Millennium (1999)

Tina Turner - Millennium - Concert

The Millennium Show was a special concert on December 30, 1999 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, which was actually planned together with Elton John. But because of their dispute at the Divas Show, all common activities were cancelled. So Tina opened the show and Elton followed her with his part. Beside tracks from her Wildest Dreams Tour, Tina performed also the new song „Hold On (I’m Comming)“.

Date: December 30, 1999
Venue: Caesars Palace, Las Vegas (USA)

  1. Steamy Windows
  2. River Deep, Mountain High
  3. Missing You
  4. Private Dancer
  5. We Don’t Need Another Hero
  6. Let’s Stay Together
  7. I Can’t Stand The Rain
  8. Givin’ It Up For Your Love
  9. Hold On (I’m Coming)
  10. The Best
  11. What’s Love Got To Do With It
  12. Proud Mary
  13. Addicted To Love
  14. Nutbush City Limits
Press Release

March 15, 1999

Caesars Palace Monday announced that Elton John and Tina Turner will launch New Year’s Eve festivities in Las Vegas with a Thursday, Dec. 30, 1999, concert in the newly remodeled Thomas & Mack Center.

“We are thrilled to welcome these two super-talents for a once-in-a-lifetime weekend, which promises to be one of the premier entertainment events in this resort’s long history,” said Caesars Palace President Paul O’Neil.

“Elton and Tina offer the caliber of international celebrity that makes this concert a ‚happening' with global appeal. The combination of artistry and energy is perfect for this weekend,” O’Neil added. John and Turner will be producing an integrated show, with both artists onstage together.

Tickets priced at $101.50, $201.50, $401.50 and $601.50 (including parking, excluding any applicable ticket-handling fee) will go on sale Saturday, March 20, at 9 a.m. at the Thomas & Mack Center Box Office, and Ticket Master outlets. Ticket sales will begin at 5 a.m. at the Caesars Palace Forum Casino Box Office.

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