14 Sep 2019 (20:00) at Róisín Dubh
€15 (€15 members)
A tribute to Queen
“WOW. WHAT a GIG. PHENOMONAL. I WAS LEFT SPEECHLESS.” - Pat Courtenay, Radio Nova
“As close to the real thing as it gets!” - Keith Barry
“I’ve never seen jeans so tight ….and so white... in all my life” - Lucy Kennedy
Irish premiere tribute act, Qween, have been blazing a 5 star review trail across the country bringing the legendary Hooks and stadium anthems from British rock Gods, Queen. Since their inception in March 2018, the 5 piece have been in high demand throughout the country, wowing audiences with their high energy show stopping set throughout well established venues selling out every venue they have played throughout their short-lived inception. With their expansive appeal to all ages, Qween have taken the festival road by storm this summer 2019, championing audiences at Tayto Park Funfest, a full house at the Donegal Town Festival, The Taste of Dublin, BikeFest 2019 and Fever Pitch Galway, out gunning the big hitters like The Stunning, and Aslan on their way.
Qween also headlined the Gorey Market Festival attracting over 5000+ to a rain soaked Main Street, last week selling out Cyprus Avenue Cork, and headlined the Drumlish Festival, Longford.
Qween were also the official act to play the “Freddie for a Day” annual show in The Hard Rock Cafe on Freddie Mercurys birthday, with all proceeds going to the Mercury Trust Foundation. In 2020, a European Tour awaits them.
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