Elton John concludes his "Farewell Yellow Brick Road" tour with an emotional final performance in Stockholm, Sweden.

The tour, which started in September 2018, came to a halt in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and John's hip injury in 2021 

John proudly announced that the tour comprised an impressive 330 shows in 663 days, including his appearance at Glastonbury 

Reflecting on his career, the singer expressed gratitude for his incredible life, which began with touring at the age of 17 

In an interview, John revealed his excitement about spending quality time with his family after the tour's conclusion 

David Furnish, John's husband, shared their anticipation for the next chapter together after bidding farewell to life on the road 

John and Furnish have two sons, Zachary and Elijah, who have undoubtedly been a source of joy and inspiration 

Coldplay's Chris Martin joined John's final show through a livestream, honoring the legendary singer and wishing him a happy retirement 

Martin expressed gratitude for John's contributions to various causes, including the AIDS Foundation, LGBTQ rights, fashion, eyewear, and love 

Elton John's farewell marks the end of an era, leaving behind a legacy of unforgettable performances, kindness, and passion for making a difference