No matter where they come from or what kind of music they like, everyone knows the name, Elton John. Some know Sir Elton as a campaigner for LGBTQ+ rights and AIDS awareness, while others know this iconic singer for his outlandish outfits and outsized lifestyle. Still, others know him as half of the Elton John Bernie Taupin songwriting duo, a pair that has churned out hits by the dozens and tapped the toes of millions of music fans around the world. From the glorious days of Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy through Blue Moves and his tear-inducing tribute to the late Princess Diana, Elton John fans have been there every step along the way, and now they have the chance to bring their fandom to its final conclusion.
No matter how you know him, you can see Elton John in all his amazing glory at the huge and spacious Madison Square Garden, Barclays Center in Brooklyn, Prudential Center in NJ, and NYCB Live Home Of The Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in New York. You will want to get your tickets early, however, as this large venue is likely to sell out quickly.
One of the reasons for the expected sellout is that Sir Elton John has repeatedly said that this upcoming stadium tour will be his last. And while Elton John has embarked on so-called farewell tours before, his advancing age and a host of other factors have conspired to suggest that this time out really may be his last time on stage. If you have not yet seen Elton John live in concert, you will not want to miss this opportunity.
Even if you have seen Sir Elton live before, you might want to check him out one final time. Even if you have to settle for nosebleed seats you should not miss the chance – this iconic and generous performer has been known to pluck fans from the back of the house and bring them to the front row.