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Queen at Live Aid


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Live Aid was a benefit concert held on Saturday 13 July 1985, as well as a music-based fundraising initiative. Billed as the "global jukebox", the event was held simultaneously at Wembley Stadium in London, UK, attended by about 72,000 people and John F. Kennedy Stadium in Philadelphia, US, attended by 89,484 people. This is the first time for people to feel the power of music can affect the world and save lives. I believe that everyone who has watched the show will be impressed by the magnificence of the scene.
Meanwhile, Freddie Mercury gave one of the greatest performances in history, The performance of Freddie Mercury and Queen, which showcases the glamour of rock 'n' roll, has made him an unquestionable legend. 
That's why I watched the show over and over, hoping to restore the golden age of Queen.
The scene used three 32x32 panels, It's a big shock that the final scale is three times bigger than a LEGO Street View, Both sides of the wall are printed with THE LIVE AID logo, There are many details in this set, especially the various instruments on the stage.
This set features seven LEGO figures: Freddie Mercury the vocals, Brian May the guitarist, Roger Taylor the drummer, John Deacon the bassist and three cameramen. Freddie Mercury holds a microphone, Brian May with a guitar, Roger Taylor with two drum hammers and John Deacon with a bass. All of them were able to recreate the classic moves of the year on stage.
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