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4.7

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We enjoyed Elton John

Allstate Arena - Rosemont

I would not sit on the floor again. I thought as you sit on the floor the seats might be elevated.

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Awesome must see concert

Allstate Arena - Rosemont

If you’ve never seen Elton live, you are missing a great concert. This is the 12th Elton concert I’ve attended and he never disappoints. I must say I was teary at the end of this one because it’s the last one I’ll probably ever see. Even if you’re not an Elton fan, you will be after seeing him live. Two and a half to three hours of great performances by him and his band. The videos on the screen behind him just added visuals that were fun to watch. A friend got free tickets from work and wasn’t a huge fan but left the show saying she had no idea how good he was and was trying to get tickets for his next Chicago appearance. Don’t miss it!

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A True Entertainer

Allstate Arena - Rosemont

Elton John did not disappoint. He is a true Entertainer. The way he acknowledged the whole audience was amazing. The class he showed I will never forget. I loved how he talked to us and put meaning into how some of his songs were written. The whole band showed us how much they truly enjoy what they do. So Happy they played all but one of my favorites!

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Farewell Elton

Allstate Arena - Rosemont

Elton never disappoints. He sings all his hits that the audience loves! He will be missed after this tour.

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Great show and performance with Elton's "long time" band!

The Forum - Inglewood

Myself, my husband, girlfriend and 32 year old son, who balked at first attending the show, had a fabulous time. We were on the floor, two in section C and two in section D. Boy did Elton and his band sing and play as if they were youngsters! The traffic getting into the parking lot was horrendous! Once on Prairie it was an hour and 20 minutes to park as people were cutting in line as they reached Pincay which slowed us in line down. Was there a reason two lines could not be let in from Prairie, stopped then to let people coming in the other direction on Pincay? We thought an hour and a half was enough time from Lakewood to be parked and into the Forum. Or, is the parking mess due to the construction of the football stadium across from the forum?

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'Captain Fantastic' certainly was

CHI Health Center Omaha - Omaha

Sir John's voice was a little raspy at first, sounding a lot like most of the audience in this frigid weather. But two songs in and he was doing great. He played all his major hits, going on for almost three hours. We enjoyed every minute. Thank you Sir E-J for all the great music over the years and this really great concert.

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Excellent Concert!

CHI Health Center Omaha - Omaha

He played for over 2 hours. There were a few songs we wish he had played but too many hits for him to sing them all.

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Underwhelming

CHI Health Center Omaha - Omaha

The anticipation leading up to the concert was almost overwhelming and then the music started and I had to cover my ears. The whole concert was way too loud and the sound was distorted. Maybe I am just getting old, but it was an older crowd. The best songs were when Elton played alone, such as Candle in the Wind and Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. The long instrumental portions of the show were boring and the videos of random people was distracting, almost intentionally so. Elton's costumes were amazing as usual and his voice still sounds incredible. There were rumors that he was not actually singing as his mouth was so close to the mic, but I think that he was singing. Overall, I am glad that I got to see Elton John perform live, but the performance was disappointing for a farewell tour.

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Super and Energetic!

CHI Health Center Omaha - Omaha

I have seen Elton John at least 6 times in various cities. This was another super energetic and very special performance. Loved every single minute of it! Any EJ fan who doesn’t go is really missing out! Worth every penny.

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Farewell Elton

BOK Center - Tulsa

One of the best concerts. This was number 58 Elton concerts for me.

Biography

Sir Elton John is undeniably one of the biggest pop stars of all time. His seemingly effortless musical skill and flamboyant style propelled him to superstardom in the '70s, and he has managed to retain his overwhelming popularity--producing top 40 singles yearly from 1970 to 1996. Somewhat of a piano prodigy, John started playing at four and won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music at the age of 11. After six years of formal training, he left the Academy to write and perform popular music. During the 1970's John, along with lyricist Bernie Taupin, produced a remarkable amount of material. The '70s was John's golden decade, during which he yielded such unforgettable classics as "Your Song," "Rocket Man," "Tiny Dancer," "Daniel," "Crocodile Rock," "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me," "Benny and the Jets," "Don't Go Breaking My Heart," and "Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word." The '80s also saw the release of major hits including "Little Jeannie," "I Guess That's Why They Call it the Blues," "I'm Still Standing," "Sad Songs Say So Much," and "Candle in the Wind." In the '90s, songs such as "Sacrifice," and "Blessed," and "The One" hit the top 10 on the US charts, and his collaboration (in 1994) with lyricist Tim Rice on Disney's massively successful The Lion King produced the instant classics "Circle of Life" and "Can You Feel the Love Tonight"--the latter winning an Oscar for Best Original Song. The collaboration was so successful, the pair were recruited once again by Disney to write the music for their Broadway musical adaptation of the classic opera Aida--an album of this effort was released in 1999. The critical and commercial success of John's 2004 release, Peachtree Road, further solidifies his position as one of the most successful and enduring artists in pop music history.

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