Press Release: Don’t stop then now – Queen + Adam Lambert announce extra South American Concert


Q+AL South America

Argentina: Friday 17 July, 2015.

It would seem that South America can’t get enough of Queen + Adam Lambert who head out to the Latin continent in September.

Having already sold out five stadium and arena shows in Brazil, Argentina and Chile, the band has now extended its tour with a further show added in Argentina.

In addition to topping the 30th Anniversary opening night of Rock in Rio on September 18 and further concerts in Brazil, Argentina and Chile through September, the band has now added a second Argentina show : at Cordoba’s Orfreo Superdome on Sunday 27th September. Tickets go on sale today, Friday July 17 at:

The extra show brings Queen + Adam Lambert ‘s total number of September shows in South America to six.

On the announcement, Queen’s Roger Taylor said: “We are thrilled to be playing in Córdoba! Queen and Adam are flying high right now and guarantee to rock your socks off!”

Adam Lambert expressed his anticipation of the coming concerts saying: “I’m seeing and feeling the excitement for these shows. I can’t wait to be on stage in South America for the very first time!”

Queen’s full South America date sheet now reads:

– Wed 16 September Brazil, Sao Paulo Ibirapuera Arena
– Fri 18 September Brazil, Rio de Janeiro Rock in Rio 
– Mon 21 September Brazil, Porto Alegre, Gigantinho
– Fri 25 September Argentina, Buenos Aires Geba
– Sun 27 September Argentina, Cordoba Superdomo
– Wed 30 September Chile, Santiago Pista Atletica

Such was the excitement surrounding Queen + Lambert’s opening night at the historic Rock in Rio Festival, a show which will celebrate Queen’s return to Rio’s City of Rock almost exactly 30 years after appearing at the very first Rock in Rio January 11, 1985, that tickets for this appearance sold out in less than three hours after going on sale.

Other shows also sold out in record time.

The forthcoming shows follow Queen + Adam Lambert having played 67 completely sold out arena shows across North America, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand and Europe in less than a year.