ARE YOU READY FOR VEGAS? Elton John Tickets

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ARE YOU READY FOR VEGAS?
SIR ELTON JOHN
is reported to have signed a three-year deal worth £31 million to perform 75 shows in LAS VEGAS.

The 56-year-old star will perform with his band five times a week at the legendary Caesars Palace for five weeks a year.

Tickets for the first series of performances, scheduled for February 13-22 2004, go on sale today (October 22) and the top prices are £160 ($250), reports ananova.

The shows will take place at the Palace's Colosseum.

Sir Elton
will perform his show The Red Piano when [a][/a]
is on holiday from her three-year, £62 million ($100 million) contract. Her shows take place at the same venue, which was designed specially for her.

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