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Queen's Brian May bids farewell to London after 'physically challenging' time on tour

The guitarist said he would now be taking a two-day break before heading out on tour across Europe for a month.He added it was the first time that Europeans will be seeing the band since the “catastrophe of Brexit.”Brian wrote in the caption: “Au revoir London !!! This little gem of a post pretty much sums up how I feel right now.“Suddenly our series of London shows is completed - 10 packed and riotous concert nights - part of probably our most physically challenging yet most emotionally rewarding run around the UK ever.“And now we grab a much needed two-day break, and head out to Europe for a month of serious touring.

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