Elton John Concert
The farewell tour, wrapping up five decades of music, is your last chance to see the charismatic Elton John perform live
Metro: L1 (Red) & L3 (Green), Espanya
FGC: L8, Espanya
Bus: 13, 55 & 150
Elton John will bid a fond farewell to Barcelona during two once-in-a-lifetime concerts in which the iconic singer will perform from his spectacular repertoire. After a phenomenal career in music spanning over 50 years, Elton John is now exiting from the stage, and saying goodbye to his avid fans across the planet in a world tour lasting an astounding three years. The “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” tour kicked off in the United States in September of 2018, passed through Madrid, and is scheduled to conclude in 2021 after over 350 concerts given on all five continents. In light of the tour’s sprawling scope, Barcelona simply had to be one of the stopping points; after all, this city is home to a solid number of deeply devoted fans.
The Barcelona concerts will be held on October 2nd and 3rd of 2020, in the Palau Sant Jordi, which is sure to fill every seat to see the singer give some of his final performances. What’s more, both shows are bound to fall right in line with the epic nature of what’s soon to become one of the largest world tours in history. Elton John will delight audiences with his piano and his iconic look, performing his biggest hits from the past 50 years, like Crocodile Rock, Like a Candle in the Wind, and Don’t Go Breaking My Heart.
Throughout his extensive career, Elton John has achieved 38 gold and 31 platinum albums, and has sold over 300 million records all over the world, figures which make him one of the highest-grossing artists of all time. In 2021, after having spent more than half his life on the stage, one of the biggest and most prolific pop icons will bid farewell to the tour life in order to enjoy more time with his family. And so it’s no exaggeration that the Sant Jordi shows will be absolutely unforgettable, once-in-a-lifetime experiences for all spectators. It’s a truly unique and fleeting chance to witness live the energy and charisma of one of the 20th century’s most important artists. You’ll want to be able to say, “I was there.”