A rock ’n’ roll glitz pioneer, Elton may have finally have found a performance partner that just might be able to outshine him. Created by Yamaha, his “Million Dollar Piano” features more than 68 LED video screens and is sure to light up the stage almost as much as its player does.

But this isn’t just about Elton and an instrument valued in the seven-figure range. He’ll be joined by his band featuring Davey Johnstone on guitar, bassist Bob Birch, John Mahon on percussion, drummer Nigel Olsson and keyboardist Kim Bullard. Acclaimed percussionist Ray Cooper, who has a very long history working with Elton, will make a special appearance.

The new dates for Elton at The Colosseum are Oct. 10-13, 18-21 and 26-28. Showtime is 7:30 p.m.

Ticket prices run from $55 to $250 and go on sale June 18. Visit The Colosseum’s website for more information.