Depeche Mode has announced new tour dates to coincide with the release of their upcoming album Memento Mori which was announced in October and will release in March of 2023. This will be the first Depeche Mode album to not include Andy Fletcher, who passed away this past Spring.

Martin Gore and Dave Gahan, the remaining bandmembers, began recording this project before the pandemic, but “After Fletch’s passing, we decided to continue it as we’re sure this is what he would have wanted,” Gore told Live Nation Entertainment.

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You can buy tickets for the Memento Mori Tour here. The tour begins in Sacramento, California and ends all the way in Oslo, Norway.

Depeche Mode Memento Mori Tour 2023 Dates

March 23, 2023 – Sacramento, CA – Golden 1 Center
March 25 – San Jose, CA – SAP Center
March 28 – Los Angeles, CA – Kia Forum
March 30 – Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena
April 2 – San Antonio, TX – AT&T Center
April 5 – Chicago, IL – United Center
April 7 – Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena
April 9 – Quebec City, QC – Videotron Center
April 12 – Montreal, QC – Centre Ball
April 14 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
May 16, 18 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Ziggo Dome
May 20 – Antwerp, Belgium – Sportpaleis Antwerpen
May 23 – Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena
May 26 – Leipzig, Germamy – Leipziger Festwiese
May 28 – Bratislava, Slovakia – Nárdony Futbalovy Stadión
May 31 – Lyon, France – Groupama Stadium
June 2 – Barcelona, Spain – Primavera Sound Festival
June 4, 6 – Dusseldorf, Germany – Merkur Spiel-Arena
June 9 – Madrid, Spain – Primavera Sound Festival
June 11 – Bern, Switzerland – Stadion Wankdorf
June 14 – Dublin, Ireland – Malahide Castle
June 17 – London, England – Twickenham Stadium
June 20 – Munich, Germany – Olympiastadion
June 22 – Lille, France – Stade Pierre Mauroy
June 24 – Paris, France – Stade de France
June 27 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Parken
June 29, July 1 – Frankfurt, Germany – Deutsche Bank Park
July 4 – Bordeux, France – Matmut Atlantique
July 7, 9 – Berlin, Germany – Olimpiastadion
July 12 – Rome, Italy – Stadio Olimpico
July 14 – Milan, Italy – San Siro
July 16 – Bologna, Italy – Stadio Renato Dall’Ara
July 21 – Klagenfurt, Austria – Wörthersee Stadion
July 23 – Zagreb, Croatia – Arena Zagreb
July 26 – Bucharest, Romania – Arena Nationala
July 28 – Budapest, Hungary – Puskás Aréna
July 30 – Prague, Czech Republic – Letnany Airport
August 2 – Warsaw, Poland – PGE Narodowy
August 4 – Krakow, Poland – Tauron Arena
August 6 – Tallinn, Estonia – Tallinna Lauluväljak
August 8 – Helsinki, Finland – Kaisaniemen Puisto
August 11 – Oslo, Norway – Telenor Arena

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