Elton John is rightfully considered to be one of the most iconic musicians in the world. His achievements are truly remarkable and he still continues to impress. His style is widely recognizable and you will never mistake his voice. After more than 50 years of songwriting, recording, singing and touring, Elton John finally decided to end his music career. This may sound like sad news at first, but this incredible performer has something in store for his fans. This year, a series of shows will lighten up the nights of many big cities! Elton John 2022 tour entitled “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” has finally hit the road. This series of concerts is Elton John’s way of saying “Thank You” to his loyal supporters. This is exactly why this tour is very extensive.
You can consider yourself lucky if you live anywhere in Canada or the US. Elton John will be making his appearance on the North American continent pretty soon. It is indeed an amazing opportunity to see an amazing show with your favorite performer. The dates scheduled for his farewell tour include locations like Salt Lake City on September 4th, Edmonton on September 27th and 28th, Las Vegas at the T-Mobile Arena on September 6th and 7th, Tacoma on September 17th and 18th, Saskatoon on October 1st and 2nd, Vancouver on September 21st, 22nd and 24th, Toronto on October 22nd and 23rd, Memphis on October 30th, Philadelphia on November 8th and 9th, and many more big cities. The complete list of scheduled concerts as well as information regarding show tickets can be found below.
These events are truly unique for musicians and their fans. The emotions and passion behind every show are overwhelming. Last shows offer moments of intimacy and the music sounds much brighter. This is a historical event for the entire music industry and perhaps the best way to celebrate the talent and incredible career of this fascinating performer. We love Elton John not just for his memorable voice, but also for his amazing songs. His discography includes many world hits and precious gems. Songs like “Rocket Man,” “Honky Cat,” “Philadelphia Freedom,” “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart,” “Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word,” “You Gotta Love Someone,” “Part Time Love,” “Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds,” “Your song,” and “Crocodile Rock,” will certainly make an appearance. Fans can expect many surprises to be delivered on his evening shows.