The Official Freddie Mercury Birthday Party
Join fellow fans at Freddie Mercury’s 71st Birthday Party which is being held at Casino Barriere Montreux, Switzerland on Saturday 2nd September 2017.
ALL Party Ticket Buyers the chance to see Queen + Adam Lambert Live in action and to meet Brian May and Roger Taylor!
Party also includes:
- Exclusive News Of The World film & director Q&A
- Remix tracks with Justin Shirley Smith
- Photo opportunity with Brian’s Red Special
- Greg Brooks in the Queen Studio Experience
- Sweden's No.1 Queen tribute act Night Of Queen
- Queen Studio Experience: News Of The World exhibit
- Freddie’s former PA Peter Freestone.
- Tombola with exclusive Queen prizes.
The Mercury Phoenix Trust ‘Focus Charity’ for 2017 is Medical Action Myanmar (MAM).
This means that a portion of all money raised within 2017 will go directly to MAM projects and their efforts in combating HIV / AIDS.
Anita Dobson speaks about the Mercury Phoenix Trust's support of Indian charity Snehalya.
Snehalya means The Home Of Love and provides Rescue, Rights & Rehabilitation to Women & children. Raising awareness and understanding for people living with HIV is a key part of their work. The Mercury Phoenix Trust supports Snehalya in their incredible task.
Robbie talks about his persona on stage being geared around Freddie Mercury and why it is important to support the MPT.
Since 1992, The Mercury Phoenix Trust has been raising millions to fight AIDS worldwide and thanks to advances in treatment, many are able to live longer with the disease, but there is still no cure. Around the world, mainly in countries stricken with poverty and lack of education, people are dying. The fight is not over yet.
"All those close to Freddie, all those who loved him and indeed the wider circle of people who also loved him, which spread across the world, were determined to do something to help make sure that this happened less and less often to people and so the trust was founded to help with education and awareness.
This specially compiled tribute to Freddie Mercury was made to celebrate what would have been his 65th birthday, on 5th September 2011. The video features rare and unseen footage seen here for the very first time.
Queen and Freddie Mercury fan Matt Lucas introduces the Mercury Phoenix Trust message for 2013.
Since 1992, The Mercury Phoenix Trust has been raising millions to fight AIDS worldwide and thanks to advances in treatment, many are able to live longer with the disease, but there is still no cure. Around the world, mainly in countries stricken with poverty and lack of education, people are dying. The fight is not over yet...
Bono reflects on the loss of Freddie “…taken from us all in 1991 – stolen from us actually. This larger than life, dynamic vocal genius – stolen from us…stolen by a little virus, HIV”. He goes on to say, “last year for the first time since AIDS appeared four decades ago more people were put on the treatment than contracted the virus.
“The balance is slowly tipping in the right direction… dreams of a world free of AIDS are no longer just dreams.”
“But…we have to keep up the pressure and one of the ways of keeping up the pressure is by donating to the Mercury Phoenix Trust.”
Queen Studio Experience In Support Of The MPT Open Now
Thanks to Cole Moreton, The Sunday Telegraph and Peter Hince