The duo shared 29 additional dates for the European leg of their Memento Mori Tour, which Rolling Stone referred to as “a stunning celebration of life and music.”
Depeche Mode, the English electronic rock band consisting of Dave Gahan and Martin Gore, added additional dates to their tour’s European leg. The tour, which is to support their fiftieth studio album Memento Mori, is set to return to Europe on January 22 at London’s 02 area. It will end April 5 at the Lanxess Arena in Cologne, Germany.
The 29 newly-added shows will take place across 22 of Europe’s biggest cities, including Berlin, Paris, Madrid, and Milan to name a few. Between now and then, Depeche Mode is continuing their tour across Europe throughout the summer before traveling to North America in September to preform in the US, Mexico, and Canada.
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The Memento Mori Tour now consists of 110 shows, making it one of the group’s largest tours since forming in 1980. Additionally, it’s set to be one of the largest global tours this year. Thus far, the tour has sold two million tickets since it began in March.
The tour comes a year after the sudden death of their bandmate, Andy Fletcher.
Tickets for both Ireland and UK shows will be available for sale starting at July 15 at 10 a.m. BST. You can purchase them here.
The opening act for the duo has yet to released. To see full details about the group’s upcoming tour schedule, you can refer to their website.
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