New fall shows added in US, Canada & Mexico
√ Depeche Mode’s first tour in over five years kicks off March 23 in Sacramento
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Following the rapturous reception to their new single “Ghosts Again,” Depeche Mode have added a new fall leg of North American tour dates to the “Memento Mori Tour,” which will support “Memento Mori,” their forthcoming studio album due out March 24. With the addition of these 29 new shows, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2020 inductees will now set out on a colossal 75-date tour – their 19th tour and their first in over five years.
The Live Nation-presented tour begins March 23 with a limited North American run featuring stops at New York’s Madison Square Garden, Chicago’s United Center and Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena (April 7, Nov. 5). The band will then embark on their European stadium tour on May 16, with noted stops including the Stade de France in Paris, Berlin’s Olympic Stadium, Milan’s San Siro Stadium, and London’s Twickenham Stadium.
Following the end of the European summer run, the newly added tour dates bring the band back to North America in the fall, with the tour stopping in Mexico City at Foro Sol before returning to the U.S. and Canada. Newly announced tour stops include Austin’s Moody Center, Vancouver’s Rogers Arena, additional New York City shows at Madison Square Garden and Barclay’s Center, Seattle’s Climate Pledge Arena and more, and concluding with a multi-night run in Los Angeles at the Kia Forum and Crypto.com Arena.
Presales will kick off with a fan presale on Tuesday, Feb. 21, with the general public on-sale beginning Friday, Feb. 24, at 10 a.m. local time. For further information on the tour routing and ticket on-sale dates, visit depechemode.com.
On the “Memento Mori Tour,” the band will once again be partnering with luxury watchmaker Hublot to support charity endeavors tied to the tour.
Reception to the “Memento Mori Tour” has been overwhelming with shows quickly selling out across Europe and North America, and over 1.5 million tickets already sold for the initial 46 shows. The tour is on track to be one of Depeche Mode’s largest to date, and is also well on its way to being one of the largest worldwide tours of 2023. The tour will feature Depeche Mode favorites and rarities, alongside new songs from “Memento Mori,” including the new single ”Ghosts Again,” which has been heralded as “a melancholic and joyful ode” (Vulture), “hypnotic” (Rolling Stone), and “a gorgeous, haunting song” (Revolver). The beautifully stark and cinematic Anton Corbijn-directed video for “Ghosts Again” released on Feb. 9 can be viewed at https://depechemode.lnk.to/GhostsAgain.
Having sold more than 100 million records and played to more than 35 million fans worldwide, Depeche Mode remains an ever-evolving and singularly influential musical force. An indelible inspiration to fans, critics and artists alike, Depeche Mode continues to forge ahead, with the “Memento Mori” album and tour representing the opening of the newest chapter of a peerless and ongoing legacy.