Elvis Costello Tour Dates
2016 Detour Dates
March 30: San Francisco, The Masonic
April 1: Santa Barbara, Arlington Theatre
April 2 & 3: Los Angeles, The Theatre At Ace Hotel
April 5: Riverside, Fox Performing Arts Center
April 7: San Diego, Balboa Theater
April 12: Salt Lake City, Kingsbury Hall
April 13: Jackson, Wyo., Center For The Arts
From pub rock to power pop, Elvis Costello has delved into countless numbers of musical genres in his career. The influential musician began his career in Cheshire, West England in 1971, where he formed Rusty, his first folk band that also enlisted Allan Mayes. Costello moved back to his native London three years later and ultimately took up the stage name “D.P. Costello”. In order to appear more marketable, he would soon develop the name “Elvis Costello”, a hybrid of Elvis Presley and his father’s stage name, Day Costello.
Working under his new title, Costello released his first album, “My Aim is True”, in 1977. Since then, he has released 23 more studio records and has become a staple in alternative rock and folk music. His most recent album, an EP titled “National Ransom”, was released in 2010. Costello also collaborated with The Roots for a joint 2013 release titled “Wise Up Ghost”.
Costello has been a massive concert draw since the 70s, and Elvis Costello tickets continue to be in high demand more than four decades later. He won a Grammy Award in 1999 for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals. He teamed up with Burt Bacharach for “I Still Have That Other Girl”, which was featured on the 1998 album “Painted from Memory”. Costello and his band, The Attractions, were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003.
With no end in sight, Elvis Costello has continued to garner critical acclaim for nearly 40 years. As the musician’s success remains a constant, Elvis Costello tickets will always be a hot commodity as he nears his 50th year in the music business.
National Ransom (2010)
Secret, Profane And Sugarcane (2009)
My Flame Burns Blue (2006)
The River In Reverse (2006)
The Delivery Man (2004)
When I Was Cruel (2002)
For The Stars (2001)
Painted From Memory (1998)
All This Useless Beauty (1996)
Kojak Variety (1995)
Deep Dead Blue (1995)
Brutal Youth (1994)
The Juliet Letters (1993)
Mighty Like A Rose (1991)
King Of America (1986)
Blood And Chocolate (1986)
Goodbye Cruel World (1984)
Punch The Clock (1983)
Imperial Bedroom (1982)
Almost Blue (1981)
Get Happy!! (1980)
Armed Forces (1979)
This Year's Model (1978)
My Aim Is True (1977)
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Elvis Costello Ticket News
5-6-15: Elvis Costello will be on the road with Steely Dan this summer. The duo currently sees tickets average at $177.50 on the secondary market. The tour, which plays over July and August, makes its most expensive stop on August 1 at the PNC Bank Arts Center. That show owns a secondary average of $261.72 and get-in price starts at $54.
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