Elton John confirms he is preparing to hold concerts in Georgia
09 March, 2018
Elton John confirms he is preparing to hold concerts in Georgia
British pop and rock star, singer and composer Sir Elton John is preparing to hold two concerts in Georgia. A well-known British singer has announced about it on his personal Facebook page.

As Sir Elton John has informed his fans, he will hold the concerts at Tbilisi Black Sea Arena. The preparation for concerts in Georgia has already begun.
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British musician posted a photo of a concert in Caesars Palace on his official Facebook page.

“Love and thanks to all of you
who came to my penultimate Caesars Palace shows! I’m back in April before heading to Georgia for my shows at Black Sea Arena”, he wrote.

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Sir Elton John will hold concerts at Black Sea Arena in Shekvetili Resort of Georgia’s Guria region on June 30 and July 1.

As a reminder, in 2017 the two concerts of British pop star were scheduled for September 16 and 17 on Black Sea Arena, but they have been postponed due to the poor health conditions of one of the members of Elton John’s band.
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Davey Johnstone, the member of Elton John’s band underwent a surgery on his hand, which  was the official reason for postponing the concerts.
Sir Elton John apologized his Georgian fans and promised them that he would hold the concerts next year.
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Elton John performing with Davey Johnstone

"I am very sorry that the concerts in Georgia have been postponed. Dave cannot play, but he will soon return. We will hold concerts next year and we are looking forward to arriving in Georgia. We'll meet very soon," Elton John said.

Since his first shows in 1970 to the present, Elton John has performed with his band over 3,800 times.

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