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Queen Machine at London Eventim Apollo

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Queen Machine Symphonic is a concert celebrating the music of rock legends Queen like never before.

Queen Machine will be performing 1 event in London on Thursday 14th October 2021 at the Eventim Apollo.

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Thu Oct 14 2021 London, UK UK
Official face value from £36.50. Resale tickets from £107.69.
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Queen Machine Symphonic
London, Eventim Apollo
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Queen Machine Symphonic featuring Kerry Ellis
London, Eventim Apollo
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Queen Machine Symphonic with Kerry Ellis
London, Eventim Apollo

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Queen Machine Rescheduled date featuring Kerry Ellis.
London, Eventim Apollo
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Address: London Eventim Apollo, 45 Queen Caroline Street, London, W6 9QH
Telephone: 08442494300
Venue Capacity: 5039
The Eventim Apollo is a live music and entertainment venue based in Hammersmith, London. Opened in 1932, it's one of the English capital's leading venues, and has been visited by a wealth of huge singers, bands, comedians and acts over it's 80+ years. More recently, the Apollo has seen Billy Connolly put on 20 sold-out shows, an original Status Quo line-up on stage for the first time in 32 years, Penn & Teller making their first UK appearance for over 15 years, and even a crazy, full-capacity End of the World show by Brian Cox and Robin Ince!