The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert April 20, 1992. Opening 2 songs.

Televised live worldwide to an estimated audience of ONE BILLION VIEWERS.
Following Freddie Mercury's death on November 24, 1991 from AIDS, the remaining members of Queen (John Deacon, Brian May and Roger Taylor) came together to organize an open air concert to celebrate the life and legacy of Mercury, as well as raise money for AIDS research, and spread awareness about this disease. In February 1992, at the annual BRIT Awards ceremony, Brian May and Roger Taylor announced plans for the concert. When tickets finally went on sale, all 72,000 tickets sold out in just two hours, even though no performers were announced apart from remaining members of Queen.
The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness was an open-air concert held on Easter Monday, April 20, 1992 at London's Wembley Stadium, televised live worldwide to an estimated audience of ONE BILLION VIEWERS. The concert was a tribute to the life of the late Queen frontman, Freddie Mercury, with all proceeds going to AIDS research. The show marked bassist John Deacon's final concert with Queen (save one live appearance with Brian May, Roger Taylor and Elton John in 1997). The profits from the concert were used to launch The Mercury Phoenix Trust AIDS charity organization.

1. Tie Your Mother Down: Queen + Joe Elliott(Def Leppard) and Slash (GnR)
2. I Want It All: Queen + Roger Daltry and Toni Iommi (Black Sabbath)
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