Freddy Mercury is returning to Wembley Arena.
Albeit, in a different form.
Queen filled the London stadium with 72,000 screaming fans in 1985 as part of the Live Aid concert which was voted as one of the greatest performances of all time.
33 years later — and 27 years after Freddie’s death — the venue will play host to the premiere of the film about his life.
Bohemian Rhapsody, which stars Mr. Robot actor Rami Malek as the late entertainer, will screen October 23rd at London’s SEE Arena, Wembley.
“The venue is perfect for showcasing the show-stopping performances in the film,” said the UK managing director of Fox Entertainment, Chris Green.
The premiere will be open to the public and will benefit Mercury Phoenix Trust which is the organization founded in Freddie’s name that supports HIV/AIDS initiatives globally.
As Queen said — the show must go on!