|Date:||November 7, 1974|
A fan recalls: "Queen were now a confident, major band, and the sold-out City Hall crowd gave them a great reception. Freddie's performance was simply rivetting, and his vocal range outstanding. We had seats up in the balcony looking down on the stage. I remember very heavy use of dry ice, to the extent that at one point the entire stalls disappeared from our view, completely shrouded in a massive white cloud. Another great gig, with Freddie resplendent in a massive fur coat."