Early plans for a Queen tribute show for 1,700 people to take place in September have been outlined by Charlton Athletic in a letter sent to local residents.
The show would be the first concert to take place at The Valley since Elton John played there 15 years ago. This would be a much smaller affair, with a far lower crowd than most football matches there.
While there are a number of Queen shows doing the rounds, the club have told The Charlton Champion that this will feature a West End cast and be produced by Squareleg Promotions. The event would run from 5pm to 10.15pm.
The club has set up a Zoom call on Wednesday at noon to discuss its plans with local residents – to join, email events[at]cafc.co.uk.
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