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Elton John’s last concert in the US will be broadcast live on Disney+

Elton John's last concert in the US will be broadcast live on Disney+

This location — Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles — held special significance for Elton. Suffice it to mention his debut from 1975, when he wowed audiences in a stage outfit reminiscent of a baseball team’s uniform. Part of this performance was recalled and recreated in the movie “Rocketman” 44 years later. Therefore, it can be concluded that the November performance in this sports arena will be a symbolic hook to crown the American leg of his world tour. “America made me famous, and I cannot fully express my gratitude to this country,” said the artist during his performance in Philadelphia.

As reported by Billboard, for those who have had the chance to admire this dynamic musician on stage, Disney+ has good news on stage. He announced that the last show in the states will be broadcast live by him. This is great news not only for American fans but also for subscribers from other countries. The platform also acquired the rights to broadcast a full-length documentary on John.

Back in May, Deadline reported that Disney+ paid nearly $30 million for the possibility of adding the film to its extensive slate. The documentary titled “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road: The Final Elton John Performances And the Years That Made His Legend” chronicles the life of the legend of the British scene. The film will feature behind-the-scenes footage from the current farewell tour and will also feature previously unreleased, behind-the-scenes material from previous tours. The whole will be enriched by notes from Elton John’s diary and frames showing his personal life. The film is produced by documentary filmmaker RJ Cutler and the star’s husband David Furnish.

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“The moment has come. I’m not saying goodbye to music, but when it comes to touring and traveling the world, I don’t want to do it anymore. I have been doing this since I was 17 years old,” the musician announced his last world tour, when he will finally say goodbye to the world audience. (PAP Life)

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