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A Kind of Magic

Craig Fair and Trailside present theatrical Queen concert

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Craig Fair Music Productions and Trailside Music Hall will present their first co-production, A Kind of Magic… A Night of Queen! this August in Charlottetown.

Conceived and directed by Craig Fair (Music Director for The Charlottetown Festival’s Jesus Christ Superstar, Kronborg, and Mamma Mia! productions), the theatrical concert experience will feature an electrifying night of music with eleven local artists who will light up the stage, including stars Joce Reyome, Brandon Howard Roy and Joseé Boudreau.

A Kind of Magic… A Night of Queen! pays homage to the wild, moving, exhilarating and tragic life of Freddie Mercury. The show is sure to convey a new, or possibly unrealized, appreciation for the lyrics and music created by the legendary group. 

Almost fifty years after the release of Queen’s first studio album (1973), audiences in Charlottetown will be treated to the band’s career hits, plus a few that may take them by surprise. Some of the songs featured, include “One Vision,” “Tie Your Mother Down,” “Another One Bites the Dust,” “Crazy Little Thing Called Love,” “Radio Ga Ga,” “Somebody to Love,” “Tear It Up,” “Show Must Go On,” “Bohemian Rhapsody,” and more.

The production will run for three consecutive nights—August 5, 6 and 7—at Trailside Music Hall, 155 Kent Street, Charlottetown.

“I won’t be a rock star. I will be a legend.”  —Freddie Mercury 

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