At six pm on April 20, 1992, Roger Taylor, Brian May and John Deacon, the remaining members of Queen, took the rostrum of the legendary London's Wembley Stadium to announce the beginning of one of the most significant events in rock history, organized by Queen themselves to pay tribute their former colleague - incomparable Freddie Mercury
. The atmosphere, the emotion, the mixture of joy and sadness, divided the audience stadium, viewers around the world, as well as performers, it was an event that will never be forgotten.
Queen was invited to part of the world's biggest musical talents to join them in paying tribute to Freddie, who tragically died of AIDS, 24th November 1991. The purpose of the concert was to celebrate the life and work of Freddy, but also to increase public awareness of the terrible disease that prematurely cut short his life. The result was a huge amount of money collected for the occasion and the additional revenue that provided capital for Borba AIDS worldwide ever since. All the invited artists have participated for free. The concert was broadcast on television and radio in 76 countries from the U.S. to Russia, and all proceeds, then and now, go to the Mercury
Phoenix Trust. Charity, formed at the time - help those suffering from AIDS around the world.
Documentary - documentary about the concert.
Freddie - 6 videos of Freddie with clippings from the clips, interviews and concerts.
Photos - two galleries: one is based on official photographs from the concert, another - on the basis of photographs of fans.
Facts - Information about the group's official website and fund Mercury