Elton John has announced shows in Long Island, Newark, Brooklyn and Boston, among other cities, as his three-year-long farewell tour continues to grow. The first 60 dates immediately sold out.

John will also now be visiting Rosemont, Ill., and doing a second show in Sunrise, Fla., along with previously announced additional concerts in Minneapolis; Raleigh, N.C.; Columbia, S.C.; Jacksonville, Fla.; and Los Angeles. A complete list of dates, cities and venues is below. Tickets for the latest shows go on sale beginning Feb. 16 at 10AM local time; pre-sales begin on Thursday. They can be purchased, along with VIP packages, at EltonJohn.com.

Initially set to include more than 300 shows across five continents through 2021, the Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour was already forecast to bring in more than $400 million by Forbes magazine. John earned $60 million in 2017.

If these dates push past half-a-billion in revenue, John would end up with one the 10 highest-grossing tours of all time, Forbes noted. The first- and second-place earners remain U2's 360 Tour ($736 million) and the Rolling Stones' Bigger Bang Tour ($558 million). As for ongoing shows, Guns N' Roses' Not in This Lifetime concerts have grossed $475 million so far.

The Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour was announced during a multi-media presentation held Jan. 24 in New York and simulcast in London and Los Angeles. John confirmed his retirement from touring, saying he wanted to spent more time with his family.

Elton John 'Farewell Yellow Brick Road' Tour
9/8 - Allentown, PA, PPL Center
9/11-12 - Philadelphia, PA, the Wells Fargo Center
9/15 - Buffalo, NY, KeyBank Center
9/16 - University Park, PA, Bryce Jordan Center
9/19 - Hartford, CT, XL Center
9/21-22 - Washington DC, Capital One Arena
9/25-26 - Toronto, ON, Air Canada Centre
9/28 - Ottawa, ON, Canadian Tire Centre
9/29 - Québec City, QC, Videotron Centre
10/4 - Montreal, QC , Bell Centre
10/6 - Boston, MA, TD Garden
10/9 - Long Island, NY, NYCB LIVE/Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
10/10 - Pittsburgh, PA, PPG Paints Arena
10/12 - Detroit, MI, Little Caesars Arena
10/15 - Grand Rapids, MI, Van Andel Arena
10/18-19 - New York, NY, Madison Square Garden
10/23 - Louisville, KY, KFC Yum! Center
10/24 - Nashville, TN, Bridgestone Arena
10/26-27 - Chicago, IL, United Center
10/30 - St. Louis, MO, Scottrade Center
11/2 - Columbus, OH, Schottenstein Center
11/3 - Cleveland, OH, Quicken Loans Arena
11/6 - Boston, MA, TD Garden (2nd show)
11/8 - New York, NY, Madison Square Garden
11/23 - Sunrise, FL, BB&T Center
11/24 - Miami, FL, AmericanAirlines Arena
11/27 - Orlando, FL, Amway Center
11/28 - Tampa, FL, Amalie Arena
11/30-12/1 - Atlanta, GA, Philips Arena
12/4 - Birmingham, AL, Legacy Arena/BJCC
12/6 - New Orleans, LA, Smoothie King Center
12/8-9 - Houston, TX, Toyota Center
12/12 - San Antonio, TX, AT&T Center
12/14-15 - Dallas, TX, American Airlines Center
1/11 - Boise, ID, Taco Bell Arena
1/12 - Portland, OR, Moda Center
1/15 - Fresno, CA, Save Mart Center
1/16 - Sacramento, CA, Golden1 Center
1/18 - Oakland, CA, Oracle Arena
1/19 - San Jose, CA, SAP Center
1/22-23 - Los Angeles, CA, Staples Center
1/26 - Glendale, AZ, Gila River Arena
1/29 - San Diego, CA, Valley View Casino Center
2/1-2 - Los Angeles, CA, the Forum
2/7 - Denver, CO, Pepsi Center
2/9 - Tulsa, OK, BOK Center
2/12 - Omaha, NE, CenturyLink Center
2/13 - Kansas City, MO, Sprint Center
2/15-16 - Rosemont, IL, Allstate Arena
2/19 - Milwaukee, WI, Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center
2/21-22 - Minneapolis, MN, Target Center
2/27 - Cincinnati, OH, U.S. Bank Arena
3/1 - Albany, NY, Times Union Center
3/2 - Newark, NJ, Prudential Center
3/8-9 - Brooklyn, NY, Barclays Center (2nd show)
3/12 - Raleigh, NC, PNC Arena
3/13 - Columbia, SC, Colonial Life Arena
3/15 - Jacksonville, FL, Veterans Memorial Arena
3/16 - Sunrise, FL, BB&T Center (2nd show)