Depeche Mode expands North America tour 2023 with 29 more shows in the U.S., Canada and Mexico

British electronic band Depeche Mode has announced an expansion of their upcoming North America tour 2023 with the addition of 29 more shows.

Those 29 new Depeche Mode North America tour 2023 shows, which are being performed to promote their soon-to-be-released 15th studio album Memento Mori, will take place in cities like Houston, Miami, Dallas, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Seattle, Los Angeles, New York and Mexico City.

Tickets will go up for sale for a fan pre-sale on Tuesday, February 21st at 10am, with general tickets going on sale on Friday, February 24th at the same time.

You can buy them for all shows via Ticketmaster.

The 29 new Depeche Mode North America shows that have been announced look like this:

Sept. 21 – Mexico City, Foro Sol

Sept. 29 – Austin, Moody Center

Oct. 1 – Dallas, American Airlines Center

Oct. 4 – Houston, Toyota Center

Oct. 7 – New Orleans, Smoothie King Center

Oct. 10 – Orlando, Amway Center

Oct. 12 – Miami, Miami-Dade Arena

Oct. 19 – Nashville, Bridgestone Arena

Oct. 21 – Brookyn, Barclays Center

Oct. 23 – Washington, D.C., Capital One Arena

Oct. 25 – Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center

Oct. 28 – New York, Madison Square Garden

Oct. 31 – Boston, TD Garden

Nov. 3 – Montreal, Centre Bell

Nov. 5  – Toronto: Scotiabank Arena

Nov. 8 – Detroit, Little Caesars Arena

Nov. 10 – Cleveland, Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse

Nov. 13 – Chicago, United Center

Nov. 16 – Denver, Ball Arena

Nov. 18 – Salt Lake City, Vivint Arena

Nov. 21 – Edmonton, Rogers Place

Nov. 24 – Vancouver, Rogers Arena

Nov. 26 – Seattle, Climate Pledge Arena

Nov. 28 – Portland, MODA Center

Dec. 1 – Las Vegas, T-Mobile Arena

Dec. 3 – San Francisco, Chase Center

Dec. 6 – San Diego, Pechanga Arena

Dec. 10 – Los Angeles, Kia Forum

Dec. 15 – Los Angeles, Crypto.com Arena

The British electro-pop, synth pop band’s latest studio album Memento Mori will be released on March 24th.

It is the first full-length album to be released by Depeche Mode since Andy Fletcher, Depeche Mode’s co-founder and keyboardist, died last year at the age of just 60-years-old.

The album was first promoted by its lead single ‘Ghosts Again‘, which came out on the 9th of February this year.

Watch that song’s video below, and mark your calendars for when tickets for Depeche Mode’s North America tour 2023 go on sale next week.

 

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