Goodbye, Elton John: Inside the music legend’s final Dodger Stadium concert
By Dan Wetzel
On Jan. 7 at the Los Angeles Dodgers’ new ballpark, it will host Dodger Stadium’s final concert of the season.
The final concert for the new Dodger Stadium – the team recently announced it will host its first ever Super Bowl – will take place before the game against the New England Patriots on Sunday, Jan. 14.
Dodger Stadium had been open since Wednesday, Nov. 15 and is the stadium’s first home for a Super Bowl in its new home since the original Yankee Stadium opened in 1923. The new domed stadium features a retractable roof, LED lighting and two retractable luxury suites, including the Presidential Suite.
John Lennon performed at Dodger Stadium on Sept. 12, 1975, a night when the stadium was host to the final Beatles concert. It was the last concert ever played on the stadium’s field, with the band’s drummer John Bonham later saying he had tears in his eyes after his performance, the Associated Press reported at the time.
In this article, I’ll try to shed a light on the making of Dodger Stadium and the last concert there, as well as the concert that will be played on the day the stadium hosts the Super Bowl. I will also speculate on what the concert will be like, where the performer’s performance will be, and my predictions of whether the concert will be the biggest in Dodger Stadium history or the smallest of all time.
For our analysis of Dodger Stadium, we have used the stadium’s official site, www.dodgers.com. There, you can read about how the design for the new stadium is working out and read more about the two luxury suites that will be at the stadium.
We have also used various sources, including the Los Angeles Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Sports Illustrated, Wikipedia, the Associated Press, and other sources to research various stories about Dodger Stadium.
The Times wrote about the last concert at Dodger Stadium in 2015, when the stadium was hosting the annual A-Rod Home Run Derby, the AP wrote when the stadium hosted the final Beatles concert, and the Chronicle referenced it during its