Queen + Adam Lambert ‘Live Around the World’ Concert Film Now Streaming Online

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You hear the cheers from the crowd before you see Queen + Adam Lambert even step on the stage. That’s how the group’s latest live album-turned-concert film Live Around the World begins. Originally released on DVD back in October, the concert film is now finally available to stream online.

WATCH: Queen + Adam Lambert – Live Around The World, $4.99 to rent, $12.99 to purchase, available on Amazon

Live Around the World includes more than an hour-and-a-half of tour and concert footage, taken from Queen + Adam Lambert’s dozens of performances over the last six years. It begins with the band’s opening number of “Tear It Up” at London’s O2 Arena in 2018, and includes the group’s memorable 2014 performance of “Another One Bites the Dust” in Tokyo. The film concludes with a rendition of the the band’s historic Live Aid medley, including “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “We Are the Champions,” recorded during their 2020 Fire Fight Australia benefit show at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney.

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The film also includes a show-stopping performance of “Love Kills,” filmed during Queen’s set with Lambert at the iHeart Radio Festival in Los Angeles back in 2014. After having first shared the stage with Queen in LA during his run on American Idol, Lambert began performing with the group under the “Queen + Adam Lambert” moniker in 2011.

WATCH: Queen + Adam Lambert – Live Around The World, $4.99 to rent, $12.99 to purchase, available on Amazon

You can check out the full official set list for the Live Around the World film below, and stream it online starting at $4.99 here.

“Tear It Up” – The O2, London, UK, 02/07/2018
“Now I’m Here” – Summer Sonic, Tokyo, Japan, 2014
“Another One Bites The Dust” – Summer Sonic, Tokyo, Japan, 2014
“Fat Bottomed Girls ft. Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders” – American Airlines Center, Dallas, USA, 2019
“Don’t Stop Me Now” – Rock In Rio, Lisbon, Portugal, 2016
“I Want To Break Free” – Rock In Rio, Lisbon, Portugal, 2016
“Somebody To Love” – Isle of Wight Festival, UK, 2016
“Love Kills – The Ballad” – iHeart Radio Theater, Los Angeles, USA, 2014
“I Was Born To Love You” – Summer Sonic, Tokyo, Japan, 2014
“Drum Battle” – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, Australia, 2014
“Under Pressure” – Global Citizen Festival, New York, USA, 2019
“Who Wants To Live Forever” – Isle of Wight Festival, UK, 2016
“The Guitar Solo (Last Horizon)” – The O2, London, UK, 2018
“The Show Must Go On” – The O2, London, UK, 04/07/2018
“Love Of My Life” – The O2, London, UK, 02/07/2018
“Bohemian Rhapsody” – Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020
“Radio Ga Ga” – Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020
“Ay-Ohs” – Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020
“Hammer To Fall” – Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020
“Crazy Little Thing Called Love” – Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020
“We Will Rock You” – Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020
“We Are The Champions” – Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020

The Live Around the World concert film comes after Queen pushed back their “Rhapsody” tour dates to May 2021 due to the pandemic, though it’s still unclear if they’ll hit the road this year. Meanwhile, Lambert, who released his album Velvet last March, is set to stream a couple of solo live shows January 29th from the Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles, which you can still buy tickets for here.

The Live Around the World album meantime, is available now as a digital download, as a double CD, and two-disc vinyl on Amazon.

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