If you've been feeling like you haven't had enough Adam Lambert in your life, you're in luck. For 2020, the musician who first had his big break on American Idol, has a headline slot at Manchester pride, an album, a tour, and a Las Vegas residency on the way. And all of this is coming after he already launched his charity, the Feel Something Foundation, to help other LGBTQ+ organizations. A full plate!
This August, Lambert will perform as one in a number of headline acts at Manchester Pride according to an announcement made today. "I keep hearing that LGBTQ + representation is on fire over there and I can't wait to be part of it and see you soon!" he said in a promo video for the set. There have been no announcement as to which day Lambert will perform.
But if you don't catch him at Pride, but are in Europe, there will be a short tour right after that performance. He will hit Copenhagen, Warsawa, and London in September. While tickets aren't available for that yet, Tickets are still available for his world tour with Queen, which is currently ongoing. Over the next few months he will hit New Zealand, Australia, Belgium, and the United Kingdom, with the band.
That said, the singer is likely to sing some new music at Pride! Today, he has also released a new single 'Roses, that features Nile Rogers. The track is funky, and disco influenced, going right along with what we've heard in his other recent singles. It will join tracks like "New Eyes' and "Superpower" on Velvet, set to drop on March 20.
That project will receive the Las Vegas residency treatment at The Venetian Resort & Casino. Though it is only a mini residency, scheduled for April 22, 24 and 25, it will be his first time as a solo act.