He brings his Imposters to The Venue.
Elvis Costello makes his Derry debut this week, when he plays The Venue on Thursday (June 27). It's another highlight in their City Of Culture 2013 celebrations.
Tickets are priced from £27.50 and are available here.
The bespectacled star will be rolling the hits with his sometime touring band The Imposters. He's also set to play the Westport Festival in Mayo next weekend, alongside the likes of ABC, Julie Feeney and Imelda May.
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