Queen Live at Wembley Stadium 1986

Queen Live at Wembley Stadium is a DVD recorded at the Wembley Stadium, London, England on Saturday 12 July 1986 during Queen's Magic Tour. It was first released in December 1990 as an edited VHS (missing 11 songs), then as Live at Wembley '86 double live album on 26 May 1992, followed by the DVD release Queen Live at Wembley Stadium (in its entirety) to coincide with the CD rerelease in 2003. The DVD has gone five times platinum in the United States, four times platinum in the United Kingdom, and achieved multi platinum status around the world. On 5 September 2011 (what would have been Freddie Mercury's 65th birthday), Queen Live At Wembley Stadium 25th Anniversary Edition was released in a standard 2-DVD set and a deluxe 2-DVD and 2-CD set including for the first time the Friday 11 July evening concert in addition to the Saturday 12 July night show. The concert started at 4.00pm with tickets costing £14.50. Four bands performed in the following order:
The Alarm
Status Quo

Queen Live at Wembley Stadium DVD (2003):

Disc I
1. One Vision
2. Tie Your Mother Down
3. In the Lap of the Gods...Revisited
4. Seven Seas of Rhye
5. Tear It Up
6. A Kind of Magic
7. Under Pressure
8. Another One Bites the Dust
9. Who Wants to Live Forever
10. I Want to Break Free
11. Impromptu
12. Brighton Rock Solo
13. Now I'm Here
14. Love of My Life
15. Is This the World We Created?
16. (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care
17. Hello Mary Lou
18. Tutti Frutti
19. Gimme Some Lovin'
20. Bohemian Rhapsody
21. Hammer to Fall
22. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
23. Big Spender
24. Radio Ga Ga
25. We Will Rock You
26. Friends Will Be Friends
27. We Are the Champions
28. God Save the Queen

Disc II
Road to Wembley:
Brian May and Roger Taylor interview (2003)
Gavin Taylor (Director) and Gerry Stickles (Tour Manager) interview
A Beautiful Day-Rudi Dolezal's backstage documentary about the whole day
Tribute to the Wembley Towers–including timelapse demolition footage set to 'These Are the Days of Our Lives (Instrumental)'

Unseen Magic:
Features 'Friday Concert Medley'–highlights package of the previous night's show:
1. A Kind of Magic
2. Another One Bites The Dust
3. Tutti Frutti
4. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
5. We Are The Champions (ending)
6. God Save The Queen
Picture Gallery (The background music for this extra is the full, unreleased original version of "A Kind of Magic" used in the Highlander film)

Queen Cams:
4 tracks presented in multi-angle Brian, Roger, John and Freddie cams:
1. One Vision
2. Under Pressure
3. Now I'm Here
4. We Are the Champions


Freddie Mercury-lead vocals, piano, guitar
Brian May-guitars, keyboards, backing vocals
Roger Taylor-drums, tambourine, backing vocals
John Deacon-bass guitars, backing vocals

Addtional Musicians:
Spike Edney-keyboards, piano, guitar, backing vocals

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_at_Wembley