One Night Of Queen is Making A Triumphant Return to the Quad Cities
When One Night Of Queen hits the stage at the TaxSlayer Center On March 18th, you'll want to make sure you're there (Tickets go on sale Friday). Last time Gary Mullen (Freddie Mercury) played the stage here, I was literally stunned by every detail. And I almost didn't go.
There are so many downsides possible when you embark on a Queen tribute that for many, it's just not worth doing. But for Mullen, performing these songs seems like a calling. He perfectly scathes through a bombastic set of Queen. This concert is more Broadway show than rock concert, and you get the feeling that if Mercury were around, he would absolutely love the showmanship.
Mercury's voice and mannerisms are near-perfectly replicated, and Mullen somehow keeps his own identity as well. He is so appreciative of the crowd, and it's hard not to get swept up in the performance.
So put this show on your to-do list.
One Night of Queen, Wednesday March 18 at the TaxSlayer Center. Tickets go on sale this Friday, August 30 at 10 AM at ticketmaster.com and the TaxSlayer Center Box Office. Ticket prices are $49.50, $35.50, and $25.50 with a limited number of $69.50.