|City:||Toronto, ON, Canada|
|Venue:||Maple Leaf Gardens|
|Date:||November 21, 1977|
We Will Rock You (slow/fast), Brighton Rock, Somebody To Love, It's Late, Death On Two Legs, Killer Queen, Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy, I'm In Love With My Car, Get Down Make Love, The Millionaire Waltz, You're My Best Friend, Spread Your Wings, Liar, Love Of My Life, '39, My Melancholy Blues, White Man, The Prophet's Song, guitar solo, The Prophet's Song (reprise), Keep Yourself Alive, Stone Cold Crazy, Now I'm Here, Bohemian Rhapsody, Tie Your Mother Down, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions, Sheer Heart Attack, Jailhouse Rock, God Save The Queen
People who attended this show recall Brian May messing up his solo in The Millionaire Waltz to the point that he had to completely stop playing for a few seconds. One of them saw this as one of those illusion-shattering moments of youth when he realized his heroes, these seemingly infallible musicians, were human after all.
After the show, audience members en masse walked down Yonge Street singing We Will Rock You.
Here are two reviews of the show, from the next day's Toronto Sun and Toronto Star.
The first pic was taken (seemingly during the We Will Rock You guitar solo) by Craig McCracken. The next three photo sets were taken by Ron Sein, Andy Maas, and Stephen Greenaway respectively.
Two audience recordings of this show exist.