Sir Elton John’s Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour will be in New York City’s Madison Square Garden. So, save the dates February 22 and 23!

50 years on stage!

After nearly 50 years in the industry, Sir Elton John has announced his final tour before his retirement. That way, he’s giving the world one last chance to see the pop legend live. Singer, composer, pianist, and activist Elton John has sold over 300 million records and has over 50 hit 40 songs. This makes him one of the most successful musicians of all time. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime experience!

A glorious career!

During his sprawling career, he won every possible award: an Oscar, a Golden Globe, a Tony, and six Grammys. He co-wrote the soundtracks for one of the world’s most popular animated films The Lion King and the West End and Broadway phenomenon with his spectacular Las Vegas residency, The Million Dollar Piano. The ten-year host was packed with audiences eager to catch a glimpse. His classics are endless: ‘Rocketman’, ‘Daniel’, ‘Crocodile Rock’, ‘Candle in the Wind’, ‘Your Song’, ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’, ‘I Guess That’s Why They Call It the Blues’…

Citing his family as the reason for his unprecedented retirement, this worldwide tour will last three years. He’s promising it will be ‘the most produced, fantastic show I’ve ever done, it will be a wonderful way to thank people.

Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour

The Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour kicked off to a sold-out crowd in September 2018. And it has received rave reviews in every market. The show will take viewers on a magical journey through his career featuring some of the most popular songs from Elton’s legendary catalog, including “Benny and the Jets,” “Rocketman,” “Little Dancer” and ” Philadelphia Liberty”. Elton’s music has taken him to many places, opened many doors, and inspired many passions in his life. Viewers will get a rare glimpse into Elton’s life and the deeply personal meaning behind some of his greatest works, featuring mesmerizing photos never seen before in his incredible 50-year career throughout the show and video.

Credits featured image: Ludmila Joaquina Valentina Buyo, Flickr

Credits: vanandelarena.com; newyorkcitytheatre.com