Farewell Yellow Brick Road

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Farewell Yellow Brick Road
Tour by Elton John
Farewell Yellow Brick Road.png
Promotional poster for the tour
Start date8 September 2018
End date20 February 2021
Legs6
No. of shows229
Elton John concert chronology

Farewell Yellow Brick Road is an ongoing tour by British musician Elton John that began in Allentown, Pennsylvania on 8 September 2018. It is intended to be John's final tour and will consist of more than 300 concerts worldwide.[1] By the end of the first leg of the tour on 18 March 2019, it had grossed over $125 million[2] and won a Billboard Music Award in the category Top Rock Tour.[3] The tour's name and its poster are parodies/references to John's 1973 album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. According to Pollstar, the tour has grossed $358.6 million across 179 shows.[4].

Background[edit]

John performing in Tampa, FL, 2019

On 24 January 2018, it was announced that Elton John would be retiring from touring and would soon embark on a three-year tour. The first concert was announced to take place at the PPL Center in Allentown, Pennsylvania on 8 September 2018 followed by an extensive tour of the United States and Canada before moving on to Europe. John cited spending time with his children as the reason for his retirement. Tickets went on sale on 24 February and within hours tickets for the first 60 shows were sold out.[5]

Further North American tours dates were announced on 26 September 2018. John's official website stated: "Salt Lake City, Tacoma, Memphis, Charlotte and Western Canada as well as return dates in Toronto, Philadelphia, Nashville, Cleveland and more".[6] Thirteen days later concerts were revealed for Lille, Paris, Bordeaux and Nîmes, taking place in Summer 2019.[7] An additional show taking place at Paris's AccorHotels Arena in October 2020 was also released.

A Winter 2020 tour taking place in the United Kingdom and Ireland was announced on 8 November 2018. The original announcement detailed sixteen concerts taking place across England, Scotland, Ireland and Northern Ireland.[8][9][10] The nearest show on the tour was on November 2, 2018 in Columbus, Ohio at the Schottenstein Center.

Recordings[edit]

On May 30, 2018, it was announced that Elton had partnered with Peex to personalize the volume for fans concert experiences plus recording the show to relive.[11][12]

Set list[edit]

Notes
  • From 8 September 28 to 2 November 2019, "Believe" was performed, until "I Want Love" replaced it.
  • On 1 May 2019, "Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word" was added to the set list.
  • From 12 May to 8 June, "Crocodile Rock" was temporarily removed from the set list.
  • On 9 June 2019, "Your Song" was performed with Taron Egerton.
  • On 16 February 2020, the performance stopped after "Daniel", because of John losing his voice due to walking pneumonia.
  • "I Want Love" was removed from the set list on February 22, 2020.

Tour dates[edit]

Leg 1[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue[13]
Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
8 September 2018 Allentown United States PPL Center 8,983 / 8,983 $1,492,859
11 September 2018 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 29,531 / 29,531 $4,273,021
12 September 2018
15 September 2018 Buffalo KeyBank Center 15,581 / 15,641 $2,033,001
16 September 2018 University Park Bryce Jordan Center N/A N/A
19 September 2018 Hartford XL Center 12,311 / 12,311 $1,430,695
21 September 2018 Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena 30,315 / 30,315 $4,464,426
22 September 2018
25 September 2018 Toronto Canada Scotiabank Arena 31,886 / 31,886 $3,590,343
26 September 2018
28 September 2018 Ottawa Canadian Tire Centre 14,160 / 14,160 $1,330,020
29 September 2018 Quebec City Videotron Centre 14,553 / 14,553 $1,473,260
4 October 2018 Montreal Bell Centre 16,466 / 16,466 $1,681,260
6 October 2018 Boston United States TD Garden 13,946 / 14,168 $1,953,520
9 October 2018 Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum 11,984 / 11,984 $1,648,995
10 October 2018 Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena 14,452 / 14,452 $1,998,879
12 October 2018 Detroit Little Caesars Arena 30,218 / 30,218 $4,037,241
13 October 2018
15 October 2018 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena N/A N/A
18 October 2018 New York City Madison Square Garden 29,435 / 29,435 $4,846,015
19 October 2018
23 October 2018 Louisville KFC Yum! Center 17,412 / 17,412 $1,990,938
24 October 2018 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 14,447 / 14,513 $2,179,947
26 October 2018 Chicago United Center 31,066 / 31,066 $4,431,187
27 October 2018
30 October 2018 St. Louis Enterprise Center 15,495 / 15,495 $1,867,478
2 November 2018 Columbus Schottenstein Center 14,399 / 14,399 $1,708,401
3 November 2018 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena 16,252 / 16,252 $1,923,705
6 November 2018 Boston TD Garden 14,073 / 14,073 $2,047,084
8 November 2018 New York City Madison Square Garden 29,514 / 29,514 $5,178,733
9 November 2018
23 November 2018 Sunrise BB&T Center 14,182 / 14,182 $2,055,879
24 November 2018 Miami American Airlines Arena 13,996 / 13,996 $2,119,362
30 November 2018 Atlanta State Farm Arena 24,920 / 24,920 $3,310,272
1 December 2018
4 December 2018 Birmingham Legacy Arena 13,774 / 13,774 $1,466,013
6 December 2018 New Orleans Smoothie King Center 14,573 / 14,573 $1,807,489
8 December 2018 Houston Toyota Center 25,794 / 25,794 $3,958,024
9 December 2018
12 December 2018 San Antonio AT&T Center 15,037 / 15,037 $1,707,532
14 December 2018 Dallas American Airlines Center 28,928 / 28,928 $4,297,806
15 December 2018
11 January 2019 Boise Taco Bell Arena 9,063 / 9,063 $1,189,869
12 January 2019 Portland Moda Center 14,584 / 14,584 $1,843,608
15 January 2019 Fresno Save Mart Center 12,271 / 12,271 $1,677,265
16 January 2019 Sacramento Golden 1 Center 14,241 / 14,241 $1,860,305
18 January 2019 Oakland Oracle Arena 14,749 / 14,749 $2,017,373
19 January 2019 San Jose SAP Center 13,835 / 13,835 $1,992,673
22 January 2019 Los Angeles Staples Center 57,213 / 57,213[a] $8,513,984
23 January 2019
25 January 2019
26 January 2019 Glendale Gila River Arena 13,899 / 13,899 $1,864,926
29 January 2019 San Diego Pechanga Arena San Diego 11,517 / 11,555 $1,361,249
30 January 2019 Los Angeles Staples Center [a] [a]
1 February 2019 Inglewood The Forum 29,408 / 29,408 $3,973,836
2 February 2019
6 February 2019 Denver Pepsi Center 27,711 / 27,711 $4,208,205
7 February 2019
9 February 2019 Tulsa BOK Center 13,363 / 13,363 $1,629,219
12 February 2019 Omaha CHI Health Center Omaha 14,738 / 14,738 $1,811,131
13 February 2019 Kansas City Sprint Center 14,292 / 14,292 $1,974,229
15 February 2019 Rosemont Allstate Arena 28,400 / 28,400 $3,942,660
16 February 2019
21 February 2019 Minneapolis Target Center 29,949 / 29,949 $4,205,786
22 February 2019
27 February 2019 Cincinnati U.S. Bank Arena 13,456 / 13,456 $1,678,397
1 March 2019 Albany Times Union Center 12,617 / 12,617 $1,629,499
2 March 2019 Newark Prudential Center 13,949 / 13,949 $2,141,546
5 March 2019 New York City Madison Square Garden 29,821 / 29,821 $5,249,700
6 March 2019
8 March 2019 Brooklyn Barclays Center 30,108 / 30,108 $4,295,346
9 March 2019
12 March 2019 Raleigh PNC Arena 14,885 / 14,885 $2,050,728
13 March 2019 Columbia Colonial Life Arena 13,331 / 13,331 $1,833,220
15 March 2019 Jacksonville VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena 12,370 / 12,370 $1,779,255
16 March 2019 Sunrise BB&T Center 14,517 / 14,517 $2,109,042
18 March 2019[b] Orlando Amway Center 13,446 / 13,446 $1,833,937

Leg 2[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue[citation needed]
Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
1 May 2019 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle 20,565 / 20,565 $2,706,734
2 May 2019
4 May 2019 Kraków Poland Tauron Arena Kraków N/A N/A
7 May 2019 Prague Czech Republic O2 Arena 13,722 / 13,722 $1,500,712
9 May 2019 Bremen Germany ÖVB Arena 8,656 / 8,656 $973,112
11 May 2019 Stuttgart Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle 9,841 / 9,841 $1,444,671
12 May 2019 Oberhausen König Pilsener Arena 10,139 / 10,139 $1,204,533
18 May 2019 Copenhagen Denmark Royal Arena 13,186 / 13,186 $2,041,790
19 May 2019 Gothenburg Sweden Scandinavium N/A N/A
22 May 2019 Hanover Germany TUI Arena 9,808 / 9,920 $1,101,335
23 May 2019 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis 16,348 / 16,348 $1,588,629
26 May 2019 Munich Germany Olympiahalle 11,108 / 11,108 $1,227,321
29 May 2019 Verona Italy Verona Arena 11,932 / 11,932 $1,122,434
1 June 2019 Wiesbaden Germany Bowling Green 10,280 / 10,280 $1,159,911
4 June 2019 Bergen Norway Koengen 22,500 / 22,500 $2,201,784
6 June 2019 Copenhagen Denmark Royal Arena 13,279 / 13,279 $2,076,110
8 June 2019 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome 12,551 / 12,551 $1,022,623
9 June 2019 Hove England First Central County Ground 18,210 / 18,210 $1,935,090
12 June 2019 Dublin Ireland 3Arena 16,848 / 16,848 $3,048,861
13 June 2019
15 June 2019 Cardiff Wales Cardiff City Stadium 30,558 / 30,558 $2,863,159
17 June 2019[c] Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome 12,764 / 12,764 $1,025,363
18 June 2019 Lille France Stade Pierre-Mauroy 26,517 / 26,517 $2,630,997
20 June 2019 Paris AccorHotels Arena 12,653 / 13,081 $2,192,829
22 June 2019 Bordeaux Arkéa Arena 8,044 / 8,044 $1,371,623
23 June 2019[d] Nîmes Arena of Nîmes 14,000 / 14,000 $1,485,776
26 June 2019 Madrid Spain WiZink Center 11,490 / 11,490 $1,129,930
29 June 2019[e] Montreux Switzerland Stadium Saussaz 14,723 / 14,723 $3,108,660
3 July 2019 Graz Austria Messe Congress Graz 9,675 / 9,675 $1,318,618
5 July 2019 Munich Germany Olympiahalle 11,532 / 11,532 $1,277,077
7 July 2019[f] Lucca Italy Mura Storiche 19,737 / 19,737 $2,266,040

Leg 3[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue[20]
Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
4 September 2019 Salt Lake City United States Vivint Smart Home Arena 13,521 / 13,521 $1,802,270
6 September 2019 Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena 31,274 / 31,274 $4,596,868
7 September 2019
10 September 2019 Anaheim Honda Center 27,870 / 27,870 $3,776,139
11 September 2019
13 September 2019 San Francisco Chase Center 28,380 / 28,380 $4,374,647
15 September 2019
17 September 2019 Tacoma Tacoma Dome 38,728 / 38,728 $5,833,950
18 September 2019
21 September 2019 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena 45,425 / 45,425 $5,329,012
22 September 2019
24 September 2019
27 September 2019 Edmonton Rogers Place 30,806 / 30,806 $3,216,169
28 September 2019
1 October 2019 Saskatoon SaskTel Centre 26,380 / 26,380 $2,615,473
2 October 2019
4 October 2019 Winnipeg Bell MTS Place 25,283/25,283 $2,725,778
5 October 2019
19 October 2019[g] Milwaukee United States Fiserv Forum 13,012 / 13,012 $1,718,769
23 October 2019 Toronto Canada Scotiabank Arena 32,202/32,202 $3,767,643
24 October 2019[h]
28 October 2019 Nashville United States Bridgestone Arena 14,624 / 14,624 $2,320,071
30 October 2019 Memphis FedExForum 14,435 / 14,435 $1,825,808
1 November 2019 Atlanta State Farm Arena 23,708 / 23,708 $3,897,797
2 November 2019
4 November 2019[i] Tampa Amalie Arena 14,961 / 14,961 $2,190,160
6 November 2019 Charlotte Spectrum Center 15,834 / 15,834 $2,163,283
8 November 2019 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 31,230 / 31,230 $4,608,305
9 November 2019
11 November 2019 Cleveland Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse 16,621 / 16,621 $2,168,485
13 November 2019 Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena 15,011 / 15,011 $2,182,135
15 November 2019 Boston TD Garden 14,112 / 14,112 $2,046,734
16 November 2019 Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum 12,125 / 12,125 $1,722,978

Leg 4[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue[24]
Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
30 November 2019 Perth Australia Perth Oval 44,079 / 45,415 $5,965,750
1 December 2019
4 December 2019 Adelaide Adelaide Botanic Park 32,523 / 32,966 $3,603,260
5 December 2019
7 December 2019[j] Geelong Mt Duneed Estate
10 December 2019 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena 51,556 / 52,838 $7,994,560
11 December 2019
14 December 2019
15 December 2019
18 December 2019 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre 21,425 / 23,210 $2,979,870
19 December 2019
21 December 2019 Sydney International Convention Centre 16,337 / 16,407 $2,752,960
23 December 2019
7 January 2020 Sydney Super Dome 44,438/ 44,438 $6,235,455
9 January 2020
11 January 2020 Hunter Valley Hope Estate Winery 38,200 / 38,343 $5,217,200
12 January 2020
14 January 2020 Sydney Sydney Super Dome [k] [l]
16 January 2020 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre 10,830 / 10,892 $1,568,700
18 January 2020[j] Mount Cotton Sirromet Wines 26,185 / 26,185 $3,229,690
19 January 2020[j]
22 January 2020 Bathurst Carrington Park 19,149 / 20,063 $2,330,340
25 January 2020 Macedon Hanging Rock 40,327 / 40,327 $4,456,150
26 January 2020
29 January 2020[j] Wahgunyah All Saints Estate Winery 11,175 / 11,175 $1,324,180
31 January 2020[j] Coldstream Rochford Winery Yarra Valley 12,227 / 12,227 $1,355,560
1 February 2020[j] 12,213 / 12,213 $1,343,960
4 February 2020 Dunedin New Zealand Forsyth Barr Stadium 33,731 / 34,035 $4,117,990
6 February 2020 Napier Mission Estate Winery 52,979 / 52,979 $5,838,600
15 February 2020[m]
16 February 2020[n] Auckland Mount Smart Stadium 35,350 / 35,453 $4,825,850
22 February 2020 Melbourne Australia AAMI Park 29,967 / 30,536 $4,430,850
25 February 2020 Coffs Harbour Coffs Harbour International Stadium 33,055 / 33,241 $3,992,190
26 February 2020
29 February 2020 Townsville North Queensland Stadium 21,535 / 21,817 $2,323,100
3 March 2020 Sunshine Coast Sunshine Coast Stadium 30,023 / 30,023 $4,363,793
4 March 2020
7 March 2020 Sydney Western Sydney Stadium 26,596 / 26,596 $4,311,638

Leg 5[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue[citation needed]
Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
5 September 2020 Cologne Germany Lanxess Arena
8 September 2020 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
9 September 2020
12 September 2020 Hamburg Germany Barclaycard Arena
13 September 2020
15 September 2020
18 September 2020 Stockholm Sweden Tele2 Arena
19 September 2020
22 September 2020 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Arena
23 September 2020
26 September 2020 Fornebu Norway Telenor Arena
27 September 2020
2 October 2020 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi
3 October 2020
6 October 2020 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
7 October 2020
10 October 2020 Paris France AccorHotels Arena
11 October 2020
13 October 2020
17 October 2020 Berlin Germany Mercedes-Benz Arena
18 October 2020
20 October 2020
22 October 2020 Cologne Lanxess Arena
23 October 2020
2 November 2020 London England The O2 Arena
4 November 2020
6 November 2020
7 November 2020
9 November 2020 Birmingham Utilita Arena
11 November 2020 Resorts World Arena
13 November 2020 Liverpool M&S Bank Arena
14 November 2020
17 November 2020 Manchester Manchester Arena
20 November 2020 Aberdeen Scotland P&J Live
21 November 2020
24 November 2020 Glasgow SSE Hydro
25 November 2020
28 November 2020 Manchester England Manchester Arena
30 November 2020 Belfast Northern Ireland SSE Arena
2 December 2020 London England The O2 Arena
4 December 2020 Dublin Ireland 3Arena
5 December 2020
7 December 2020 Leeds England First Direct Arena
9 December 2020 London The O2 Arena
12 December 2020 Manchester Manchester Arena
14 December 2020 London The O2 Arena
16 December 2020
17 December 2020

Leg 6[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue[citation needed]
Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
19 February 2021[o] Auckland New Zealand Mount Smart Stadium
20 February 2021[p]

Postponed shows[edit]

List of postponed concerts, showing date, city, country, venue and reason for postponement
Date City Country Venue Reason
26 March 2020[q] Indianapolis United States Bankers Life Fieldhouse COVID-19 pandemic[29][30]
28 March 2020 Toronto Canada Scotiabank Arena
29 March 2020
2 April 2020 Montreal Bell Centre
3 April 2020
6 April 2020 New York City United States Madison Square Garden
7 April 2020
10 April 2020 Brooklyn Barclays Center
11 April 2020
15 April 2020 Newark Prudential Center
17 April 2020 Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
18 April 2020
20 April 2020 Hershey Giant Center
23 April 2020 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena
25 April 2020 Columbus Schottenstein Center
26 April 2020 Louisville KFC Yum! Center
28 April 2020 Milwaukee Fiserv Forum
1 May 2020 Detroit Little Caesars Arena
2 May 2020
22 May 2020 Columbia Colonial Life Arena
23 May 2020 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum
26 May 2020 Tampa Amalie Arena
28 May 2020 Orlando Amway Center
30 May 2020 Miami American Airlines Arena
3 June 2020 Jacksonville VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena
5 June 2020 Lexington Rupp Arena at Central Bank Center
6 June 2020 Knoxville Thompson–Boling Arena
9 June 2020 Lincoln Pinnacle Bank Arena
11 June 2020 Des Moines Wells Fargo Arena
13 June 2020 Fargo Fargodome
15 June 2020 St. Paul Xcel Energy Center
16 June 2020
19 June 2020 Chicago United Center
20 June 2020
24 June 2020 New Orleans Smoothie King Center
26 June 2020 Dallas American Airlines Center
27 June 2020
30 June 2020 Houston Toyota Center
1 July 2020
3 July 2020 North Little Rock Simmons Bank Arena
5 July 2020 Oklahoma City Chesapeake Energy Arena
7 July 2020 St. Louis Enterprise Center
8 July 2020 Kansas City Sprint Center

Cancelled shows[edit]

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Reason
30 May 2019 Verona Italy Verona Arena Heavy cold[31]
11 December 2020 Liverpool England M&S Bank Arena Unforeseen circumstances[32]

Tour band[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Boxscore Data is combined for shows at Los Angeles Staples Center on 22, 23, 25 and 30th January 2019
  2. ^ The 18 March 2019 concert in Orlando was originally scheduled to take place on 27 November 2018, but was postponed due to John contracting an ear infection.[14]
  3. ^ The 17 June 2019 concert in Amsterdam was originally scheduled to take place on 15 May 2019, but was postponed due to band illness.[15]
  4. ^ The 23 June 2019 concert in Nîmes is part of the Festival de Nîmes.[16]
  5. ^ The 29 June 2019 concert in Montreux is part of the Montreux Jazz Festival.[17] Originally scheduled to take place at Auditorium Stravinski on 29 and 30 June 2019, the venue was moved due to production demands.
  6. ^ The 7 July 2019 concert in Lucca is part of the Lucca Summer Festival.[18][19]
  7. ^ The 19 October 2019 concert in Milwaukee was originally scheduled to take place on 19 February 2019, but was postponed due to necessary technical production adjustments.[21]
  8. ^ The 24 October 2019 concert in Toronto was originally scheduled to take place on 22 October 2019, but was postponed due to Toronto Raptors' Home Opener.[22]
  9. ^ The 4 November 2019 concert in Tampa was originally scheduled to take place on 28 November 2018, but was postponed due to John contracting an ear infection.[23]
  10. ^ a b c d e f The December 7, January 18, 19, 29, 31 and February 1 concerts in Geelong, Mount Cotton, Rutherglen and Yarra Valley are part of A Day on the Green.[25]
  11. ^ Boxscore combined with the boxscore from January 7-9 2020.
  12. ^ Boxscore combined with the boxscore from January 7-9 2020.
  13. ^ The concert in Napier on 15 February 2020 was originally scheduled for 8 February 2020.
  14. ^ The 16 and 19 February 2020 concert in Auckland was originally scheduled to take place on 9 February. John then ended the show early due to loss of voice, having been diagnosed with walking pneumonia earlier that day.[26]
  15. ^ The 19 February 2021 show in Auckland was originally scheduled to take place on 11 February 2020. It was then rescheduled to 19 February, but was postponed due to Elton's illness.
  16. ^ The 20 February 2021 show in Auckland was originally scheduled to take place on 20 February 2020, but was postponed due to Elton's illness.
  17. ^ The 26 March 2020 concert in Indianapolis was originally scheduled to take place on 25 October 2019, but was postponed to accommodate Toronto's rescheduled date.[27] After being rescheduled to 26 October 2019, the concert was postponed again to 26 March 2020 due to John falling ill.[28]
  18. ^ On 22 March 2019 it was announced that Johnstone would temporarily leave the tour for the necessary surgery and recovery period, following a persistent shoulder injury.[33]

References[edit]

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  14. ^ "Elton John reschedules Orlando performance after last-minute cancellation". WFTV 9 ABC. 29 November 2018. Retrieved 30 November 2018.
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  19. ^ "Lucca Summer Festival venue upgraded". Elton John. 15 January 2019. Retrieved 3 February 2019.
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  21. ^ "Elton John's 'Farewell' Milwaukee show set for Feb. 19 postponed to the fall". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 14 February 2019. Retrieved 15 February 2019.
  22. ^ "Elton John Moves Toronto Show Due to the Toronto Raptors' Home Opener". Exclaim. 13 August 2019. Retrieved 14 August 2019.
  23. ^ "Elton John reschedules postponed Tampa concert for November 2019". Tampa Bay Times. 29 November 2018. Retrieved 30 November 2018.
  24. ^ Box score:
  25. ^ "Sir Elton John set to rock A Day On The Green at All Saints, Wahgunyah, in 2020". The Border Mail. 3 February 2019. Retrieved 3 February 2019.
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  29. ^ Evans, Mel. "Elton John postpones 19 dates on Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour amid coronavirus". metro.co.uk. Metro. Retrieved 17 March 2020.
  30. ^ Aswad, Jem. "Elton John Postpones 19 'Farewell Yellow Brick Road' Concerts". variety.com. Variety. Retrieved 17 March 2020.
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  32. ^ Browne, Amy. "Elton John's gig at M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool next December has been cancelled". Echo. Liverpool Echo. Retrieved 15 December 2019.
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