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Elton John, the last concert in the USA live on Disney +

The last American concert of “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” Elton John It will be broadcast live on Disney+. The platform has already announced on November 20 that it will broadcast Elton John Live: Goodbye from Dodger Stadium.

according to DeadlineAnd the live broadcast of the last concert of john to me Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles It will document the pop legend’s latest US leg on what has been billed as his last-ever tour as part of a $30 million deal with Disney. The package includes the live broadcast and the already announced documentary Goodbye Yellow Brick Road: Elton John’s Latest Show and the Years That Made a Legend.

Plus the Los Angeles Show, Doc Goodbye yellow paved roadCo-directed by RJ Cutler (Billie Eilish: The world is a little hazyThe singer and her husband, David FurnishIt will feature unedited footage of John’s concerts from the past 50 years, as well as handwritten diaries and snapshots of the singer and his family. It will culminate in filming John’s final months of travel, culminating in his shows on November 17, 19 and 20 in Los Angeles.

Returning to Dodger Stadium is important to Elton Because there, there in 1975, he starred in a number of sold-out shows to over 100,000 fans, helping establish his legend in America thanks to his outrageous outfits and a cameo from tennis legend Billie Jean King, who joined him in singing. Philadelphia Freedom. Pictures of the concert – the first on a rock band stage since the Beatles played there in 1966 – by photographer Terry O’Neill served as inspiration for some of the autobiographical scenes rocket man.

After capping his US tour days, John will travel to Australia and New Zealand in January 2023 before moving on to the final set of European dates, including nine at O2 in London. The singer is currently #1 on the Hot Dance / Electronic Songs chart painting (Sept 10) With the song hold me close In cooperation with Britney Spears.

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