Flash, established in 2001, brought together the finest musicians from several Queen tribute shows to form a ‘best of the best’ live tribute to the musical legacy of Freddie Mercury and Queen. Every member of the group has been creatively and technically inspired by Queen, each using replica equipment, adding that extra sound characteristic and obvious visual treat to the discerning fan. We take great satisfaction and pride in performing in authentic costumes, bringing back all the magic that made every Queen concert so very special.
Entering their 52nd year, Queen amassed a huge back catalogue of hit records and it’s been hard work trying to construct a show that captures their creative history in such a small amount of stage time, but we guarantee the show to be a non-stop jukebox of the very best of Queen, hit after hit, anthem after anthem, with audience participation at a high from the very start.
Absolutely BRILLIANT show! Loved it ❤️ – V Milburn (2021)
What a fantastic evening. You were all amazing. Can’t wait to see you all again. – J Burrows (2021)
Absolutely an awesome experience at last night’s fake festival at Taunton. Just the same as the last time, seeing the whole marquee with their arms swaying in honour to not just queen but to you guys keeping the legend that was Freddie alive. what was cool was seeing the younger people at the front enjoying it too. Shows he will live on forever. thanks to you and others that perform too. – N Markwick (2021)
This was far the best Queen – A Marvell (2021)
Absolutely excellent! Hoarse from singing and sore hands from clapping! A great night out – thank you so much for your effort and your talents! – M O’Neill (2021)
What a fantastic night at Alexanders Chester, you guys absolutely nailed it, absolutely fantastic! What a voice! Amazing being part of that crowd, so loud! What an atmosphere, thank you so much for a brilliant evening, can’t wait to see you again, the whole band was class – D Jevons (2021)
I saw these last weekend and it’s the best tribute of anyone or any band I’ve ever seen – A Zellweger (2021).