Elton John's Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour: All the ticket and tour details
7 February 2018, 16:23 | Updated: 7 March 2018, 11:05
Sir Elton John has announced plans for his swansong on the stage, but he's going out in style.
In January 2018, Elton John revealed that he will retire from live performance after an epic tour titled the 'Farewell Yellow Brick Road' tour.
But where and when is Elton performing? And how can we get tickets? Here's all you need to know so far...
Elton John tour dates - where is Elton performing?
So far, Elton has announced 90 tour dates: 74 in North America and 16 in Europe. However, he is yet to announce the full tour, as it will actually take place over the course of three years and over 300 shows in total.
The tour dates he has announced so far are:
Leg 1: North America
- 8 September 2018, Allentown, PPL Center
- 11 September 2018, Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
- 12 September 2018, Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
- 15 September 2018, Buffalo, KeyBank Center
- 16 September 2018, University Park, Bryce Jordan Center
- 19 September 2018, Hartford, XL Center
- 21 September 2018, Washington, D.C., Capital One Arena
- 22 September 2018, Washington, D.C., Capital One Arena
- 25 September 2018, Toronto, Air Canada Centre
- 26 September 2018, Toronto, Air Canada Centre
- 28 September 2018, Ottawa, Canadian Tire Centre
- 29 September 2018, Quebec City, Videotron Centre
- 4 October 2018, Montreal, Bell Centre
- 6 October 2018, Boston, United States, TD Garden
- 9 October 2018, Uniondale, Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
- 10 October 2018, Pittsburgh, PPG Paints Arena
- 12 October 2018, Detroit, Little Caesars Arena
- 13 October 2018, Detroit, Little Caesars Arena
- 15 October 2018, Grand Rapids, Van Andel Arena
- 18 October 2018, New York City, Madison Square Garden
- 19 October 2018, New York City, Madison Square Garden
- 23 October 2018, Louisville, KFC Yum! Center
- 24 October 2018, Nashville, Bridgestone Arena
- 26 October 2018, Chicago, United Center
- 27 October 2018, Chicago, United Center
- 30 October 2018, St. Louis, Scottrade Center
- 2 November 2018, Columbus, Value City Arena
- 3 November 2018, Cleveland, Quicken Loans Arena
- 6 November 2018, Boston, TD Garden
- 8 November 2018, New York City, Madison Square Garden
- 9 November 2018, New York City, Madison Square Garden
- 23 November 2018, Sunrise, BB&T Center
- 24 November 2018, Miami, American Airlines Arena
- 27 November 2018, Orlando, Amway Center
- 28 November 2018, Tampa, Amalie Arena
- 30 November 2018, Atlanta, Philips Arena
- 1 December 2018, Atlanta, Philips Arena
- 4 December 2018, Birmingham, Legacy Arena
- 6 December 2018, New Orleans, Smoothie King Center
- 8 December 2018, Houston, Toyota Center
- 9 December 2018, Houston, Toyota Center
- 12 December 2018, San Antonio, AT&T Center
- 14 December 2018, Dallas, American Airlines Center
- 15 December 2018, Dallas, American Airlines Center
- 11 January 2019, Boise, Taco Bell Arena
- 12 January 2019, Portland, Moda Center
- 15 January 2019, Fresno, Save Mart Center
- 16 January 2019, Sacramento, Golden 1 Center
- 18 January 2019, Oakland, Oracle Arena
- 19 January 2019, San Jose, SAP Center
- 22 January 2019, Los Angeles, Staples Center
- 23 January 2019, Los Angeles, Staples Center
- 26 January 2019, Glendale, Gila River Arena
- 29 January 2019, San Diego, Valley View Casino Center
- 1 February 2019, Inglewood, The Forum
- 2 February 2019, Inglewood, The Forum
- 7 February 2019, Denver, Pepsi Center
- 9 February 2019, Tulsa, BOK Center
- 12 February 2019, Omaha, CenturyLink Center Omaha
- 13 February 2019, Kansas City, Sprint Center
- 15 February 2019, Rosemont, Allstate Arena
- 16 February 2019, Rosemont, Allstate Arena
- 19 February 2019, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center
- 21 February 2019, Minneapolis, Target Center
- 22 February 2019, Minneapolis, Target Center
- 27 February 2019, Cincinnati, U.S. Bank Arena
- 1 March 2019, Albany, Times Union Center
- 3 March 2019, Newark, Prudential Center
- 8 March 2019, Brooklyn, Barclays Center
- 9 March 2019, Brooklyn, Barclays Center
- 12 March 2019, Raleigh, PNC Arena
- 13 March 2019, Columbia, Colonial Life Arena
- 15 March 2019, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
- 16 March 2019, Sunrise, BB&T Center
Leg 2: Europe
- 2 May 2019, Vienna, Austria, Wiener Stadthalle
- 4 May 2019, Kraków, Poland, Tauron Arena Kraków
- 7 May 2019, Prague, Czech Republic, O2 Arena
- 9 May 2019, Bremen, Germany, ÖVB Arena
- 11 May 2019, Stuttgart, Germany, Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
- 12 May 2019, Oberhausen, Germany, König Pilsener Arena
- 15 May 2019, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Ziggo Dome
- 18 May 2019, Copenhagen, Denmark, Royal Arena
- 19 May 2019, Gothenburg, Sweden, Scandinavium
- 22 May 2019, Hanover, Germany, TUI Arena
- 23 May 2019, Antwerp, Belgium, Sportpaleis
- 26 May 2019, Munich, Germany, Olympiahalle
- 1 June 2019, Wiesbaden, Germany, Bowling Green
- 12 June 2019, Dublin, Ireland, 3Arena
- 29 June 2019, Montreux, Switzerland, Montreux Music & Convention Centre
Elton John tour dates - is he playing the UK?
Elton has yet to announce any dates in the UK, but you can rest assured that he will definitely perform here! He is scheduled to play 10 UK dates.
We're predicting him to arrive in the UK in mid-to-late 2020.
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Elton John tickets - how can I buy tickets?
Tickets for most of Elton's North America shows were released on February 2, and were sold out pretty fast.
Release dates for the already-announced dates are available on Elton John's website.
For more information and to register for Ticketmaster Verified Fan Presale Tickets, visit here.
What can we expect on the tour?
Elton announced the tour at an event in New York’s Gotham Hall, saying: "My life has changed, my priorities have changed and my priority now is my family."
He is also expected to arrive in Asia in November 2019, Australasia in December 2019 and early 2020, South America in March 2020, and Europe/UK at the end of 2020.
Speaking to The Guardian, Elton said that his children and family were a key factor in his decision: "We had taken them around everywhere when they were little, because they were very portable.
"But then they weren’t so portable and we had to have a big discussion about what I wanted to do with my life, the children and my career. And I said I’d like to end with a big tour and spend the rest of my life with my children."
Elton is expected to play a long list of his greatest ever hits, from 'Your Song' to 'Candle in the Wind' to 'Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting'.