Of course there are many dates still to come of the jaunt, so the setlist could be tweaked at any point.
But last night’s collection of tracks confirms that the group will by busting out as many as 31 tracks.
All of the biggest hits – from Bohemian Rhapsody to Under Pressure – are on the bill, along with the likes of Another One Bites The Dust, We Will Rock You and Who Wants To Live Forever.
The Show Must Go On, which Adam Lambert recently identified as the toughest one of all to sing, is relatively early in the performance.
Here’s the full Rhapsody Tour setlist, according to attendees at the Vancouver, Canada show on July 10.
1. Now I’m Here
2. Seven Seas of Rhye
3. Keep Yourself Alive
4. Hammer To Fall
5. Killer Queen
6. Don’t Stop Me Now
7. In The Lap of the Gods… Revisited
8. Somebody To Love
9. The Show Must Go On
10. I’m In Love With My Car
11. Bicycle Race
12. Fat Bottomed Girls
13. One Vision
14. Machines (Or Back To Humans)
15. Radio Ga Ga
16. Love of My Love
18. Doing All Right
19. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
20. Under Pressure
21. I Want To Break Free
Interlude: You Take My Breath Away
22. Who Wants To Live Forever
23. Last Horizon (Brian May song)
24. Guitar Solo (Brighton Rock)
25. Tie Your Mother Down
26. Dragon Attack
27. Another One Bites The Dust
28. I Want It All
29. Bohemian Rhapsody
Interlude: Freddie Mercury recording, Ay-Oh
30. We Will Rock You (Encore)
31. We Are The Champions (Encore)
From tape: God Save the Queen and Heroes
The Rhapsody Tour continues around North America and Canada for the next few weeks, wrapping up in Charlotte on August 23.
It then resumes in Asia in January 2020, for six shows that take in South Korea and Japan.
New Zealand and Australia will then be visited in February, with no UK dates as of yet.
May wrote on Instagram after the first performance: “THANK YOU VANCOUVER !!! Wonderful welcome !! Wow !
“We survived show number 1 !!!! And only a few moments of panic ! Ha ha ! I’ll be looking at your comments !!! Cheers !”