Elvis Costello’s first major set of headlining solo dates on the east coast in a decade will include a stop at the F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts on November 25 at 7:30 p.m.
During his 40-plus year career, Costello has produced countless hit records, including Alison, Watching the Detectives, Radio Radio, Pump It Up, The Other Side of Summer, Everyday I Write the Book and Veronica. He has been nominated for numerous awards during his career with his bands the Attractions and the Imposters, and has performed collaborations with artists ranging from Burt Bacharach (with whom he won a Grammy in 1999) to the Beastie Boys.
Costello's recent solo dates have become the stuff of legend, with reactions ranging from "Mesmerizing" and "Spellbinding (OC Register) to "Impassioned" and "Breathtaking" (Arizona Republic) to "altogether stunning" (San Diego Union Tribune).
The tour announcement follows news of Wise Up Ghost, the collaborative album from Costello and The Roots, out September 17th on Blue Note Records. The album was produced by longtime Roots associate Steven Mandel along with Costello and ?uestlove.
Nov 25, 2013 @ 7:30 PM
Doors open at 6:30 PM
$59 + Fees
$79 + Fees
$95 + Fees (Pit)
Tickets Go On Sale
Aug 16, 2013