Sir Elton John, Adam Lambert and Queen team up for AIDS charity gig
Published Jul 2 2012, 01:46 BST | By Zeba Blay Sir Elton John
and Adam Lambert have teamed up to help raise awareness for AIDS research in the Ukraine.
The rockers played a live show on Saturday night (June 29) on the eve of the Euro 2012 soccer final between Italy and Spain.
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reports that Lambert joined Queen to perform in the Euro 2012 fan zone in Kiev.
Lambert, Queen and John all donated their fees from the gig to local AIDS research organizations.
During their set, John told fans to stand against violence against homosexuals in Ukraine, citing the beating of organisers of a planned gay pride march in May.
Former American Idol
Lambert will serve as frontman of Queen
for several upcoming shows this year.