Sir Elton John has said he is still “trying to process” his last gig after completed his tour after more than 50 years performing across the world.
In 2018 the superstar announced his Farewell Yellow Brick Road show would be his last, and his second night at the Tele2 Arena in Stockholm on Saturday marked the completion of a 330-date run.
He wore four dazzling costumes and Coldplay frontman Chris Martin sent a surprise message.
In an Instagram post on Monday, Sir Elton wrote: “When we set off on my final tour in 2018, I couldn’t have foreseen in my wildest dreams the twists and turns and the highs and lows this tour – and the whole world – would have experienced in the next 5 years.
“And every step of the way, my fans have been there. You have stuck with me, you have supported me, you have been patient and you have kept turning out for every single last show.
“Saturday night was magical. I’m trying to process it and I don’t think it will sink in for a while yet that I’m finally finished touring.
“I can’t tell you how much I’m going to miss you all and how much your support has humbled me – it will stay with me forever.”
He said he has played to more than six million people since the tour began five years ago.
The two-and-a-half hour set also saw an emotional rendition of Candle In The Wind – which he had adapted for the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales in 1997.
His classic, Rocketman – the song that lent its name to his biopic, with Taron Egerton playing the singer – along with other hits such as Your Song and Tiny Dancer also featured.
The singer also revealed people had flown in from across the world from locations such as England, Australia and the US to “say goodbye” with him, including family members from both his mother and father’s side.
Sir Elton’s Farewell Yellow Brick Road concert dates are one of the highest-grossing concert tours since records began, with Billboard reporting that it is the first to do $900m (£701m) worth of ticket sales.