The Bohemians return with A Concert Celebrating Queen’s Finest Live Performances, from 1973 to Magic ‘86
Internationally renowned Queen Tribute band The Bohemians return with a new tour, new costumes, new production, a new set and take you back to the early 70’s. Remember when Bohemian Rhapsody was number one in the charts, (the first time round) and Queen played the Legendary Hammersmith Odeon show as filmed and shown on the BBC Whistle Test program . Remember the long hair, the big winged shirts, even the harlequin leotards of ‘77! Yes, The Bohemians take you back to the decade that taste forgot.
Move on to 1979, ‘The Crazy Tour’, deemed to be one of Queen’s most exhilarating performances within the Queen fraternity, Queen certainly hit the peek of their live performances on this highly
regarded tour. Red, skin tight, PVC trousers, Fat Bottom Girls, Don’t Stop Me Now, ‘The Pizza Oven’ lighting Rig and a crazy live performance to take you to the end of an exhilarating first half of the show.
The second half celebrates Queen’s most successful and famous tour – ‘The Magic Tour’. How can anyone forget the classic yellow jacket and the massive hits such as, A Kind of Magic, I Want to Break Free and One Vision. The Bohemians then celebrate Queen’s triumphant ‘Live Aid’ performance in 1985, universally regarded as one of Queen’s finest hour (well 20 minutes…).
The Bohemians re-create the show we all wanted to see (and some were lucky enough to get tickets) in ‘86, ending in grand style and pomp as you would have expected from any of Queen’s magnificent live performances.