Here are some review comments from last night, 23 July, in Dallas… from https://dallasvoice.com. Also some photos of the unique appearance of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, on stage with the band.
MORE PHOTOS OF SHOW HERE – ENJOY !!
Thanks to Nigel Reed – See a selection below…
“Queen proved, nearly 50 years later, that they can still checkmate lesser bands.” – DALLAS VOICE
“The visuals – operatic and lush, with nods to the original album covers, and even films like Metropolis — were amazing.” – DALLAS VOICE
“[Lambert] said, we would, collectively, be celebrating Freddie Mercury and Queen together. And for more than two hours, that is just what happened, it the best way possible.” – DALLAS VOICE
“Queen was great, and it is great, not as a nostalgia act (despite the presence of original members Brian May and Roger Taylor) but for the sound that transcends generations. This stuff just doesn’t get old .” – DALLAS VOICE
“May and Taylor don’t need to imitate anybody – they are already one of the greatest guitarists of all time, and solid rock drummer.” – DALLAS VOICE
“The band launched into “Fat Bottomed Girls” and the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders joined them, and you knew May wasn’t foolin’ when he paid homage to being inspired by Texas’ reputation for the over-sized.” – DALLAS VOICE
With thanks to Nigel Reed for photos: