Elton John – Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour – Newly Added Dates9/4/19 – Salt Lake City @ Vivint Smart Home Arena9/6/19 – Las Vegas @ T-Mobile Arena9/7/19 – Las Vegas @ T-Mobile Arena9/17/19 – Tacoma @ Tacoma Dome9/18/19 – Tacoma @ Tacoma Dome9/21/19 – Vancouver @ Rogers Arena9/22/19 – Vancouver @ Rogers Arena9/27/19 – Edmonton @ Rogers Place9/28/19 – [email protected] Rogers Place10/1/19 – Saskatoon @ Sasktel Centre10/2/19 – Saskatoon @ Sasktel Centre10/4/19 – Winnipeg @ Bell MTS Place10/5/19 – Winnipeg @ Bell MTS Place10/22/19 – Toronto* @ Scotiabank Arena10/23/19 -Toronto* @ Scotiabank Arena10/25/19 – Indianapolis @ Bankers Life Fieldhouse10/26/19 – Nashville*** @ Bridgestone Arena10/30/19 – Memphis @ FedExForum11/6/19 – Charlotte* @ Spectrum Center11/8/19 – Philadelphia @ Wells Fargo Center11/9/19 – Philadelphia @ Wells Fargo Center11/12/19 – Cleveland**** @ Quicken Loans Arena11/13/19 – Pittsburgh**@ PPG Paints Arena11/15/19 – Boston**@ TD Garden11/16/19 – Long Island** @ NYCB Live, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum*Toronto’s public sale is Oct 12**Pittsburgh, Boston and Long Island’s public sale is Oct 19***Nashville’s public sale is Nov 9****Cleveland’s public sale is Nov 16View Newly Added Tour Dates Elton John is preparing to hang up his proverbial sequin suit, but not until after a (very) lengthy worldwide farewell tour, dubbed Farewell Yellow Brick Road. Announced at the beginning of this year, the 300-date Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour will see John perform virtually everywhere and span through the year 2021. The swing began on September 8th in Allentown, PA, and just a few weeks in, it’s already getting longer: This week, Elton John added 25 new 2019 dates to the already-extensive tour.As Elton John noted when initially announcing the tour, “My priorities have changed in my life. … My priorities now are my children, my husband, my family. I thought the time is right to say thank you to my fans and say goodbye.”Tickets for the newly added venues will go on sale beginning on October 5th at 10 a.m. local time. An American Express Card Member pre-sale period will take place from Thursday, October 4th at 10 a.m. through Monday at 10 p.m.To purchase your tickets for the newly added dates when they go on sale, head to Elton John’s website. You can see the complete list of newly added North American shows below:
Press Association Berbatov has been allowed to travel to Monaco for a medical ahead of a potential loan move to the Ligue 1 side. The Cottagers have replaced him with the highly-rated Mitroglou, who has moved to Fulham from Olympiacos for an undisclosed fee Fulham have moved to replace Dimitar Berbatov by completing the signing of Greece striker Kostas Mitroglou. He has found the net just four times in the Barclays Premier League and his agent indicated that his client was unhappy at Craven Cottage shortly after the sacking of Martin Jol. A move back to Spurs, where he is adored by the club’s fans, would have been an ideal scenario for Berbatov. But a transfer to Monaco would still be a good move for the former Manchester United man. Berbatov was due to undergo a medical at Monaco, who sit second in Ligue 1, on Friday afternoon. If he passes that, he will sign on loan until the end of the season, when his contract with the Cottagers expires. Fulham have been one of the busiest clubs in the market on deadline day. The west London club snapped up Lewis Holtby on loan until the end of the season and have also lodged a bid for Swansea defender Neil Taylor. The Cottagers also announced on Friday morning that defender Aaron Hughes had joined Sky Bet Championship club QPR on a free transfer. Press Association Sport understands Fulham are hoping to bring in at least three more signings before the deadline. Holland international John Heitinga is currently finalising a move from Everton, while Manchester United youngsters Larnell Cole and Ryan Tunnicliffe appear close to signing. West Ham were interested in signing Mitroglou but the 25-year-old has opted to move to Craven Cottage instead. Mitroglou has signed a four-year contract with the west London club. The striker began his career in Germany, but moved to Olympiacos in 2007. He has enjoyed a superb season so far, scoring 14 league goals in the Greek Super League. In total the forward scored 62 goals in 148 appearances for Olympiacos Fulham manager Rene Meulensteen will hope that Mitroglou can fill the void left by Berbatov, who has struggled for form recently. Berbatov joined Fulham in August 2012 and enjoyed a successful first season with the club, scoring 15 goals. This season has been a different story for the Bulgarian, however.