Queen's biggest and most impressive show, rated by Rolling Stone magazine as "The Greatest Queen Show of All Time," returns to Spain. After 20 years of consecutive success, God Save The Queen presents its biggest show in history. The world's Number 1 Queen band celebrates their 20-year career, having been chosen by 20th Century Fox & Queen to promote the band's official film "Bohemian Rhapsody" with their most ambitious show, emulating all stages of Queen's career, with an emphasis on the 1985 Live Aid concert.God Save The Queen will perform 80 performances worldwide , which will take them to Europe, Latin America, USA, Japan and for the first time to Southeast Asia. The band celebrates the creation of a new concept in shows, this time oriented for mass spaces, where it proposes a tour without respite for the QUEEN race, from 1973 to 1995, with themes to get excited such as Bohemian Rhapsody, We Will Rock You or We Are The Champions.Children under 16 years old will only be able to access the venue accompanied by an adult responsible FOR REDUCEDMOVILITY"To access the venue must be presented , together with the entrance, sufficient official documentation attesting to the special mobility conditions for which the specific location location has acquired. Persons who do not document their situation will not be able to access the venue with this type of entry even if they have made their purchase. Companions of persons with reduced mobility must purchase the ticket called "Accompanying Ticket" and will be located in a locality eelja to that of their accompanied party." Maximum 1 companion per wheelchair.