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Billy Joel at Intuit Dome

Why see Billy Joel?

One Night With The Piano Man

Billy Joel defines consummate pop professionalism to a T. From start to finish, Joel is known for providing a reliably buoyant, bounding performance at his gigs, and is eager to thrill his adoring audience with upbeat renditions of his old favorites. Guaranteed to be a night to remember, join the piano man for one night only in celebrating a career that has spanned more than 40 years and crowned him one of the most popular and respected entertainers in the world. 

One of the highest-grossing touring artists in the world, Joel is currently in the middle of a Madison Square Garden series of monthly concerts, which has been extended numerous times due to huge demand. Among the cabinet full of awards that he's won over the years are six Grammys, a Kennedy Center Honor and the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song. His vast catalog of hits ranges from the upbeat pop of 'Uptown Girl' and 'Allentown' to the smoky late-night 'Piano Man' and the anthemic 'New York State of Mind'. 

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Oct 12


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6 reviews, average rating: (4.8 Stars)

A viggiano


Fantastic. Better then ever ... Read more

Doris Davis

Billy Joel

Was at Bank of America Stadium last night and I must say that Billy Joel definitely still got it. He looks great and his vocals were on point like always. Glad to have been able to experience his legendary gift of music. I was very pleased. ... Read more

Daniel Koch

Billy Joel at the Buffalo Bills Highmark Stadium, Aug 14, 2021

Billy Joel gave a fabulous performance. His arrangement of music was enjoyed by all. Besides playing all his own spectacular hits, he also played a song by ZZ Top and sang a song in Italian. Billy brought a surprise guest on stage; Buffalo native Johnny Rzeznik of the Goo Goo Dolls who sang Iris. As Johnny sang the words, "I just want you to know who I am", the crowd went wild because everyone certainly did know who he was. These same words can be found in Johnny's old neighborhood across from the Broadway Market sprawled across the side of a building in a mural by Casey Milbrand. As Billy Joel played his wonderful array of hit music, one couldn't help notice the video display panels on the stage were misaligned. These panels typically move up, down, converge and separate but the controller was broken. The audio in the rear corner speakers was delayed too much causing an awkward echo and the audience was constantly blinded by lights which should have been only directed at the stage. ... Read more

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