Elton John's Wonderful Crazy Night Tour is set to make just four more stops in North America, wrapping on March 23 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. For his remaining dates, tickets to see Elton John are averaging $225, and a handful of the dates continue to rise in price.
John is one of the most decorated music artists in the world. With countless world tours under his belt, the British piano man is at it again with his latest, which launched on March 9 in Estero, Florida, as reported by Ultimate Classic Rock. John will then resume his hugely popular Las Vegas residency on April 16, where he is scheduled to remain a fixture on Vegas strip until April 30.
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The 68-year-old performer is touring in support of his newest album, Wonderful Crazy Night, which he debuted on Feb. 16. The '70s-influenced album marks John's 33rd album of his massive career, and has drawn fans to his live shows. Across his remaining tour dates, Elton John is scheduled to play his most expensive performance on the final night of the stretch in Michigan, where tickets to his show at Van Andel Arena are averaging $352, with the cheapest ticket priced at $149. John's March 22 stop at Covelli Centre in Youngstown, Ohio will be his cheapest of the remaining dates, as tickets are averaging 213, with a get-in of just $83, according to data provided by TiqIQ. Tickets for Elton John's "The Million Dollar Piano" residency are also on sale now. Fans traveling see John's residency shows can save money on the concert experience through cheap parking deals in Las Vegas through ParkWhiz.com.
Elton John is the third most successful artist in the history of the American charts, as only legendary acts like Elvis Presley and the Beatles have sold more albums. Elton has won countless Grammy Awards, and three of his albums have been inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. Other awards include one Oscar and one Tony Award, which he won in 2000 for Best Original Score for Elton John and Tim Rice's Aida.