Tickets available for Sir Elton John concert

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Thought you’d missed the chance to catch Sir Elton John at Sunshine Coast Stadium? Think again!

It is one month until the global superstar hits the stage at Sunshine Coast Stadium as part of his swansong Farewell Yellow Brick Road World Tour  and tickets are still available for the March 3 & 4 concerts.

Tourism, Sport and Major Events Portfolio Councillor Jason O’Pray said tickets to both concerts were available from just $119 through www.ticketek.com.au.

“The countdown is on to this incredible, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and I would urge anyone who hasn’t grabbed tickets yet to jump in and secure your spot at what will be Sir Elton John’s final performance in Queensland and his second-last performance in Australia,” Cr O’Pray said. 

“Tickets are still available, including in the western grandstand, which will provide an awesome view of the amazing stage Sir Elton will perform on.

“The reviews from Sir Elton John’s earlier concerts on his Farewell Yellow Brick Road World Tour have been absolutely brilliant, so don’t let the sun go down on this opportunity to catch the legendary singer live in concert for very last time!”

With a Stadium VIP ticket you can also experience Elton John with food, drinks and incredible seats! Enjoy VIP treatment on arrival with a dedicated entrance and exclusive space within the grandstand with a 4 hour premium beverage package. You’ll also receive substantial canapes and grazing from a seasonal bespoke menu in undercover, reserved seats for $750 + GST per person. Enquire or book these tickets direct through the stadium by calling 5437 7666 or email scstadium@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au.

Sir Elton John’s enormous production entourage, which includes 35 semi-trailers, will arrive in late February to begin installing the 66m wide x 21m high stage which includes 450square metres of LED screen. Promoter and Executive Chairman of Chugg Entertainment, Michael Chugg said the Sunshine Coast would be treated to the full Sir Elton John experience. 

“The Sunshine Coast should get ready to welcome one hell of a showman in March, as the very first international artist to ever perform at Sunshine Coast Stadium,” Mr Chugg said.

In his Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour, the songs from Elton John’s legendary 50-year career will be showcased against a backdrop of never-before-seen images and videos, brand new stage production, along with a tour wardrobe designed by Italian fashion house Gucci.

Garnering rave reviews at sell-out shows across North America, Elton John’s curtain call will be the last chance to catch this legendary performer touring in Australia.

For more information about the Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour, visit www.oznz.eltonjohn.com

 
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