Elvis Costello Takes Another 'Detour'

Acclaimed Solo Show Returns May 2016

Elvis Costello takes his acclaimed Detour solo show for another spin in May including 4 nights at the London Palladium May 10th-14th.

Tickets on sale now!

Elvis plays the following UK & European dates:

May 2016

Mon   9th     WARWICK, Arts Centre SOLD OUT
Tue   10th    LONDON, The Palladium
Wed  11th    LONDON, The Palladium
Fri    13th    LONDON, The Palladium
Sat   14th    LONDON, The Palladium

Mon   16th    ANTWERP, DeRoma SOLD OUT
Tue   17th    PARIS,   L'Olympia
Wed   18th   UTRECHT, Tivolivredenburg (Grote Zall) SOLD OUT
Fri    20th    AALBORG, Musikkens Hus
Sat   21st    HAMBURG, Kleine Laeiszhalle SOLD OUT
Mon   23rd   TURIN,   Theatre Colosseo
Tue   24th    MILAN,   Theatre Acrimboldi
Wed   25th   PADOVA,  Theatre Geox
Fri   27th      FLORENCE, Theatre Verdi
Sat   28th     BOLOGNA,  Theatre Auditorium Manzoni
Sun   29th    ROME,    Theatre Audi Santa Cecilia
Tue   31st     BRESCIA, Teatro Palabanco

June 2016

Wed   1st     ZURICH,   Volkshaus
Sat   4th      ZARAGOZA, Sala Mozart
Sun   5th     MADRID,   Teatro Monumental
Mon   6th     SAN SEBASTIAN, Auditorio Kursaal

Critics round the globe have waxed lyrical about this incredibly
entertaining walk through Elvis Costello’s amazing life and back

“….There seemed to be a little extra Scouse tang to his accent than
usual as held court with his guitar in front of a giant vintage TV set.
The television displayed a test card – something which only people of a
certain age will remember. Overlaying the screen were pictures
highlighting memories of his childhood, his musical and cultural
influences as well as old snaps of his family. The concept worked well
as Costello stiched his songs into a narrative of recollections and
anecdotes.”   Manchester Evening News, Andy Cronshaw 11/6/15

“By the time Sixties footage of his dad looking the very spit of
Costello’s screens, as the singers brothers appear for harmonies
freighted with fraternal emotion, this gig has become more deep-rooted
English feelings than punk. The GI Bride heartbreaker ‘American Without
Tears’ blurs into the clubland numbness of ‘Pump It Up’ into ‘Brother
Can You Spare A Dime’ then ‘Oliver’s Army’ treads again on live
danger-lines of race, joblessness, and false patriotism. Costello used
to sneer with righteous rage. Now he is a profound showbiz veteran, from
a country which should embrace him again.” The Independent, Nick Hasted