Billy Joel

Music , Rock and indie Wembley Stadium , Wembley Park Saturday September 10 2016
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The piano man is back! Despite the fact that he hasn’t released an album for two decades he’s still one of the best-selling artists ever to roam the earth, and tonight he’ll be cracking out some of the hits that got him to that point: ‘Uptown Girl’, ‘We Didn’t Start the Fire’, ‘The River of Dreams’, ‘Just the Way You Are’ and so forth.

Venue name: Wembley Stadium
Address: Empire Way
Opening hours: Wembley Stadium Tours: £19, £17 adv, £11 over-65s/under-16s, students, £10 concs. adv, £45 family. VIP Tour (min two people) £55pp. 10am–4pm daily; tours do not take place on public holidays and during the build-up to and wind-down from major sports or music events so advance booking is recommended.
Transport: Tube: Wembley Park

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cliff webb

Just two Billy Joel concerts Friday 1st Nov in Dublin then again at Hammersmith Appollo don't ask me which was the better of the two because I could not they were both quite brilliant.I also travelled to new Orleans earlier in the year to see him at the jazz festival was slightly disappointed with that concert although billy gave a great performance as usal but show lacked atmosphere unlike the Dublin and hammersmith shows.Ive been following billy for nearly 40 years seen him live so many times thought he might be slipping a bit how wrong was I the two shows ive just seen were as good as any in the past Pure genius billy anyone got spare ticket for Friday Birmingham gig.