A night of royal rock with Qween

Celebrating Freddie and the boys Irish style...

Queen in the mid-80s.

Queen in the mid-80s.

SEEING QUEEN tribute band Qween in action is “as close to the real thing as it gets!” according to illusionist Keith Barry, while Radio Nova's Pat Courtenay declared, "Phenomenal. I was left speechless" after one of the their shows.

Galway can see why when the band play the Róisín Dubh this Saturday at 8pm. Expect to hear hit singles and classic anthems from across the legendary band's career.

Already this year, Qween has played the Tayto Park Funfest, Drumlish Festival, Donegal Town Festival, The Taste of Dublin, BikeFest 2019 Fever Pitch Galway, and Gorey Market Festival, as well as selling out Cyprus Avenue Cork. They were also the official act to play the 'Freddie for a Day' annual show in The Hard Rock Cafe on Freddie Mercury's birthday, with all proceeds going to the Mercury Trust Foundation.

Qween frontman, Brian Keville played Freddie in 2010’s 'When Harvey Met Bob', written by Joe Dunlop, and directed by Nicolas Renton.

Tickets are available from www.roisindubh.net; the Ticket Desk at [email protected], Shop Street; and The Róisín Dubh.

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