Decades later, Queen’s Live Aid performance remains one of the most iconic in rock history

Relive the iconic Live Aid performance, a benefit concert, watched by nearly 2 billion people worldwide when it was broadcast on July 13, 1985. The 22-minute long set remains one of the most iconic in rock history and marks the comeback of Freddie Mercury.

Set list includes:
02:13 – “Bohemian Rhapsody”
04:21 – “Radio Ga Ga”
08:29 – “Aye-Oh”
09:12 – “Hammer to Fall”
13:44 – “Crazy Little Thing Called Love”
17:39 – “We Will Rock You”
18:57 – “We Are the Champions”
22:37 – “The End Of Rock Music As We Knew It”




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