Sir Elton John will be returning to Watford for his Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour this weekend at Vicarage Road.

This will be the fourth time Sir Elton has performed at the club, having first played Vicarage Road in 1974 before returning in 2005, with his last concert at the stadium having been in 2010.

With the return of the former Hornets chairman set to be a massive event, here is everything you need to know ahead of the shows.

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When is the concert?

The first show will be this Sunday (July 3) with doors opening at 4.30pm and Elton due to take the stage at approximately 7pm, finishing around 10pm.

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The second show will be the next day (July 4) and will follow approximately the same timings.

Where is the concert?

The former Watford FC chairman and lifelong Hornets fan will be performing at Watford FC's Vicarage Road stadium on both Sunday and Monday.

The Watford FC stadium is around a 10-minute walk from Watford High Street and a 20-minute walk from both Watford Junction railway station and Watford Metropolitan on the Underground.

Watford Borough Council says no specific parking arrangements have been made and fans will need to use the town centre car parks or use other forms of travel.

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Are there support acts?

No support acts have been announced for Elton’s farewell tour, but special guests are a possibility.

Fans can expect a full show of the Rocketman’s hits.

Are there tickets left and how to get them?

Several hundred extra tickets were made available yesterday for each night.

These are priced at £90, £120 and £150 and can be purchased from Ticketmaster via this link.

What is on the set list?

No set list has been announced but judging by previous stops on the tour fans can expect many of the biggest hits of Sir Elton’s career.

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At a previous show in Norwich (June 15), Tiny Dancer, Rocketman, Candle in the Wind, Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word, Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me, I’m still Standing and Crocodile Rock were all played.

Fittingly for the tour, Goodbye, Yellow Brick Road seems set to close the show.

Is this the final tour?

Sir Elton has announced he will be retiring from touring after this massive 321-show tour, which will conclude next year.