Win Tickets to See We Will Rock You at the Fox Theatre This Wednesday

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We Will Rock You, a rock musical based on the songs of Queen, is coming to the Fox Theatre this week, and we have two pairs of tickets to give away to Wednesday night's show!

To win, simply tell us your favorite Queen song and why. Be creative! You may enter in the comments below -- make sure you include some way of contacting you, as well as your full name so you can pick up your tickets. We will announce the winner here by 5 p.m. Wednesday.

We Will Rock You is a musical that was first spawned in 2002 by the members of Queen and playwright Ben Elton. The London production is the longest-running musical at Camden's esteemed Dominion Theatre, and has been spun off into productions spanning the globe. We Will Rock You has been produced in five of the world's continents and has garnered an international fan base.

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527 N. Grand Blvd., St. Louis, MO

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9 comments
rclark121
rclark121

Don't Stop Me Now is my favorite Queen song. I have been dealing with Ovarian cancer for 12 years. Although I rarely get depressed about it...when I do...I listen to this song. Not saying that for sympathy.....just the truth.....Or if I am feeling lazy.......this song picks me up. Listening to this song on a warm day with the windows open gets me going to house clean!!!! Rose Clark. roseclarkyo@gmail.com

l_messmer
l_messmer

Save Me. I love all Queen and there are so many good songs, but I guess it's way he sang it. You could tell that he was singing about a place he'd be before.

shawn.d.monroe
shawn.d.monroe

Who doesn't love Queen.  They are one of the best rock groups ever, and was one of the first rock groups I learned.  From Bohemian Rhapsody, Night at the Opera, Champions...they will ROCK YOU!!  I would loooooove to hear them in person!!! 

Pick me, pick me, pick me!!!!!


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g238productions
g238productions

Don't Stop Me Now. No matter what you're doing, if that song comes on, you better stop and dance your ass off!

SophieZavaglia
SophieZavaglia

My favorite Queen song? That's a tough one. But, if I had to choose, I would say The Prophet's Song from the "Night at the Opera" album. At 8 mins and 21 seconds, it is the perfect embodiment of everything that is amazing about Queen. It's elaborate, cinematic, imaginative, and flawless in its execution. Showcases the talents of each member perfectly.


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QueenFan
QueenFan

My favorite Queen song?  ALL OF THEM!  Why?  Because Queen has been a part of my life since I was 8.  Every single song has a memory, meaning, milestone, or artifact associated with my life.  Their music is the backbone of my existence.  My wife proposed to me with an autographed photo of Freddie Mercury.  My daughter's first, and still favorite, sing along song is Radio Ga Ga.  I will even show you my Queen tattoo!


Chris Koenig


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QueenFan
QueenFan

My favorite Queen song?  ALL OF THEM!  Why?  Because Queen has been a part of my life since I was 8.  Every single song has a memory, meaning, milestone, or artifact associated with my life.  Their music is the backbone of my existence.  My wife proposed to me with an autographed photo of Freddie Mercury.  My daughter's first, and still favorite, sing along song is Radio Ga Ga.  Hell, I will even show you my Queen tattoo!


Chris Koenig


ninautographs@yahoo.com

mlharris31
mlharris31

I'm a HUGE Queen fan! I sing Bohemian Rhapsody almost daily and listen to my Queen Pandora station at work to get motivated for the day ahead. I have an infant daughter and sing Queen songs to her all of the time.


I think my favorite, if I have to put just one song down, is "The Show Must Go On" because it is such a great ballad. Plus, it's amazing to think that Freddie Mercury sang it near the end of his life and still sounded so strong and vibrant in the recordings. The song has a hopeful message we can all use once in a while.


Megan Harris

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sauerpower83
sauerpower83

It might be cliche, but I have fond memories of "We Will Rock You/We are the Champions," which were played towards the end of "The Mighty Ducks," which I watched 37 times a day when I was 11. Really pumped me up, as well as Emilio Estevez.


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