Your Essential Queen Playlist

Heading to Marlay Park this Sunday? Here's your essential rewind of some of the greatest ever hits by any rock band ever.

Queen & Adam Lambart - Marley Park 2018

Bringing you the best of the setlist from Queen & Adam Lambart at Marley Park this summer! Also featuring tracks from suporting acts The Boomtown Rats and The Darkness!


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