Elton John Is All set 'Out on a High' With Last U.S.

A special Rocket Man-themed pop-up shop at The Webster at Beverly Center surrounded the newly designed Elton John tour march, mixed with luxury goods from Fendi and Balenciaga, David Furnish.

The beloved pop star's husband and business partner — joked everyone thinks his house looks just like this Los Angeles shrine to Elton.

We have a Captain Fantastic pinball machine at our house in Windsor," he admitted to Billboard

Sitting in an alcove at The Webster was the arcade game "Philadelphia Freedom" playing over the speakers.

For nearly a decade, Furnish has been helping Elton plan his retirement from the road, after more than 50 years of touring the world.

This pop-up shop is one of many special treats to send him off. "Elton said he needed to go high," Outfit said.

So the plan is: He'll finish his US tour dates with a trio of concerts at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.

including Sunday's final show being streamed live by Disney+ and featuring special guests Dua Lipa, Kiki D and Brandi Carlyle.

Now retiring from touring because he's been on the road, doing 90 to 100 shows a year. It is a big commitment.