ADAM LAMBERT ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM VELVET OUT 20TH MARCH
THE BRAND NEW SINGLE ‘ROSES’ FEATURING NILE RODGERS, OUT NOW
ANNOUNCES EUROPEAN SOLO TOUR INCLUDING MANCHESTER PRIDE AND LONDON’S THE SSE ARENA, WEMBLEY PLUS MINI LAS VEGAS RESIDENCY
International superstar Adam Lambert announces his brand new album Velvet, to be released 20th March – available to pre-order here. Today also sees the release of new song ‘Roses’ featuring Nile Rodgers, which arrives following previous single ‘Superpower’ and the highly anticipated release of EP Velvet: Side A. Featuring on the upcoming album Velvet, ‘Roses’ was written by Adam Lambert, Fred Ball, Kes Kross and produced by Fred Ball. The song is a high-groove, pop-soul track, timeless in its melody with Adam’s sultry vocal and a classic 70s funk edge assisted by disco pioneer and music legend Nile Rodgers.
Stranger You Are
Roses feat. Nile Rodgers
Closer To You
Comin In Hot
On The Moon
Ready To Run
Adam will tour the new album across Europe with The Velvet Tour, commencing in Manchester, UK on 30th August for the Manchester Pride festival, before playing London’s Wembley Arena and making his way across Europe concluding in Helsinki on 12th September. Full dates below.
Prior to his solo tour, Adam will embark on the European leg of The Rhapsody Tour with Queen (Queen + Adam Lambert). The huge run of dates will include ten shows at London’s O2 Arena, stopping across the continent with shows in Italy, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Denmark, The Netherlands and Spain. The Australian leg of the tour kicks off on February 13 in Brisbane.
Full list of dates/tickets - http://www.queenonline.com/upcoming_shows
In-between worldwide shows with Queen, Adam will perform a mini Las Vegas residency, Velvet, at The Venetian Resort Hotel & Casino.
‘VELVET’ LAS VEGAS RESIDENCY – APRIL 2020
22 April – Las Vegas, NV, US – The Venetian
24 April – Las Vegas, NV, US – The Venetian
25 April – Las Vegas, NV US – The Venetian
THE ‘VELVET’ TOUR (EUROPE) – AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2020
30 August – Manchester, UK – Manchester Pride
01 September – London, UK – The SSE Arena Wembley
03 September – Amsterdam, Netherlands – AFAS Live
04 September – Cologne, Germany – Carlswerk Victoria
05 September – Berlin, Germany – Huxleys
07 September – Warsaw, Poland – Expo
08 September – Hamburg, Germany – Grosse Freiheit
09 September – Copenhagen, Denmark – Vega
12 September – Helsinki, Finland – Ice