Billy Joel is set to perform in London for the first time in over three years with a mammoth concert at Wembley Stadium.
Billy Joel is set to perform in London for the first time in over three years.
The legendary singer/songwriter - who has sold over 150 million record worldwide during his career - is to play a concert at Wembley Stadium in London on Saturday 22, June 2019.
The mammoth show will be the 'Uptown Girl' hitmaker's only UK date of 2019.
Since 2017, Billy has had record-breaking sellouts in nine stadiums including selling out Wrigley Field in Chicago, Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia and Fenway Park in Boston for five years in a row.
Tickets for 'Billy Joel In Concert' go on sale to the general public at LiveNation.co.uk at 9.00am on Friday October 19, however, American Express card members will have first access to pre-sale tickets from Monday (15.10.18) until 9.00am on Friday.
In July, Joel marked his 100th concert at Madison Square Garden in New York City by playing with his friend Bruce Springsteen.
As he introduced 'The Boss' to the audience, the 69-year-old musician said: ''We go back a long way. We were both on the same record label and got dumped by the same label. We go way back. This is an Oscar winner, a Grammy winner and Tony Award winner! Please welcome Bruce Springsteen.''
The pair then performed Springsteen's 'Tenth Avenue Freeze Out' and 'Born To Run'.
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