Ruler rocks Rio de JaneiroRIO DE JANEIRO (AFP) – British rockers Queen, with American Adam Lambert at vocals, had a huge number of Brazilians on their feet and droning “We will shake you!” at Friday night s Rock in Rio show.

Somewhere in the range of 85,000 individuals packed into the Cidade do Rock, a goliath coliseum that will likewise serve as a venue for a few occasions of the 2016 Summer Olympics.

Lambert, 33, belted out such classics as “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “I Want to Break Free” alongside veteran Queen rockers Roger Taylor and Brian May, both a ways into their 60s.

Features of the late Freddie Mercury, the showy lead Queen vocalist who kicked the bucket of wellbeing intricacies acquired on by AIDS 1991, flashed on the goliath screen amid those tunes. The group ran wild with regard.

“Adam Lambert is exciting,” said 38-year-old Reinaldo Amand. “It s not a matter of attempting to copy Freddie, but instead to enliven the general population.”

He would know – Amand tackles the part of Freddie Mercury in a Brazilian Queen tribute band.

Clad in tight white jeans and donning an all around prepped mustache and a short yellow coat, Amand was so spot-on that fans ran to bring selfies with him.

Among the show goers was Walter Parana, who was one of the 250,000 individuals who saw Queen perform with the majority of its unique individuals in Rio amid a deluge in 1985.

“That was the best show of my life,” Parana told AFP. “Everything was loaded with mud, however it didn t matter. I hopped so much that my shoes fell off and I went home unshod.”

One Republic and The Script opened the first day of the occasion, a seven-day rock event split up more than two weeks.

Other enormous names set to perform throughout the following days incorporate Metallica, Motley Crue, Rod Stewart, Elton John and Seal.


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