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This week's concerts: Enrique Iglesias, Elvis Costello, Chrome Noir Harmonica Summit

September 26, 2011 - 12:15 PM
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Tuesday: Enrique Iglesias at the Patriot Center

Remember back in March, when singer Enrique Iglesias pulled the plug on a double-headlining tour with Britney Spears, and most people thought it was a really, really bad idea? Now that everyone is talking about the heartthrob's solo tour, with rapper Pitbull and crooner Prince Royce, it seems that striking out on his own was the right move for Iglesias, eh? 7 p.m. $19.50-89.50.

Wednesday: Chrome Noir Harmonica Summit at Howard University's Blackburn Center

For the third year in a row, professional musicians and Howard University music students come together to celebrate the mouth organ. Enrico Granafei, Allen Holmes, and Chrome Noir will perform. 12 noon. FREE.

Thursday: Elvis Costello & the Imposters at the Warner Theatre

After a series of canceled/postponed shows due to an illness in the family, Costello is back on the road with his Revolver tour, during which audience members help determine the set list with help from the "Spectacular Spinning Songbook," an updated version of the beloved game show-style wheel Costello used on tour in 1986. 8 p.m. $69.50-125.00.

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