What Was The Biggest Crowd At A Queen Concert?

Queen’s Live Aid performance at Wembley Stadium on July 13, 1985 was the biggest crowd they ever performed to. Over 72,000 people were in attendance, making it one of the largest concert crowds of all time. Queen’s iconic live set marked their ascent to superstardom and is still considered by many fans to be one of their greatest performances.

Queen’s set at Live Aid was epic. The band members put on one of the most electrifying shows of all time, hitting all their classic favorites. From the iconic introductory guitar riff to “Bohemian Rhapsody” to the crowd sing-a-longs throughout their set, Queen gave a performance for the ages. Even after over 35 years of performing together, it’s still considered one of their best concerts ever!

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