Queen are back, but this time step up Adam Lambert. The American singer has guided the band into making a comeback and has taken up the role of lead vocals ahead of one legendary figure.
This will be the bandís first tour of the UK since forming in 2012 having already performed in America and Oceania.
Adam Lambert takes over the role of the great Freddie Mercury and gives a stand out performance with the fantastic Queen camaraderie behind him supporting the singer through classic hits.
Their UK tour starts on the 13th January in the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle before they finish on the 24th of January in the Capital FM Arena in Nottingham.
Events include Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow and two nights at the London O2 Arena on the 17th and 18th of January.
On their tour so far they have played the classics that have made Queen one of the greatest bands to ever grace some of the biggest stages in the world.
Such knockouts include 'Killer Queen', Somebody to Love', 'Another One Bites the Dustí and 'Bohemian Rhapsody'.
After the original band had formed in 1970 only two members of the innovative quartet remain in Brian May and Roger Taylor, with John Deacon and Freddie Mercury sadly passing on.
The new-look band started off on American Idol, where Adam Lambert started off his career, collaborating with the British musicians and performing hits before becoming runner-up on the eighth season.
Since 2011 the reformed group have got together and played a number events, rejuvenating the brilliance of Queen for another time.
They started their tour in 2012 in a campaign with Elton John, then went to perform at a number of festivals before announcing their American tour in late 2014, and European tour in 2015.
In their recent household concerts they have sold out a number of venues, and will be looking to do the same in Great Britain.
Adam Lambert has had big shoes to fill, but for May and Taylor to have so much faith and trust in the Americans abilities shows they believe the 32-year-old frontman can go on and deliver great performances.
It will be hard to come back to the motherland of where Queen began their draft and to take audiences by storm without Freddie, but based on their recent shows nothing should stop them now.