Elton John announces new UK leg of farewell tour

He'll play 14 arena shows in November and December 2020

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Elton John has announced a new UK leg of his mammoth Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour.

He’ll play 14 arena shows in November and December 2020, full dates below:

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November 2020
Fri 6th The O2, London
Sat 7th The O2, London
Mon 9th Arena, Birmingham
Weds 11th Resorts World Arena, Birmingham
Fri 13th Echo Arena, Liverpool
Sat 14th Echo Arena, Liverpool
Tue 17th Arena, Manchester
Fri 20th The Events Complex Aberdeen (TECA), Aberdeen
Sat 21st The Events Complex Aberdeen (TECA), Aberdeen
Tue 24th The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Wed 25th The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Sat 28th Arena, Manchester
Mon 30th SSE Arena, Belfast

December 2020
Mon 7th First Direct Arena, Leeds

Tickets go on general sale at 10am on Friday November 16 from here. There are various pre-sales and VIP packages available, for full details visit Elton John’s official site.

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