Queen Tops List of Festival Performances

Queen Tops List of Festival Performances

When it comes to performances at festivals, Queen‘s set at 1985’s Live Aid tops a Toronto Sun list of the Top Music Festival Performances of All-Time.

“There’s no better example of a frontman having the crowd in the palm of his hand than Freddie Mercury at London’s Wembley Stadium on July 13th, 1985. In what will go down as one of the greatest live performances in rock history, the English rockers breeze through a six-song greatest hits set in rapid fire succession. Mercury, acting as a choirmaster, leads the 72,000 in attendance in an unforgettable sing-along.”

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