The “Rocket Man” Elton John recently announced that his Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour will include a stop in Denver. The show is set for February 7, 2019, at the Pepsi Center. This is one of the 300 shows he will perform worldwide, so be sure to buy tickets early to guarantee a good seat. Read on for more details.
A concert at the Pepsi Center on February 7 is not something to be missed. The concert features the legendary singer and his band, the Elton John Concerto. The show is free and open to the public, and the performance is guaranteed to be spectacular. The show will feature the songs from his latest album, The Last Time You Saw Me.
The concert will be sold out, but tickets are still available. The cost of the show is approximately $350. This is one of the best shows of the year. There are more than 30,000 seats for this show. The price includes the venue’s admission fee and parking. Ticket prices are subject to change. To ensure that you get a great seat, buy your tickets early.
The event is held at the Pepsi Center, a venue that holds almost 18,000 people. The seating capacity is 38,000. The concert will include more than one performance. If you have tickets for both the show and the pre-concert events, you should buy them now. This way, you can ensure you’ll get the best seats in the house.
The concert was originally scheduled for Nov. 22, but due to a flu outbreak in the U.S., the concert had to be postponed. Fortunately, fans had no trouble with the date change and still got a great show. The show was a real treat for the city and the entire country, but it was also difficult to miss.
The Elton John concert in Denver was a rousing event for both fans and the audience. The show’s flamboyant atmosphere encapsulated the legend’s music. It was a night to remember and a night to cherish. And, it was not a bad way to celebrate his music legacy. If you love the star and the show, you must go and get a ticket to this fantastic concert!
The show also featured Elton’s famous hits. The crowd was enthusiastic and appreciative, with many fans singing along to songs like “Fallen Angel,” “The Almost Famous” song, and “The Big Bang” were all a part of the evening. The event was also an excellent opportunity to hear a few of the artist’s biggest hits.