Elton John Is Perfect Show for A Night on the Town Following a Day on the Vegas Course

Admit it: Whenever an Elton John song comes on the radio, you turn up the volume just a little and sing along. Well, here’s the chance to join other fans in celebrating this one-of-a-kind entertainer at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Warm up your voice and get set to join in. –By Bill Bowman

John’s career began in 1969 and in his five-decades of performing, he’s played more than 3,500 concerts in more than 80 countries. But now it’s Las Vegas where fans flock to see this singer/songwriter’s shows. Click here for ticket information.

And it’s not the type of show where people tap their feet in time to the music and sit back and relax. This one’s a get-on-your-feet-and-sing-along to such favorites as Rocket Man, Benny and the Jets, Crocodile Rock, Tiny Dancer and many, many more.

The show, titled “The Million Dollar Piano,” is aptly named because of the piano that has to be seen to be believed. Weighing in at more than 3,000 pounds, it fits in perfectly with the set design that is bright and visually stunning.

So it’s time for music fans to take a trip back in time and see and hear one of the most gifted musicians. Many of John’s top songs were released in the 1970s including crowd favorites such as: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me, The Bitch Is Back, Philadelphia Freedom and many, many more. See, you’re probably humming one of those old favorites right now.

John’s career includes 27 multi-platinum and 37 gold albums. He also has sold more than 250 million records worldwide and was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1994.

John’s latest run at Caesar’s is through April 15 but he will return for a three-week run in October. While he is gone, there’s plenty more action to be had on property including shows by Celine Dion, Rod Stewart, Reba, Brooks & Dunn and others. Click here to find out about other entertainment options, rooms, dining and everything else the properties have to offer.