The band will play 21 dates including seven UK shows.
Queen and Adam Lambert will be hitting the road next year, playing a massive 21 date arena tour across Europe. The shows mark the first time the band and singer have played together in Europe since a six date tour in 2012.
Beginning in the UK at Newcastle Arena on January 13, the band will then play a total of seven shows across the UK including London's O2 Arena. They’ll then move on to France before hitting Germany, Netherlands, Austria, Belgium, Italy, Denmark, Czech Republic and ending on February 19th at Zurich's Hallenstadion.
Tickets for all shows are on sale from 9.00am Friday, 3rd October, with the exception of Germany where sales begin the following day, Saturday October 4.
Queen began their partnership with Adam Lambert in 2009 when they performed ‘We Are the Champions’ together on ’American Idol’s' season's eight finale. They then partnered again in 2011 at the MTV European Music Awards before playing their first live concerts together the following summer.
This year the band embarked on an extensive North American tour before finishing earlier this month with dates in Australia and New Zealand.
Speaking about the band’s partnership with Lambert, drummer Roger Taylor said, "Each time we've worked with Adam with our music, he's just the most incredible front man.” "He's sensational. He has this amazing range, 'cause Freddie had a great range. Adam can really cover it. He's an extraordinary singer and a real talent. I feel he fits into our sort of theatricality. It is very comfortable,” he added.
Aside from his work with the band Lambert is currently in the final stages of writing and recording his third album. Queen too have a new record on the horizon, they are about to release Queen Forever, a compilation which includes previously unreleased material recorded with Freddie Mercury. The album is due out on November 10th.
Adam Lambert will be touring with Queen
Queen and Adam Lambert's 2015 European tour dates are as follows:
Tue 13 January NEWCASTLE Arena
Wed 14 January GLASGOW Hydro
Sat 17 January LONDON O2 Arena
Tue 20 January LEEDS Arena
Wed 21 January MANCHESTER Arena
Friday 23 January BIRMINGHAM NIA
Sat 24 January NOTTINGHAM Arena
Mon 26 January PARIS Zenith
Thu 29 January COLOGNE Lanxess Arena
Fri 30 January AMSTERDAM, Ziggo Dome
Sun 1 February VIENNA Stadhalle
Mon 2 February MUNICH Olympiahalle
Wed 4 February BERLIN O2
Thu 5 February HAMBURG O2
Sat 7 February FRANKFURT Festhalle
Sun 8 February BRUSSELS Palais 12
Tue 10 February MILAN Forum
Fri 13 February STUTTGART Schleyerhalle
Sun 15 February HERNING Jyske Bank Boxen
Tue 17 February PRAGUE O2
Thu 19 February ZURICH Hallenstadion