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Queen and Adam Lambert at Birmingham Utilita Arena

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Queen are a British rock band from London, that originally featured Freddie Mercury, John Deacon, Brian May and Roger Taylor. They are best known for smash hits such as Bohemian Rhapsody, Can’t Stop Me Now and Killer Queen.

Queen and Adam Lambert will be performing 2 events in Birmingham between Saturday 11th June 2022 and Sunday 12th June 2022 at the Utilita Arena.

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Sat Jun 11 2022 Birmingham, UK UK
Official face value from £52.25. Resale tickets from £125.22.
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Queen and Adam Lambert
Birmingham, Utilita Arena Birmingham
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Queen and Adam Lambert – Amplify Upgradeds
Birmingham, Utilita Arena Birmingham
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£70.00
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Queen and Adam Lambert the Rhapsody Tour 2022
Birmingham, Utilita Arena Birmingham
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£51.75
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Queen and Adam Lambert
Birmingham, Utilita Arena Birmingham (Formerly Birmingham Arena)

Tickets available: 130
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£125.22
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Queen and Adam Lambert Standing Only
Birmingham, Utilita Arena Birmingham

Tickets available: 4
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£160.00
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Queen and Adam Lambert
Birmingham, Utilita Arena Birmingham

Tickets available: 77
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£192.40
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Queen and Adam Lambert Rescheduled date. The Rhapsody Tour.
Birmingham, Utilita Arena
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Sun Jun 12 2022 Birmingham, UK UK
Official face value from £52.25. Resale tickets from £91.97.
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The Ticket Factory Official Ticket Agent
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Queen and Adam Lambert
Birmingham, Utilita Arena Birmingham
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£45.00
plus fees
The Ticket Factory Official Ticket Agent
Official
Queen and Adam Lambert – Amplify Upgradeds
Birmingham, Utilita Arena Birmingham
from
£70.00
plus fees
Ticketmaster Official Ticket Agent
Official
Queen and Adam Lambert the Rhapsody Tour 2022
Birmingham, Utilita Arena Birmingham
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£51.75
inc fees
Viagogo Ticket Reseller
Resale
Queen and Adam Lambert
Birmingham, Utilita Arena Birmingham (Formerly Birmingham Arena)

Tickets available: 92
from
£91.97
inc fees
Gigsberg Ticket Reseller
Resale
Queen and Adam Lambert
Birmingham, Utilita Arena Birmingham

Tickets available: 83
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£175.60
inc fees
Gigtix Ticket Reseller
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Queen and Adam Lambert Front Row
Birmingham, Utilita Arena Birmingham

Tickets available: 2
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£350.00
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Queen and Adam Lambert Rescheduled date. The Rhapsody Tour.
Birmingham, Utilita Arena
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£52.25
inc fees
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Address: Birmingham Utilita Arena, King Edwards Road, Birmingham, B1 2AA
Telephone: 01217804141
Venue Capacity: 14150
Utilita Arena Birmingham is an indoor arena and sporting venue in central Birmingham. Formerly known as the Barclaycard Arena, the venue is one of the city's, and in fact, the UK and Europe's most busy and popular entertainment destinations. Opening in 1991 by the NEC group, it allows almost 15,000 fans to watch the best in music, comedy, and over 30 different sports.