A statue in Montreux, Switzerland, by sculptor Irena Sedlecka, was erected as a tribute to Mercury. It stands almost 3 metres high overlooking Lake Geneva and was unveiled on 25 November 1996 by Mercury’s father and Montserrat Caballé, with bandmates Brian May and Roger Taylor also in attendance. Beginning in 2003 fans from around the world have gathered in Switzerland annually to pay tribute to the singer as part of the „Freddie Mercury Montreux Memorial Day” on the first weekend of September. The Bearpark And Esh Colliery Band played at the Freddie Mercury statue on 1 June 2010. In 1997 the three remaining members of Queen released „No-One but You (Only the Good Die Young),” a song dedicated to Mercury and all those that die too soon. In 1999 a Royal Mail stamp with an image of Mercury on stage was issued in his honour as part of the Millennium Stamp series.