The Pet Shop Boys have confirmed their dates as part of their ‘Dreamworld: The Greatest Hits Live’ Tour.
The pop duo who consist of keyboardist Chris Lowe and and vocalist Neil Tennant, announced these string of shows which will see them take to the stage across several UK and European venues next Summer.
Begining in Rome on June 13, the pair will finish off this tour in Sweden on July 9. This tour will also include a performance at Dublin’s 3Arena on June 19.
Other venues included on this Pet Shop Boys tour will see them perform in Paris, Copenhagan, Gothenburg, Helsinki, Brighton and Colonge.
Tickets for these shows go on sale on Thursday 1 December at 9am. They can be purchased via Ticketmaster.
Tickets for the new tour dates will also go on sale on 30 November from CET at 9am.
The 2023 European dates Are As Follows:
13 June – Auditorium Parco della Musica Cavea, Rome, Italy
15 June – L’Olympia, Paris, France
17 June – OVO Arena Wembley, London, UK
19 June – 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland
21 June – P&J Live, Aberdeen, UK
23 June – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool, UK
24 June – First Direct Arena, Leeds, UK
26 June – Brighton Centre, UK
1 July – Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany
4 July – Helsinki Ice Hall, Finland
7 July – Royal Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark
9 July – Scandinavium, Gothenburg, Sweden
PSB are excited to announce new 2023 UK & EU dates for their critically acclaimed #Dreamworld tour.
The new tour dates kick off with a show in Rome on 13th June 2023 before taking in cities across the continent incl. Dublin, Paris, Helsinki, Copenhagen & Gothenburg on 9th July. pic.twitter.com/SjHBGeHu5J
— Pet Shop Boys (@petshopboys) November 28, 2022
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News of this tour comes just months after the Pet Shop Boys had also performed a very well received headline set at The Other Stage at the Glastonbury Festival, closing this year’s 50 anniversary celebrations of this event.
The pair will also headline Ediburgh’s Hogoamy Celebrations with a special Dreamworld performance on New Year’s Eve.
A few years ago, the band had also announced the reissue of their fourth and final set of releases ‘Catalogue: 1985 – 2012’, the landmark series of reissues of their parlophone studio albums.
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