Cape Cod Times: Doug Fraser: 28th July, 2011
"There was a go-go dancer, dressed in classic Hullabaloo, as well as audience members who also came up on stage to dance in the cage. And it was an extremely danceable night of songs. An up tempo version of the classic put down “Alison” segued into Smokey Robinson’s “Tracks of My Tears.” A speed guitar intro led into “Strict Time” that showed Costello hadn’t moved far from his roots in the early British punk scene. “I Can’t Stand Up for Falling Down, Pump It Up,” a really rocking version of The Byrds’ hit “So You Want to Be A Rock and Roll Star,” and “What’s So Funny ‘Bout Peace Love and Understanding” had the sold-out crowd on its feet and dancing most of the night"