Wiltern Theatre | Los Angeles
Are you ready for a one-night-only concert event that will leave you shouting for joy? Then make sure you clear your calendars and set the date for Sunday 19th January 2020, because Elbow is coming back to Los Angeles, California for a music concert event at The Wiltern. This awesome show will bring one of pop music’s biggest stars for what may be this city’s biggest event of 2020 and certainly the best night this January for Rock music lovers. Fan favorite songs and charts-topping hits will all be delivered with the power and passion that only Elbow can muster. Book your tickets today!
When you think of dream pop and rock music events in California, then the first venue that should come to mind is The Wiltern in Los Angeles. This venue has brought in the biggest stars to their stage ever since they first opened their doors and have a history of hosting the most astounding musical events on their side of the country. But the action on stage isn’t the only reason to come out to this Los Angeles venue. The staff works hard to make every guest and patron feel welcome, with a friendly attitude and the cleanest facilities in town. You’ll be impressed by the rich and welcoming atmosphere that you won’t want to leave even after the curtains close at the end of the night. You can even enjoy a night around the neighborhood with the many bars, restaurants and attractions available near the venue. You can’t go wrong with visiting The Wiltern for your concert needs.
“Good evening, you beautiful city!”. The words ring around as Elbow take the stage! Nigel Carr gets warm and fuzzy with the nicest man in rock, thrilling the crowds with a battery of his band’s best."
"A collective vocal exercise late on was necessary to embellish those many crowd members who were less desirous of chanting along, a rarity for a greatest hits presentation. At the end, Garvey acknowledged, “Some of us are sing-a-longers, some of us aren’t, but all of us are gonna sing along to this one” – obviously referring to One Day Like This. Their perennial anthem was an expectedly stirring finale to a big-hearted celebration of music and people."