Friday 2 February 2024 at 7:30 pm£20
Flash: A Tribute to Queen
Please note: this event is unallocated seated.
Flash: A Tribute to Queen is a sensational homage to one of the greatest rock bands in history, Queen. Formed in 2015 by a group of dedicated musicians with an unwavering passion for the iconic rock legends, Flash has taken the world by storm with their electrifying performances and authentic renditions of Queen’s timeless classics.
Capturing the essence of Freddie Mercury, Brian May, John Deacon, and Roger Taylor, Flash consists of four incredibly talented musicians who bring Queen’s music to life on stage. Claudio taking on the role of the legendary Freddie Mercury, mesmerizes audiences with his commanding stage presence and pitch perfect vocals. Nathan effortlessly channels Brian May’s signature guitar solos, while Daniel and John groove with precision and power, emulating the rhythmic heartbeat of Queen’s original line up.
Flash has gained a reputation for their attention to detail, recreating Queen’s live performances with stunning accuracy, from the iconic costumes to the legendary instruments. Their dedication to perfection has earned them a loyal following of Queen enthusiasts who can’t get enough of their electrifying shows.
Over the years, Flash has toured extensively, captivating audiences at sold out venues and festivals across the globe. Their performances are a magical journey through Queen’s illustrious catalogue, featuring classics like “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “We Will Rock You”, “Radio Ga Ga”, and many more. The band’s commitment to delivering an authentic Queen experience has made them a sought after act for both die hard Queen fans and music lovers of all ages.
Whether you’re a lifelong Queen aficionado or a newcomer to their music, Flash: A Tribute to Queen promises an unforgettable night of rock ‘n’ roll, nostalgia, and the timeless magic of Queen. Join them on a musical voyage that pays tribute to the legendary band’s extraordinary legacy, keeping the spirit of Queen alive for generations to come.