is a Ticket Comparison Service. Prices are set by sellers/promoters & may be above, below or at face value

Elvis Costello at Oxford New Theatre

111 fans have viewed Elvis Costello tickets today!
Elvis Costello tour dates and tickets
Elvis Costello, real name Declan McManus, is an English singer, songwriter and musician from London, who's known as one of the stand-out acts that dominated the British punk and new wave scene throughout the 1970s and 1980s.

Elvis Costello will be performing 1 event in Oxford on Sunday 15th March 2020 at the New Theatre.

Scroll down to see all ticket options and prices. If you'd like to see a list of Elvis Costello events, please CLICK HERE.

Set Your Currency / Country

Elvis Costello in Oxford - Ticket Options

Sun Mar 15 2020    (Change Date) Oxford, UK UK
Official face value from £57.75. Resale tickets from £136.03.
Track Ticket Price History
AXS Official Ticket Agent
Elvis Costello and The Imposters Ian Prowse
Oxford, New Theatre Oxford
Ticketmaster Official Ticket Agent
Elvis Costello and the Imposters
Oxford, New Theatre Oxford
inc fees
Viagogo Ticket Reseller
Elvis Costello and The Imposters
Oxford, New Theatre Oxford

Tickets available: 6
inc fees
Stereoboard Official Site
Elvis Costello Just Trust Tour
Oxford, New Theatre
inc fees
No Official Ticket Sellers Listed
Please Try Venue Find somewhere to stay in Oxford has 1,000s of hotels to suit all budgets!
Prices shown exclude fees or delivery charges, unless stated. We display the most accurate ticket prices available to us, but Elvis Costello ticket prices can change based on demand & availability. Stereoboard takes no responsibility for any difference in prices, or accuracy, displayed here and those on external sites. Our listings are purely for information purposes only and we are unable to verify any accuracy.

Venue Information - Oxford New Theatre

New Theatre George Street, Oxford OX1 2AG
Telephone: 08448 713020
Venue Capacity: 1800
The New Theatre is a live music venue and theatre based on George Street in Oxford. Formerly known as The Apollo, it has been used as a location for bands, singers, performers, musicals, comedians, and many other entertainers to take to the stage since opening way back in the late 1800s.