This will afford the chance for more fans to see him live that have not been able to in the past. His baseball stadium tour will kick off on March 9, 2019, at the Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona. He will be performing one stadium show a month, in a state outside of his native New York.
Other tour stops will include shows at Miller Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on April 27, the Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on May 24, the Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland on July 26, Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, on August 8, as well as Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts on September 14. On June 22, Joel and his band will be heading to Europe to play at Wembley Stadium in London. This stadium tour will wrap up on October 12 at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas.
He sold out the first show ever in Camden Yards in less than 30 minutes right after the public online sale. Joel also sold out Fenway Park, where he returns for his sixth consecutive year.
All of these stadium shows will be in addition to Joel’s monthly residency at Madison Square Garden. On Thursday, January 24, Joel will be playing his 60th consecutive residency show at the hallowed venue, in celebration of the five year anniversary of his residency.
Speaking of the “World’s Most Famous Arena,” as Digital Journal previously reported, the “Piano Man” will be performing his 65th consecutive show at Madison Square Garden, as part of his residency, on June 2.