The Piano Pan will perform special one-night-only shows with the fellow Rock and Roll Hall of Famers

Billy Joel
Billy Joel [Courtesy]

Later this year, Billy Joel is playing two exclusive concerts with two very special guests. The Piano Man will perform at Soldier Field in Chicago on June 21 with Stevie Nicks, and at Busch Stadium in St. Louis with Sting on September 27. Additionally, Billy will be headlining T-Mobile Park in Seattle and Coors Field in Denver on his own. Check out the full tour itinerary below.

Joel, 74, was on the road throughout playing stadium shows alongside Stevie Nicks. The trek wrapped up last month, with one re-scheduled show slated for March 9 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Back in 2021, Billy co-headlined Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada with heavy metal juggernauts Metallica.

Stevie Nicks recently confirmed that she is extending her current tour into 2024. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer will perform seven additional concerts starting in February, in addition to her stacked fall tour schedule. Check out her full tour itinerary below, including all previously confirmed performances.

In October 2020, Stevie Nicks’ 24 Karat Gold – The Concert was released at select cinemas, drive ins and exhibition spaces around the world for two nights only. The sold-out film offered audiences a virtual front row seat to the magic Nicks brought on her sold-out 24 Karat Gold Tour. 

On July 28, Nicks released Complete Studio Albums & Rarities. The massive career-spanning boxed set is available as 16-LP vinyl and 10-CD sets, as well as digitally. All tracks have been newly remastered. Limited to just 3,000 copies, the 16-LP vinyl set features several albums making their vinyl debut, including Street AngelTrouble in Shangri-La, and In Your Dreams. A limited amount of physical versions are still available for purchase HERE.

A pre-sale for Citi cardmembers begins next Monday, January 8 at 10am local time. General tickets go on sale next Friday, January 12 at 10am. Check out the full tour advertisements below.

Billy Joel recently confirmed the final date of his Madison Square Garden residency. The unprecedented run, which launched in December 2013, will end on July 25, 2024. The final performance will be the 104th of Joel’s residency, and his 150th lifetime performance at the World’s Most Famous Arena.

Billy Joel played his first show at Madison Square Garden on December 14, 1978.

“I’m kind of flabbergasted that it lasted as long as it did,” Joel said at conference at The Garden when the final run of shows was initially announced. “My team tells me that we could continue to sell tickets, but 10 years, 150 shows — all right already!”

“There’s only one thing that’s more New York than Billy Joel, and that’s a Billy Joel concert at MSG,” New York City Mayor Eric Adams stated. Adams joined Joel and MSG Entertainment CEO James L. Dolan to announce the end of the residency. “Billy Joel’s franchise run has made history — not only for Madison Square Garden, but also for the music industry overall,” Dolan added.

While his residency at The Garden is ending, a representative for Joel confirmed that he is not retiring.

According to Pollstar, Joel’s MSG residency has seen him perform for nearly 1.7 million people through 89 shows. The run has sold $207 million in tickets. By the time the final show rolls around, the residency will have grossed over $250 million.

Throughout his run at The Garden, Joel brought out several special guests to perform with him including Bruce Springsteen, Tony Bennett, John Mellencamp, Foreigner’s Mick Jones and Lou Gramm, John Fogerty, AC/DC’s Brian Johnson, and Aerosmith, among others.

Friday, May 24 – T-Mobile Park – Seattle, WA
Friday, July 12 – Coors Field – Denver, CO
Friday, June 21 – Soldier Field with Stevie Nicks – Chicago, IL
Friday, September 27 – Busch Stadium with Sting – St. Louis, MO

Tickets will be available HERE