INFORMATION: We are happy to inform you that the postponed concert of 05.02.2022 can now be made up on 25.10.2023. The tickets already bought (1 February 2020 / 26 February 2021 / 5 February 2022) remain valid for the new date.
One Vision of Queen 25.10.2023 THE HALL Zürich
Don't miss One Vision of Queen feat. Marc Martel live at THE HALL stage, Wednesday, 25 October 2023.

In 2023, "One Vision of Queen feat. Marc Martel", the grandiose show about Freddie Mercury's vocal reincarnation - which does without a moustache, yellow leather jacket or other accessories - returns to the stages of Switzerland. Canadian singer Marc Martel is one of the most sought-after Freddy Mercury performers worldwide. He was himself discovered by original Queen members Brian May and Roger Taylor and has been touring the globe with his own Queen shows for over 10 years.

"He sounds just like Freddie Mercury. And that's good for business" - that's what the New York Times wrote about Nashville-based singer Marc Martel. His career has soared internationally since he played live with Brian May and Roger Taylor and appeared on "American Idol".

He moved Celine Dion to tears on a Canadian talk show and his song videos on YouTube and Facebook have over 250 million views and 1.3 million subscribers. He sings the anthem and Queen songs at NFL (National Football League) Major Games in packed stadiums in the US and tours internationally not only in the US but in over 14 countries including New Zealand, Brazil, Israel and Canada and several in Europe. In Germany, Austria and Switzerland alone, over 70,000 people saw him on his first "One Vision of Queen" tour in 2020.


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THE HALL is located directly next to Stettbach railway station. We recommend travelling by train, bus or tram.
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