Depending on who you are and what you’re into, Elton John’s career-ending farewell tour will be the hottest ticket of 2019. Or maybe not: maybe it’s Muse or the Rolling Stones; who knows, it could even be the Spice Girls. For New Yorkers, though, this year’s must-see is likely to be Björk’s new concept show, Cornucopia. Why? Well, not only is it a world exclusive, it comes as part of the opening season of the huge, new Diller Scofidio + Renfro-designed arts centre The Shed in Manhattan. It marks the singer’s first ever “theatrical collaboration” (with Harry Potter and the Cursed Child director John Tiffany) and features work by digital artist Tobias Gremmler as well as the seven-piece flute ensemble from her recent Utopia tour. It will be, she promises, “her most elaborate stage concert ever”. Date to be confirmed, with the scrum for tickets opening “in spring”. Prepare to be disappointed.