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Sir Elton Hercules John, CBE (born Reginald Kenneth Dwight in Pinner, Middlesex, England on 25 March 1947) is an immensely popular English singer, composer (mostly with lyricist Bernie Taupin) and pianist. In a career spanning five decades, Elton John has sold over 250 million records and has over fifty Top 40 hits, making him one of the most successful musicians of all time. His 1997 tribute to Diana, Princess of Wales, "Candle In The Wind 1997," remains the world's biggest selling and fastest selling single of all time. Check our available Elton John concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!


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Concert Monday
November 30, 2020
3:30 am
The SSE Arena - Belfast
Belfast, BF 2 Queens Quay Belfast, Belfast UK
Elton John in Belfast
Concert Wednesday
December 2, 2020
6:30 pm
O2 Arena - London
London, GL Peninsula Square London, Greater London UK
Elton John in London
Concert Friday
December 4, 2020
3:30 am
3Arena
Dublin, DN North Wall Quay Dublin, Dublin IE
Elton John in Dublin
Concert Saturday
December 5, 2020
3:30 am
3Arena
Dublin, DN North Wall Quay Dublin, Dublin IE
Elton John in Dublin
Concert Monday
December 7, 2020
3:30 am
First Direct Arena
Leeds, LS 1 Clay Pit Lane Leeds, Leeds UK
Elton John in Leeds
Concert Wednesday
December 9, 2020
3:30 am
O2 Arena - London
London, GL Peninsula Square London, Greater London UK
Elton John in London
Concert Saturday
December 12, 2020
7:00 pm
AO Arena
Manchester, MN Victoria Station Manchester, Manchester UK
Elton John in Manchester
Concert Monday
December 14, 2020
3:30 am
O2 Arena - London
London, GL Peninsula Square London, Greater London UK
Elton John in London
Concert Wednesday
December 16, 2020
3:30 am
O2 Arena - London
London, GL Peninsula Square London, Greater London UK
Elton John in London
Concert Thursday
December 17, 2020
3:30 am
O2 Arena - London
London, GL Peninsula Square London, Greater London UK
Elton John in London
Concert Friday
January 15, 2021
3:30 am
Mount Smart Stadium
Auckland, AU Beasley Ave. Auckland, Auckland NZ
Elton John in Auckland
Concert Saturday
January 16, 2021
3:30 am
Mount Smart Stadium
Auckland, AU Beasley Ave. Auckland, Auckland NZ
Elton John in Auckland
Concert Wednesday
November 24, 2021
6:30 pm
Utilita Arena Birmingham
Birmingham, BI King Edwards Road Birmingham, Birmingham UK
Elton John in Birmingham


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Avg. Customer Rating:
5.0 (based on 9 reviews)

An unassailable high watermarkin Elton's lengthy career,Goodbye Yellow Brick Roadis a concept album of sorts.Packed with motifs andallusions to cinema, it's alsoa subtle commentary on thesinger's stratospheric rise tosuperstardom, lyricist BernieTaupin retrospectivelysuggesting disillusionment wasa recurring theme.
- recordcollectormag.com
By 1973, Elton John's career was exploding. It wasn't as if success had eluded him prior to Goodbye Yellow Brick Road ; "Your Song" was a Top 10 hit late in 1970, and each of 1972's releases, Honky Chateau and Don't Shoot Me I'm Only The Piano Player , yielded a pair of Top 10 hits with timeless classics like "Rocket Man," "Honky Cat," "Daniel" and the rollicking "Crocodile Rock." However, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road had a 1-2 punch, literally, with the title track climbing all the way to No...
- www.pastemagazine.com
Happy birthday Elton! In a nice touch from the record label this excellent celebration of the 40th anniversary of Goodbye Yellow Brick Road is being released on March 25, Sir Elton's 67th birthday. And while release day is Elton's special day, it is his fans who with this set get to load up on presents...
- www.antimusic.com
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road 's title track is a gorgeous lament about fame, a celebrity's dream of normalcy. The song addresses Elton John's popularity in lyricist Bernie Taupin's opening words: "When are you gonna come down? When are you going to land?" The rocket man was anxious about his trajectory. Ironically, 1974's Goodbye Yellow Brick Road marks the beginning of Elton John as a sequin-suited showman...
- www.avclub.com
On his milestone seventh album, Elton John left behind his sepia-toned singer-songwriter reality for a far brighter Hollywood-inspired rock & roll fantasy. At times, the diverse but filler-free 1973 double album's vivid Technicolor tunes - from the mournful prog-rock of opener "Funeral for a Friend" to the sunny, symphonic pop finale "Harmony" - suggest what the Beatles might have created had they stuck together a few more years...
- www.rollingstone.com
It's only a few minutes into the previously unreleased 1973 documentary that proclaims confidently " ". The, quirky but compelling film tells the tale of John's explosive, unbelievably flamboyant four year rise to international fame that was cemented by '73s then somehow sharpened and preened to greater heights at the end of that same year with the release of this album, . It's his highest selling album, spawned the best-selling single of all-time and is arguably regarded as his best work...
- www.drownedinsound.com
It's only a few minutes into the previously unreleased 1973 documentary Elton John And Bernie Taupin Say Goodbye To Norma Jean and Other Things that Elton John proclaims confidently "I'd like to become a legend". The, quirky but compelling film tells the tale of John's explosive, unbelievably flamboyant four year rise to international fame that was cemented by '73s Don't Shoot Me I'm Only The Piano Player then somehow sharpened and preened to greater heights at the end of that same year with...
- drownedinsound.com
There's a timelessness to Elton John's 1973 magnum opus that assures its place in pop's pantheon of classic albums. Thoroughly modern upon release, yet traditional in its narratives, 'GYBR' remains a penetrative and gratifying listening experience. This expanded reissue, which celebrates the original's 40th anniversary, upholds that claim with a bonus disc of its songs covered by contemporary artists...
- www.clashmusic.com
The rocket man returns to his very best on 30th LP... Combining intimacy and extroversion, immediacy and reflection, in a way only accessible to a performer able to tweak one's tearducts whilst wearing a lavishly embroidered, gold-lamé general's costume, The Diving Board may be the best album of Elton John's entire career. Clearly reinvigorated by The Union, his 2010 collaboration with Leon Russell, Elton hooked up again with producer T-Bone Burnett for a veritable blizzard of work...
- www.uncut.co.uk
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