AXS TV Announces Nostalgic Concert Performances in June

Freddie Mercury (1946-1991), singer with Queen, standing in front of a drumkit as he sings into a microphone on stage during a live concert performance by the band at the National Bowl in Milton Keynes, England, United Kingdom, on 5 June 1982
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If you’ve missed out on some epic concert performances over the years, don’t worry, AXS TV has your back. AXS TV recently announced its June Summer Concert Series with a very nostalgic lineup, giving fans a front-row view of some of the most amazing rock concert experiences of all time.

The series begins with Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony coming together once again to play hits from the S&M album from 1999. Next up, Robert Plant delivers a mix of Led Zeppelin hits along with his greatest solo songs. The rock keeps coming with iconic performances from Aerosmith, ZZ Top, Foo Fighters, The Doobie Brothers, Fleetwood Mac, Elvis Costello, Heart, Cyndi Lauper, Tom Petty, Nirvana, Sonic Youth, Bon Jovi, Billy Idol, Journey and of course, Queen.

May 1982: Rock band, 'Foreigner' playing at Wembley stadium in London

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One of the main highlights of the series is Queen’s historic first show at Wembley Stadium. At the time, it broke attendance records and cemented Queen as the best of the best. Tell us: which performance are you waiting to watch this June?

Get the full lineup here (all of the times are in EST):

Sat., June 1

7 pm – Metallica S&M2

1 am – Robert Plant And The Band Of Joy: Live From Artists Den

2 am – Foreigner

Sun., June 2

1 am – Aerosmith – Live At Donington

Sat., June 8

1 pm & 12 am – ZZ Top: Live In Texas

3 pm – The Doobie Brothers: Let The Music Play

Sun., June 9

1 pm & 1 am – Fleetwood Mac: Live In Boston

3 am – Elvis Costello Live From The Artists Den

American pop and rock singer Stevie Nicks (of the group Fleetwood Mac) sings into a microphone onstage as she holds a rose against her chest, early 1990s

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Sat., June 15

1 pm & 1 am – Foo Fighters – Live At Wembley Stadium 2008

Sun., June 16

1 pm & 1 am – Heart: Soundstage Part One

2 pm & 2 am – Heart: Soundstage Part Two

3 am – Cyndi Lauper

Sat., June 22

1 pm & 1 am – Tom Petty: Live From Gatorville

Sun., June 23

1 pm & 1 am – Nirvana: Live At The Paramount

2 am – Sonic Youth

Kurt Cobain of Nirvana

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Sat., June 29

1 pm & 1 am – Queen: Live At Wembley

3 pm & 3 am – Bon Jovi: Lost Highway – The Concert

Sun., June 30

1 pm & 1 am – Journey: Live In Houston 1981 – The Escape Tour

3 am – Billy Idol in Super Overdrive Live

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