The musical show, which is held on September 5 at El Molino de Barcelona, has the recognition of Brian May, and raise funds in the fight against HIV / AIDS
Hard Rock Cafe is celebrating Freddie Mercury's birthday this September 5 with the show "A Night At The Opera" at El Molino de Barcelona.
This tribute concert to Queen is celebrated for the third consecutive year, and represents a way to contribute to the fund-raising activities in the fight against HIV / AIDS, on a day in memory of the singer of the English band, who died in 1991 because of this disease. 100% of box office receipts will go to the Mercury Phoenix Trust for contre fight AIDS.
In the show, directed by Danny Gomez, who previously worked in touch with Queen in the musical "We Will Rock You", the band's greatest hits are interpreted with an unprecedented sound.
Before the concert, Marcos Tajadura, one of the best imitators of Freddie Mercury, recreates the sound and amazing performance of Mercury in the video for "I want to break free", with a formidable acrobatic show. It is tradition that the audience also attend this party dressed as Freddy Mercury, and, as a mustache is given away with the ticket, the color and friendliness are guaranteed in this night of rock and solidarity.
"A Night At The Opera"
When: September 5
Where: El Molino de Barcelona
Price: 10 € with a mustache included
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