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18 October 1981, Queen performed their second and final evening @ Estadio Olimpico de beisbol Ignacio Zaragoza, Puebla, Mexico 🇲🇽

This show went much more smoothly than the first due to a stronger police presence.

This is the last show where Queen used ‘Jailhouse Rock’ as the opener. After next month’s shows in Montreal, the Elvis classic would be heard only once in 1982, but would be revived to be part of the encore for the majority of the Works tour.

Freddie, after ‘Somebody To Love’: “Oh yeah, it sure is a bit better tonight! This next song is from A Night At The Opera. This is written by Roger Taylor; it’s called ‘I’m In Love With My Car’.” Freddie rarely had the opportunity to introduce this song as it was usually part of a medley.

“Ok, let’s do Tie Your Mother Down!” – another rare intro by Freddie.

At the end of the show: “Thank you for being a totally different audience tonight. We all thank you. Muchos gracias.”

The next day Freddie flew to New York for his vacation, and the rest of the band went to LA.

Needless to say, the overall Mexico experience ensured the band would never return to the country. Even though concerts are run much more humanely today, no incarnation of Queen in the 21st century ever visited Mexico, nor did Brian or Roger stop here on their solo tours in the 90s. They have never commented on this.

Because of the turn of events for the Queen shows, concerts were banned in Puebla for the next ten years.

In the winter 1981 official fan club magazine, Roger was his usual blunt self: “Glad to be back from Mexico – it was hell! – well, difficult to say the least – nasty authorities, corrupt officials & food poisoning, plus risk of death, etc. Apart from that it was wonderful!”

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