|Date:||May 13, 1977|
A Day At The Races overture, Tie Your Mother Down, Ogre Battle, White Queen, Somebody To Love, Killer Queen, Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy, The Millionaire Waltz, You're My Best Friend, Bring Back That Leroy Brown, Death On Two Legs, Brighton Rock, '39, You Take My Breath Away, White Man, The Prophet's Song, Bohemian Rhapsody, Keep Yourself Alive, Stone Cold Crazy, In The Lap Of The Gods...Revisited, Now I'm Here, Liar, I'm A Man, Jailhouse Rock, God Save The Queen
A review of the show from Record Mirror states that Freddie sang "Perfume came naturally from Hamburg" in the second verse of Killer Queen. He would make this amendment to the song in many cities in the coming month.
In the second encore, Big Spender has been replaced with a Bo Diddley blues tune called "I'm A Man" for the time being. It is possible that the band debuted the number last night in Copenhagen, but it cannot be confirmed just yet. The song is sometimes labelled as Mannish Boy, which was a version of the song re-recorded by Muddy Waters only a month after Bo Diddley's original came out (bluesmen regularly borrowed from each other in those days, and it was considered flattering to have your song idea reworked - long before the days of copyrights and lawyers; see these two links 1, 2 for a brief history of the song).
The members of Slade attended the show.
This show is mentioned in the classic Is This Man A Prat interview.