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Bohemian Symphony - The Music of QUEEN Orchestrated originally scheduled for Friday 22 October and Saturday 23 October 2021 has been rescheduled to:

Friday 22 October 2021 to Friday 10 December 2021 
Saturday 23 October 2021 to Thursday 9 December 2021

All valid tickets for the original dates will remain valid for the new event date. You do not need new tickets

Refund requests must be submitted prior to 5pm on Friday 15 October 2021


Thursday 9 December
7.00pm Doors
8.00pm Act One

8:45pm Interval

9:05pm Act Two

10:05pm The End

Friday 10 December
6.00pm Doors
7.00pm Act One

7:45pm Interval

8:05pm Act Two

9:05pm The end

*All times approximate and subject to change by the artist.


No video, audio or professional photography unless stated otherwise by the promoter.


Bohemian Symphony is an Orchestral Tribute to one of the biggest stadium-rock bands in the world, QUEEN

A 24 Piece Symphony Orchestra Conducted by internationally-renowned George Ellis will perform Queen’s Greatest Hits.

Bohemian Rhapsody
Don’t Stop Me Now
Crazy Little Thing Called Love
I Want to Break Free
Radio Ga Ga
We Will Rock You
We Are the Champions
Somebody to Love
Another Bites the Dust + More

Featuring Special Guest Vocalists iOTA, Virginia Lillye, Bobby Fox and Reece Mastin.

Experience a breathtaking celebration of Queen’s Greatest Hits as rock meets classical for this Spectacular Concert Event!

Getting here

Palais Theatre
Cnr Lower Esplanade and Cavell Street, St Kilda, VIC 3182
Next to Luna Park

For more information on travelling by car, tram, train, bus or bike please visit Getting Here

Food & Drink

Find out how to make your evening a night to remember with food and drinks at the Theatre or a special offer from one of St Kilda's restaurants and hotels. See Food & Drink


There are many parking options just a short stroll from the Palais Theatre including. To find out more visit Parking


Call Ticketmaster directly on 136 100 (Option 1 then Option 2) to book accessible seating.

For more information visit the Accessibility section of the site.