Billy Joel Concert On 10-12-2022 At Melbourne Cricket Ground, Richmond VIC

Billy Joel Concert 2022 

Event: Billy Joel Concert

Venue: Melbourne Cricket Ground, Richmond VIC, Australia

Date: Sat, 10 Dec, 10 am – 11 pm GMT+11

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Billy Joel has confirmed his long-awaited comeback to Australia, scheduling one special concert in December – his first Down Under in under ten years. On 10 Dec, the event will take place at the venerable Melbourne Cricket Ground. It has been confirmed that this will be Joel’s only performance in Australia this year. It is a part of the Victorian government’s Always Live initiative, which sees well-known performers (such as Nick Cave, Cate Le Bon, and Tash Sultana) give exclusive performances in the state to promote economic growth in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tickets Detail

Tickets for the concert will potentially go on sale At 10 am on 4 Jul. There will be two pre-sales: one for members of Telstra Plus beginning at 10 am on Monday, 27 Jun, and lasting for 48 hours; and one for members of Frontier beginning at 11 am on 30 Jun, and lasting for 24 hours. The ‘Piano Man’ icon played at the Stone Music Festival in Sydney in April 2013 for what would be his potential final performances in the country. But in December 2008, he played his final Melbourne performance. Joel commented on the concert in an interview with the Herald Sun, saying: “It’s odd to go all the ways to Australia to perform at only one show, but I think that’s the situation.


American singer, pianist, composer, and songwriter William Martin Joel was born on 9 May 1949. He has been a successful solo artist since the 1970s, releasing 12 studio albums of pop and rock music. He potentially Sold more than 160 million albums worldwide, one of the most successful musicians of all time, ranking as the fourth-best solo artist in the United States and the seventh-best recorded artist globally. The most popular albums in the country are his 1985 compilation album Greatest Hits Vol. 1 & 2.

The Bronx and Long Island, where Joel was raised, impacted his music. His mother insisted that he take potential piano lessons as a child. Joel joined the short-lived bands The Hassles and Attila after quitting high school to focus on his music career before inking a record deal through Family Productions and launching his solo career in 1971 with the potential album Cold Spring Harbor. After his live radio performance of “Captain Jack” became famous in Philadelphia in 1972, Columbia Records signed Joel to a new record deal. He later released his second album, Piano Man, in 1973. Following the releases of Streetlife Serenade (1974) and Turnstiles (1976), Joel finally found success with 1977’s The Stranger.

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