Previewing Billy Joel's Average Setlist in 2016

July 20, 2016

(UPDATE 7/20/16) Billy Joel will play his record-setting 31st consecutive show at Madison Square Garden in New York City tonight, adding yet another accolade to his exhaustive musical resume. And while the "Piano Man" singer is posting big resale ticket demand for each of his remaining scheduled gigs in Midtown, those who are lucky enough to see him live will be treated to countless hits spanning Joel's six-decade-long career.

With tickets available for each of Joel's shows away from the Garden, as well as for all six remaining NYC gigs, the average price for Billy Joel tickets on TicketIQ is $266.44. His September, October and December shows are his most expensive remaining shows this year, with each averaging above $300 on the secondary market. Don't expect to get in for cheap if hoping to see him at MSG. His gig there tonight is currently the cheapest remaining show there, with tickets averaging $216.97 and the get-in price starting from $76.

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Got your tickets already? The next step is to brush up on your lyrics - check out Billy Joel's average setlist in 2016 below, according to

Billy Joel Average Setlist 2016

Miami 2017 (Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway)
The Entertainer
The Longest Time
My Life
Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)
The Downeaster Alexa
New York State of Mind
Say Goodbye to Hollywood
She's Always a Woman
Don't Ask Me Why
Keeping the Faith
Sometimes a Fantasy
Highway to Hell (AC/DC cover)
The River of Dreams
Scenes From an Italian Restaurant
Piano Man
We Didn't Start the Fire
Big Shot
Uptown Girl
It's Still Rock and Roll to Me
You May Be Right
Only the Good Die Young


Previewing Billy Joel’s Average Setlist in 2015

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(UPDATE 9/8/15) Billy Joel has been a traveling man in 2015. When he’s not rocking Madison Square Garden each month, the seminal musicians has taken his band on tour across the U.S. He’ll play three more shows outside of Midtown Manhattan through the end of December, and Billy Joel tickets are averaging $321.25 on the secondary market.

Joel is slated to play seven more gigs this year, which includes four more stops at MSG once each month until December. He’ll play his next show away from The World’s Most Famous Arena on September 16 at the Pepsi Center in Denver. The Toyota Center in Houston will welcome him on November 6 before he winds down his road trip at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte on December 5.

Check out Billy Joel’s average setlist in 2015 below, per

Billy Joel Average 2015 Setlist

  1. Miami 2017 (Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway) 
  2. Pressure
  3. Vienna 
  4. Zanzibar 
  5. The Entertainer 
  6. My Life
  7. An Innocent Man
  8. The Downeaster Alexa
  9. Movin' Out (Anthony's Song) 
  10. New York State of Mind 
  11. Allentown 
  12. Big Shot 
  13. Sometimes a Fantasy
  14. She's Always a Woman 
  15. Don't Ask Me Why 
  16. Keeping the Faith 
  17. Highway to Hell (AC/DC cover)
  18. The River of Dreams
  19. We Didn't Start the Fire
  20. Scenes From an Italian Restaurant 
  21. Piano Man
  1. Encore:
  1. Uptown Girl
  2. It's Still Rock and Roll to Me 
  3. You May Be Right
  4. Only the Good Die Young

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A Look At The Average Setlist For Billy Joel's Current Tour Dates

Pianist, singer-songwriter, and composer Billy Joel has not released an album in more than 20 years, but is still out touring and giving his fans more thrills performing some of his biggest hits of his illustrious career. The six-time Grammy award winner has sold over 150 million records worldwide, achieved 33 top 40 hits in the United States, and is one of the best-selling artists of all time.

Billy Joel, at the start of the year, established himself as the fourth franchise at Madison Square Garden where he has a decades-long history with the famed arena. He has been performing shows their once a month since January. Billy Joel tickets currently have an average price of $352.91 in the secondary market. His next show at the Garden will have an average price of $362.46, 2.8% above the tour average. The cheapest date this year is on July 18 at Wrigley Field in Chicago with an average price of $197.70, 44% below the tour average.