The piano man, Billy Joel, will take the stage at historic Fenway Park June 26 this summer! This will mark his first solo headlining concert in Boston in five years, and a night that you will not want to miss! (more)
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Legendary singer-songwriters Elton John and Billy Joel are scheduled to take center field at Fenway Park on July 21st and 24th as part of their “Face 2 Face” world tour. The pair is certainly excited to make the list of artists who have shared the opportunity to rock out on Lansdowne. America’s Most Beloved Ballpark has previously played host Bruce Springsteen, Jimmy Buffet, the Rolling Stones, Dave Matthews Band, the Police, Neil Diamond, Phish, and Sir Paul McCartney.
Elton and Joel put on a show at Gillette Stadium last summer, grossing in a total of $6.2 million. They are set to showcase their talents in various venues across the country before heading overseas in March. U.S. cities include Seattle, Kansas City, Denver, Buffalo, San Jose and Salt Lake City. Check back soon for Elton John and Billy Joel tickets at Fenway Park!
“Face 2 Face” Tour DatesFeb 3 Seattle, WA KeyArena
Feb 6 Seattle, WA KeyArena
Feb 10 Portland, OR Rose Garden Arena
Feb 13 Oakland, CA Oracle Arena
Feb 16 San Jose, CA HP Pavilion
Feb 19 Salt Lake City, UT EnergySolutions Arena
Feb 22 Denver, CO Pepsi Center
Feb 25 Oklahoma City, OK Ford Center
Feb 27 Kansas City, MO Sprint Center
March 3 Wichita, KS Intrust Bank Arena
March 9 Buffalo, NY HSBC Arena
March 11 Albany, NY Times Union Center
Rumors of a the Elton John & Billy Joel tour coming to Fenway have turned into a confirmation of the duo playing at Gillette Stadium. On Saturday, July 18th, the Face 2 Face tour will come to Foxborough. This leaves the Summer’s Fenway concert as a question mark – and opens up the possibility of the long-rumored U2 show at America’s Most Beloved Ballpark.
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Rumors are flying around about three possible shows at Fenway this Summer. Elton John and Billy Joel‘s tour may be stopping in the Fens on July 17th and 19th. John and Joel have occasionally toured together since mid 90′s, and this Summer’s tour is highly anticipated. Additionally, Fenway may host more than one act this Summer. Teen sensation The Jonas Brothers may also play a show at America’s Most Beloved Ballpark.
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Billy Joel and Elton John will be co-headlining another big tour together. Having collaborated since 1994, the pair’s most recent tour in 2003 was a big with with both critics and fans; selling out every night of the 24-date jaunt. Joel and John will be playing songs separately, as well as joining in a number of duets. The shows will all be in enclosed arenas, and should be prices similarly to the ’03 tour. Details and dates have not been revealed yet.
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This summer on July 16, Billy Joel will make “The Last Play at Shea” in a final concert at Shea Stadium in New York. Mark your calendars because this is a show that you will not want to miss.
Earlier this week, the Mets organization announced that The ‘Piano Man’ will sing and play the night after baseball’s All-Star game at Yankee Stadium. “It’s an honor to help throw Shea the ultimate concert farewell party,” said Joel, 58. “As a sports fan and a music lover, I will always have a place for Shea Stadium in my heart. I thank the Mets for giving me and my fans a chance to rock Shea Stadium one last time for the ages.”
Only occasionally has the stadium has been used as a concert venue, most notably, when the Beatles played there in 1965 and 1966. Other Shea headliners have included Elton John, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, the Rolling Stones, the Who and the Police. Joel has never played there before.
The new stadium will be named Citi Field and is to open for the Mets 2009 season.
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