Queen Announce AIDS Benefit
The concert will be in support of The Mercury Phoenix Trust.Marking what would have been Freddie Mercury's 67th birthday, the fundraiser will take place on September 5th at One Mayfair in London, with performances from Roger Daltrey, Planet Rock's own Al Murray and more.
The evening will also feature a competiton to win a VIP trip to New York and a house band fronted by Queen’s musical director and keyboard player Spike Edne.
All proceeds will go to The Mercury Phoenix Trust, the AIDS charity set up in Freddie's name.
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