Almost Queen: A Tribute To Queen

With Special Guests The Super '70s Concert Experience Featuring Super Trans Am

They don’t just pay tribute to the legendary band, Almost Queen transports you back in time to experience the magic and essence of Queen themselves. This deliberate four piece band is “guaranteed to blow your mind” with iconic four-part harmonies and expertly executed musical interludes. Almost Queen’s impressive tribute to Queen is nothing short of breathtaking. The band’s authenticity shines through in their impeccable attention to detail and genuine costumes, while their live energy and precision will leave music fans of all ages with an unforgettable concert experience.

Almost Queen’s concerts are a true testament to the band’s love for Queen’s music. Fans often travel long distances just to experience Almost Queen’s carefully curated setlist featuring Queen’s best-loved songs, like Somebody to Love, Don’t Stop Me Now, Fat Bottomed Girls, and Radio Ga Ga. Almost Queen occasionally plays some lesser-known album tracks, such as Flash, Spread Your Wings, Love of My Life, as well as other hidden gems. And of course, no Queen tribute concert would be complete without classics like Bohemian Rhapsody, We Will Rock You, and We Are the Champions! It’s no wonder fans keep coming back for more, attending again and again to experience the music of Queen in a manner that only Almost Queen delivers.

About Super Trans AM

Roll down your windows, crank up the radio, and take a ride in a Super Trans AM.

Super Trans Am is the most unique and innovative theme band today, playing all of your favorite arena anthems and chart-topping radio hits of the 1970s. 

Combining unparalleled musicianship with artistic and inspired A/V production, you’ll enjoy revisiting classic singalongs from one of the most definable decades in American history. Performing masterworks from icons such as The Eagles, Hall & Oates, The Doobie Brothers, Paul McCartney & Wings, Peter Frampton, Kiss, Boston and Journey as well as yacht rock favorites like “Still the One” by Orleans and Pilot’s “Magic.”

It’s time to dust off your flared jeans, break out the air guitar and take a trip back to the days when Welcome Back Kotter and Happy Days kept us glued to our televisions, Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter led our nation, kids jumped Evil Kneivel toys over their Matchbox cars and these timeless songs became the soundtrack to our lives.

Ladies and gentlemen… start your engines. Super Trans Am has arrived.

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