with an impressive production, ensuring they always deliver an authentic stage show with a frontman who goes beyond the stage – and even looks and sounds like Freddie Mercury himself.
It will be an exceptional, captivating, and truly unique concert experience in AKKC’s Aalborghallen on Saturday, November 23, 2024, at 20:00, when Queen Machine and the Danish Entertainment Orchestra come together to build a symphonic bridge between Queen’s immortal hits and beautiful harmonies and sounds.
Stadium rock in symphonic versions
Queen Machine and the Danish Entertainment Orchestra will visit 12 Danish cities in the fall of 2024 – and fortunately, Aalborg is among them.
They elevate the show to a new and previously unseen level by combining the iconic stadium rock with the grandeur of symphonic music.
The desire to venture far beyond the comfort zone of classical music is an integral part of the Danish Entertainment Orchestra’s DNA. Therefore, the orchestra collaborates with a wide range of artists, bands, and other actors from the popular music universe.
“It will be a musical firework! We look forward to adding a grand symphonic sound to Queen’s iconic songs. I have had the pleasure of experiencing Queen Machine and seen how, with enormous love for the original material, they manage to blow the audience away.
It will be a tour with a full arsenal of light shows and spectacular costumes, and together with Queen Machine, we want to give the Danes a rare opportunity to experience Queen’s immortal hits in symphonic versions,” Andreas Vetö, director of the Danish Entertainment Orchestra, says about the new show.
Since the band’s inception in 2008, Queen Machine has played for an ever-growing number of audiences at festivals in Europe and at a series of sold-out concerts both at home and abroad.
In addition to concerts here in Denmark, the band has played concerts in the United Kingdom, the USA, Sweden, Norway, Spain, Poland, and Germany, as well as performing on national television on several occasions.