Pop royalty in Denmark: As one queen sells out …

Another one announces plans to visit

Tickets to Adele’s two concerts in Denmark today sold out in just 20 minutes.

The queen
Fans of the British pop-singer showed an enormous interest and took to the sales that started today at 10 am with great vigour.

Adele announced last week she will perform two concerts in Denmark while touring Europe in 2016.

The soulful superstar will sing at Forum, Copenhagen on May 3 and at Jyske Bank Boxen in Herning on May 4.

And Queen
Meanwhile, Jelling Musikfestival in east Jutland has announced that legendary rock band Queen will perform with the US vocalist Adam Lambert at the end of May.

It will be just the third time that the British band has visited Denmark.

Their first performance took place in 1978 with the iconic Freddy Mercury at the helm, while the second occurred in February with Lambert.

Tickets to the Jelling Musikfestival are still available and cost between 350 and 2,300 kroner.

Among the other acts appearing are Swedish duo Roxette, Ireland’s The Script and Medina.





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