Elton John was a popular late-twentieth-century British singer, songwriter, and pianist. Reginald Kenneth Dwight was his official name. On March 25, 1947, he was born in the English town of Pinner, Middlesex. In a concert and recording career that spanned hundreds of millions of CDs sold, Elvis Presley fused as many strands of popular music and artistic flare as anybody.
Elton John’s Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour began on September 8, 2018, in Allentown, Pennsylvania, and is still going strong. It is expected to be John’s farewell tour, with over 300 shows planned across the world. The tour made over $125 million at the end of the first leg on March 18, 2019, and was nominated for a Billboard Music Award in the category of Top Rock Tour. John’s 1973 album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road is referenced in the tour’s name and artwork. The tour has made $358.6 million from 179 concerts, according to Pollstar.
Elton John Announcement
Elton John has revealed the last North American leg of his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour, which will actually happen in 2022. The tour will include five additional stadium concerts in the UK, as well as more in Europe and North America. Many of the shows will be the famous musician’s final appearances in certain locations on tour.
The Liberty Stadium in Swansea, Ashton Gate Stadium in Bristol, and Anfield Stadium in Liverpool are among the UK venues. The final dates are presently set for November 2022 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles over two nights.
When the tickets available for the show?
The new dates begin on July 15th at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia and conclude on November 19th and 20th with a two-night performance at Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles. Tickets are available on June 30th, with American Express card members getting first dibs on tickets starting at 12:00 local time on Wednesday.
Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour 2022 Final North All Dates
Friday 27 May 2022 – Frankfurt, Deutsche Bank Park
Sunday 29 May 2022 – Leipzig, Red Bull Arena
Saturday 4 June 2022 – Milan, San Siro Stadium
Tuesday 7 June 2022 – Horsens, CASA Arena
Thursday 9 June 2022 – Arnhem, GelreDome
Saturday 11 June 2022 – Paris, La Defense Arena
Wednesday 15 June 2022 – Norwich, Carrow Road
Friday 17 June 2022 – Liverpool, Anfield Stadium
Sunday 19 June 2022 – Sunderland, Stadium of Light
Wednesday 22 June 2022 – Bristol, Ashton Gate Stadium
Wednesday 29 June 2022 – Swansea, Liberty Stadium
NORTH AMERICAN DATES
15 July 2022 – Philadelphia, PA, Citizens Bank Park
18 July 2022 – Detroit, MI, Comerica Park
23 July 2022 – East Rutherford, NJ, MetLife Stadium
28 July 2022 – Foxboro MA, Gillette Stadium
30 July 2022 – Cleveland, OH, Progressive Field
5 August 2022 – Chicago, IL, Soldier Field
7 September 2022 – Toronto, ON, Rogers Centre
10 September 2022 – Syracuse, NY, Carrier Dome
16 September 2022 – Pittsburgh, OH, PNC Park
18 September 2022 – Charlotte, NC, Bank of America Stadium
22 September 2022 – Atlanta, GA, Mercedes-Benz Stadium
24 September 2022 – Washington, DC, Nationals Park
30 September 2022 – Arlington, TX, Globe Life Field
2 October 2022 – Nashville, TN, Nissan Stadium
21 October 2022 – Vancouver, BC, BC Place
29 October 2022 – San Antonio, TX, Alamodome
4 November 2022 – Houston, TX, Minute Maid Park
12 November 2022 – Phoenix, AZ, Chase Field
19 November 2022 – Los Angeles, CA, Dodger Stadium
20 November 2022 – Los Angeles, CA, Dodger Stadium
Tour was postponed due to pandemic
Elton John announced make-up dates for the Final ‘Farewell Yellow Brick Road’ tour, which had been postponed owing to the pandemic, in September. The journey has been rescheduled to stretch from January through April. The final dates have been revealed, and they comprise 30 stadium gigs in Europe from May through June before heading to North America.
In September 2018, John began his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour in Allentown, Pennsylvania. It was supposed to be on the road for three years, but the pandemic caused it to stop in March 2020. Two performances are also scheduled for January 27th and 28th, 2023 in Auckland, New Zealand, with the four-year tour ending in Australia in 2023 with a string of shows to be announced at a later date.
Stay tuned for more details!