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Queen Tickets Madison Square Garden: Ticket Down Slashes Prices on Tickets for Adam Lambert and Queen at Madison Square Garden (MSG) in New York City on Thursday, July 17th

Ticket Down announces that they have reduced prices across the board for the Queen and Adam Lambert concert at Madison Square Garden on July 17. Add special promo code QUEEN-2014 for added savings off their already low concert ticket prices on Queen and A

NEW YORK, March 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Ticket Down announces that they have slashed prices across the board for Queen tickets at Madison Square Garden (MSG).  Queen along with Lambert will be live in New York City on Thursday, July 17, 2014.   Find Queen MSG floor seats, front row seats, lower level, upper level and VIP seating at Ticket Down.


Madison Square Garden, the World's Most Famous Arena, opened in 1964 and has been the home to numerous blockbuster events in music, entertainment and sports ever since. The facility will add another event to its list of top shows in their history on July 17 when Queen and Adam Lambert take the stage together as part of their 19-date North American tour. The tour could be the final one for the English rock band on North American soil, so this tour and especially this stop are must-see for diehard fans.

Madison Square Garden, the home of the New York Knicks of the National Basketball Association and New York Rangers of the National Hockey League has seen many memorable concert stops over the years. Some of the best artists in the music business have performed there including George Harrison, Elvis Presley, The Police, Elton John, John Lennon, Michael Jackson and many other popular stars performed on the Garden stage. The facility can seat 20,000 fans for concerts and will need each of those seats when Lambert and Queen play there.

Lambert came into the music business in 2009 when he was a contestant on American Idol. Lambert didn't leave the show as the winner, but his second place finish still warranted a record deal. Months later, his debut album For Your Entertainment was released and has since sold more than 830,000 copies and has been certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. The album peaked at the No. 3 spot on the American charts. His follow up album, Trespassing, was released in 2012 and opened at the No. 1 spot on the Billboard charts. With that album, he became the first openly gay superstar to reach that position.

For the legendary rock group Queen, live shows are where they stand out. They have released 16 studio albums, six live albums and 12 compilation albums that have helped them gain fans around the world. They have released 62 singles that have aided in their album sales to the point where depending on who is asked, have included anywhere from 150 million to 300 million total. When Queen performs live with Lambert in the place of original lead singer Freddie Mercury, it won't be their first show together. They performed on Idol and were one of the most talked about performances of the 2013 iHeart Radio Music Festival.

Ticket Down delivers tickets to sold out concerts and events worldwide when no one else can, and they do so at discounted prices.  As a member of TicketNetworkDirect, they can guarantee the delivery of tickets on time for sporting events like NASCAR, NBA, NFL AND NHL.  This popular ticket exchange also has cheap Queen tickets at Madison Square Garden (MSG).  

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