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Following their stunning sell-out performances in Coventry in 2018 and 2019, the world’s most exciting and accomplished Queen tribute band, The Bohemians, return to Coventry in September 2021 by popular public demand at The Albany Theatre.
Now an established international act in their own right, after successful tours in recent years in Russia, Poland, Germany, Switzerland, Holland and many other countries, The Bohemians are all set to rock the Godiva city once again.
The Bohemians take you on a high-energy roller-coaster ride of a concert, featuring the back catalogue of one of the world’s most popular and iconic rock acts of all time.
Right from the beginning you will be gripped by a bombastic, authentic audio-visual representation of Queen’s iconic Wembley ‘86 performance as The Bohemians burst onto the stage to the strains of One Vision and A Kind of Magic.
All the many fabulous Queen hits will be covered but they’re all here, from the early piano and harmony heavy wonders of “Killer Queen” and “Don’t Stop Me Now”, to the later, catchy pop anthems of the eighties.
Whether it’s “Killer Queen”, “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” or “The Show Must Go On”, “Bohemian Rhapsody” or “Will Rock You”/” We Are the Champions”, The Bohemians will have you on your feet, singing, dancing and clapping along in a truly memorable live re-enactment of the world’s greatest Rock Band.
Inspired by the blockbuster 2018 film `Bohemian Rhapsody`, the music of Queen has acquired a whole new generation of younger fans, together with their immense loyal following. This has translated to The Bohemians, whose concerts play to packed audiences.
This Queen`s Greatest Hits concert tour by The Bohemians sold out venues across the UK and around the world before the Coronavirus crises stopped performances in 2020.
Previously in the UK, this ultimate Queen tribute concert posted the `sold out` notices at Swindon, Dudley, Castleford, Worcester, Dover, Aberdeen, Maidstone, Bristol and scores of other venues around the country