Billy Joel is returning to St. Louis on Friday, April 11, at the Scottrade Center downtown, bringing his history with the Gateway City full circle.
LiveNation and Scottrade Center officials announced the news just moments ago during an special event in Scottrade's "Bud Light Zone." Officials shared that in 1994, Joel performed the first concert in Scottrade, then called Kiel Center. "St. Louis is still a huge Billy Joel town," officials said.
Tickets are $52.50, $92.50 and $122.50 and go on sale Saturday, February 8, at 10 a.m. You can purchase them from Live Nation, Ticketmaster, through the Ford Box Office at Scottrade Center or by calling 800-745-3000.
Facts about Joel, provided by Scottrade and LiveNation officials:
Continue to page two for the setlist from Joel's recent concert at Madison Square Garden, earlier this week.
"Miami 2017 (Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway)" "Pressure" "Summer, Highland Falls" "The Longest Time" "Blonde Over Blue" "Everybody Loves You Now" "All for Leyna" "Movin' Out (Anthony's Song) " "Where's the Orchestra? " "Allentown" "Big Man on Mulberry Street" "New York State of Mind" "Zanzibar" "The Entertainer" "She's Always a Woman" "Don't Ask Me Why" "The River of Dreams" "Scenes From an Italian Restaurant" "Layla (Piano Coda)" "Piano Man" "Big Shot" "It's Still Rock and Roll to Me" "You May Be Right" "Only the Good Die Young"
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