Wednesday, April 2, 2014
TD Garden to Host Two Incredible Classic Bands
There is certainly no shortage of amazing live music to see in Boston on any given day and this summer is going to be no exception. Besides mainstays like Boston Calling Music Festival and Radio 92.9's annual Earthfest (which is free in case you didn't know) the Boston TD Garden will play host to two huge stadium rock bands this year and both promise to be unforgettable. Queen with Adam Lambert has announced a full North American tour after the success of their shows last year and are slated to play the Garden on July 22. Brian May has said that this is the closest anyone will get to seeing Queen as they were in their hey-day with their undeniably incredible front man Freddie Mercury. His large shoes have been masterfully filled by Lambert who, while focused on his own projects, is having an amazing time touring with Queen and brings the same flair, enthusiasm, and vocals to classic songs like "Don't Stop Me Now", "Bicycle", and of course "Bohemian Rhapsody". As if that wasn't good enough, the TD Garden will also host Fleetwood Mac on October 10th and with the recent announcement of the return of Christie McVie, the band will see it's Rumours lineup together again for the first time in nearly 20 years. McVie has fully committed to the tour and the potential for a new album which means longtime fans would not only get to see classics like "Go Your Own Way" and "Dreams" but also new tracks from a band that has spanned nearly five decades. So don't miss out! And be sure to stay up to date with the rest of the Boston music scene because it continues to provide some of the best shows in the Northeast.