Adams & Costello

Adams & Costello

The Coaster Theatre Playhouse welcomes the soulful sounds of Adams & Costello to the theatre at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 6, as part of the Stormy Weather Arts weekend.

Admission is $20; tickets can be purchased at the theatre box office (503 436-1242) or online at coastertheatre.com. Space is limited; seats will be socially distanced by groups.

West Coaster Julie Adams meets New Englander Michael Costello in this synergistic guitar and vocal duo. Costello’s love of roots music combines with Adams’ strong draw to driving rhythms. Based in Oregon and regulars on the North Coast music scene, they perform and record together regularly in a blend of visceral songs and emotional performances.

To ensure everyone’s safety, patrons must show proof that they are fully vaccinated when they enter the Coaster Theatre. Those unable to be vaccinated must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of the performance start time in addition to a matching photo ID.

Face coverings also are required at all times for everyone inside the theater regardless of vaccination status. Acceptable face coverings are listed on the theatre’s website.

Any patron not wearing a face covering, regardless of a medical exemption or age, will not be admitted entrance to the Coaster Theatre. Anyone who does not wear a face covering inside at all times will be asked to leave the theatre. No exceptions will be made to the face covering policy.

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