Sir Elton John is among the most iconic performers of all time. Elton John’s performances feature unmatched levels of energy and Elton John Tickets are always in high demand. Born in 1947 in Middlesex, England, Elton John’s music career started playing the piano in a local pub, wowing customers for simple tips and low pay. That all changed in the late 1960’s with the release of his debut album Empty Sky. Since then, Elton John has sold more than 300 million records. Empty Sky was followed by an album titled Hokey Chateau. Honkey Chateau helped take the Elton John name international and included hits like “Rocket Man”, and “Honkey Cat.” Both reached number 1 on the American charts and there was no going back for Elton John. Only a year later, Elton John released what many consider to be his best album ever. Titled Goodbye yellow Brick Road, the album included top songs “Bernnie and the Jets”, “Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting”, and “Candle in the Wind”. Once again, the album reached the pinnacle of being a #1 album, one of 7 in a row for Elton John. In 1994, Elton John was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, forever placing him among the legendary performers of all time. Accompanying Elton John’s fantastic albums was an eccentric style that is never more present than when Elton John is on stage. Even after 50 years of performing, Elton John concerts are still the measuring stick for thousands of artists worldwide, and it is seldom to find Elton John Tickets not sold out. Score with TicketCity – the place to go for Elton John Tickets.
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All the Hits Tour
In 2015 it was announced that Elton John would be returning to the road in his All the Hits Tour. The tour includes over 30 shows, with stops across the United States, including Miami, Augusta, The Woodlands, and New Orleans. After hitting the United States, Elton John’s All the Hits Tour will return to Europe, before finishing in New Zealand. As always, the hype around All the Hits Tour is astronomical with fans clambering to see hits like “Candle in the Wind,” “Rocket Man,” and “Bernnie and the Jets.” All the Hits tickets began selling in late 2014 and have remained high in demand and price.
Follow the Yellow Brick Road Tour
In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Elton John’s iconic album Follow the Yellow Brick Road, Elton John took to the road in a tour by the same name. The setlist for the Follow the Yellow Brick Road Tour included over 27 songs, ranging from “Rocket Man,” to “Tiny Dancer.” The Tour began in Beaumont, Texas, and continued to hit locations across the United States, including New Orleans, Charleston, and Charlotte. The Tour bounced between North America and Europe, before finishing at the Baclays Center in New York City. The Follow the Yellow Brick Road Tour highlighted the longevity of Elton John’s music and proved that even 40 years after its original release, fans across the world still identified with Elton John’s melodies.