Web: busestoconcerts.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 0845 46 33 258 Office: 028 92 64 60 63
Buses To Concerts will be running coaches to Queen and Adam Lambert on 8th July 2018 in Marlay Park
Coaches depart from:
BELFAST 2.00pm - Bus Stop @ College Square North BT16AS
LISBURN 2.20pm - Sprucefield M&S Bus Stop @ Roundabout
BANBRIDGE 2.40pm - Bus Stop Opp Home Bargains in Outlet Park
NEWRY 3.00pm - Fiveways Roundabout, Bus Stop layby at Side of Fiveways Shop
5.30pm approx arrive in Dublin
www.busestoconcerts.com for info / call 0845 46 33 258
Return is 30mins after event from Coach Park.
Price is for Coach travel only & does not include entry to event. Coach Drop off is at the coach park near Croke Park. Call for details. Some Coaches may have toilet facilites, however there will be exceptions. Comfort breaks are provided enroute. Tickets must be purchased online or over the phone, if you turn up without a ticket you may be refused entry.
When Adam Lambert was a young theater performer with a growing rock & roll fixation, there was one flamboyant singer who reflected his interests in the masculine and feminine, the daring and ironic: Queen's late frontman Freddie Mercury. What I always loved about Queen was that I could see what Freddie and the band were exploring, and I could identify with that," says Lambert, the breakout American Idol runner-up and solo hitmaker, who also tours with Queen + Adam Lambert. "I started falling in love with rock & roll, I dressed up like a club kid and went out at night, wore weird shit, I'm gay – all of that stuff put together. When I look at the history of rock & roll, Queen is the band that resonated the most with me: 'That's me, that's my life.'"