Fans in the Great White North were treated to an amazing show by Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's Queen.

Queen who was formed back in 1970, has been on the road over the past couple of years being fronted by former American Idol contestant Adam Lambert.

Our good friend David "Gus" Griesinger from BackstageAxxess was at the show with the camera in hand. (CHECK OUT PHOTOS AND FULL REVIEW)

Lambert joined Brian May and Roger Taylor in 2011 after coming in 2nd on American and has been touring around the world since.

This stop at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto was the 3rd stop on the band's "Rhapsody Tour.”

They played all the favorites and then song and that kept the crowd on their feet for much of the evening. From the opening song to the encore, fans of Queen were treated to an amazing show.

Some of the songs that were on the setlist for the show included, "Stone Cold Crazy", "Another One Bites The Dust" and "Bicycle Race". The band saved the best for last and they played three songs for an encore that included, "We Will Rock You", "Radio Ga Ga", and "We Are the Champions"

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Up next for Queen is a trip along the East Coast of America. They are headed to Boston and then Philly before heading down to Texas and then out west.

Queen will be traveling through North America through November and then they head to Japan in early 2024.

Check out some photos from Queen's Toronto show at Scotiabank Arena.

Queen Rocks The Stage In Toronto

Fans in the Great White North were treated to an amazing show by Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's Queen.

Gallery Credit: Dave Fields

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