Queen have released a trailer for their upcoming Live At The Rainbow release from 1974.
The double-disc set includes two shows from the London venue – the first in March, during the band's first-ever headlining tour, and the second in November, which was filmed for a TV broadcast.
Live At The Rainbow 74 will be available in a deluxe box set containing replica tour itinerary, tour programme, ticket, button badges, poster and pass, plus a 60-page hardback book.
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