36 years after his last show there, Elvis Costello returns to High Life Theatre
Thirty-six years after Elvis Costello last played the venue, he returns – this time with The Imposters instead of the Attractions – to perform at the Miller High Life Theatre, 500 W. Kilbourn Ave., on Tuesday, Nov. 26.
According to the announcement, the show – part of Costello's latest tour, called "Just Trust," in response to the musical questions: "Will they play my favourite song?," or, "Are they going to frighten the horses with a lot of excellent songs that are rarely performed?," not to mention, "Can I expect the hits of yesteryear and those of tomorrow?" – comes nearly four decades after E.C. and the Attractions played at what was then called the Auditorium as part of the "Punch the Clock" tour.
Trainspotters may remember opener Aztec Camera's ill-fated set, cut short by technical difficulties.
"Just Trust," apparently, does not mean he will only play songs from 1981's "Trust."
Tickets for this year's show – which is the tour's closing night, at the moment – go on sale on Friday, June 28 at 10 a.m. at the Miller High Life Theatre box office and Ticketmaster.com.
Costello is touring this summer as a co-headliner with Blondie.
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