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Queen's Brian May says he's excited to see the band's long-running musical "We Will Rock You" on the road in North America. 

He tells "USA Today" fans who've seen the British production haven't seen what's coming to the U.S. stage.  He says they've made "quite a lot of changes" to the show, because it's customized for each country. 

May explains that "the idea is that you feel like you're in the story, and the story is based on the history of rock 'n' roll in the seat that you're sitting."  The rocker adds that the North American version is "fabulous." 

"We Will Rock You" will launch its North American run with five performances in Baltimore, Maryland starting Tuesday.  The production will hit a total of 26 cities across the U.S. and Canada, with engagements in each city ranging from two nights to six weeks.  Additional details are available at 

"We Will Rock You" North American Tour Dates 

October 15-20 - Baltimore, Maryland, at the Hippodrome Theater 
October 22-27 - Chicago, Illinois, at the Cadillac Palace Theater 
October 29-November 3 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at the Benedum Center 
November 5-10 - Boston, Massachusetts, at the Boston Opera House 
November 12-17 - Nashville, Tennessee, at Andrew Jackson Hall 
November 19-24 - Minneapolis, Minnesota, at the Theater 
November 26 & 27 - Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, at The Community Auditorium 
November 29-December 1 - Schenectady, New York, at the Proctors Theater 
December 3-8 - Raleigh, North Carolina, at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts 
December 10-15 - Miami, Florida, at The Adrienne Center 
December 17-22 - Fort Myers, Florida, at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall 
January 7-12 - Columbus, Ohio, at the Palace Theater 
January 14-19 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at the Academy of Music 
January 21-February 2 - Houston, Texas, at the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts 
March 4-16 - Dallas, Texas, at the Music Hall at Fair Park 
March 18-30 - St. Louis, Missouri, at The Fox Theater 
April 1-13 - Detroit, Michigan, at the Fisher Theater 
April 15-20 - Providence, Island, at the Providence Performing Arts Center 
April 22 & 23 - Morgantown, West Virginia, at the WVU Creative Arts Center 
April 25-27 - New Haven, Connecticut, at The Theater 
April 29-May 4 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada, at the Ed Mirvish Theater 
May 13-18 - Tampa, Florida, at the Center for the Performing Arts 
May 27-June 1 - Charlotte, North Carolina, at the Belk Theater 
June 10-15 - Des Moines, Iowa, at the Civic Center of Greater Des Moines 
July 8-15 - Seattle, Washington, at The Fifth Avenue Theater 
July 15-August 24 - Los Angeles, California, at the Theater 

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