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Depeche Mode Worldwide Tour

10:01 AM Tuesday 10/23/12 |   |

During a press conference in Paris, members of Depeche Mode revealed their 2013 worldwide tour beginning in Israel in early May. The initial itinerary runs through late July and includes stops in Athens, Berlin, Paris, Stockholm and Lisbon.

So far, Depeche Mode hasn’t released a routing for North America, but the newly announced Euro agenda shows the band playing mostly stadiums as well as hitting a few festivals such as the Borlange Peace & Love Festival in Sweden, the Optimus Alive Fest in Portugal and the Rock Werchter Fest in Belgium.

Band members also talked about a new, yet to be named album, saying they recorded “about 20 songs” and will narrow that amount down for the new release. Members also said they had finished recording the album only “a couple of days ago.”

Back to the tour. Here’s Depeche Mode in Europe:

May 7 – Tel Aviv, Israel, Hayarkon Park
May 10 – Athens, Greece, Terra Vibe
May 12 – Sofia, Bulgaria, Georgi Asparuhov Stadium
May 15 – Bucharest, Romania, National Stadium
May 17 – Istanbul, Turkey, Kucukcifikpark
May 19 – Belgrade, Serbia, USCE Park
May 21 – Budapest, Hungary, Puskas Ferenc Stadium
May 23 – Zagreb, Croatia, Hipodrom
May 25 – Bratislava, Slovakia, Inter-Bratislava Stadium
May 28 – London, United Kingdom, The O2 – London
June 1 – Munich, Germany, Olympiastadion
June 3 – Stuttgart, Germany, Open Air Buhne Am Mercedes Benz Museum
June 5 – Frankfurt, Germany, Commerzbank Arena
June 7 – Bern, Switzerland, Stade De Suisse
June 9 – Berlin, Germany, Olympiastadion Berlin
June 11 – Leipzig, Germany, Red Bull Arena
June 13 – Copenhagen, Denmark, Parken National Stadium Denmark
June 15 – Paris, France, Stade de France
June 17 – Hamburg, Germany, Imtech Arena
June 22 – Moscow, Russia, Lokomotiv Stadium
June 24 – St. Petersburg, Russia, SKK Arena
June 27 – Borlange, Sweden, Peace & Love Festival Grounds (Peace & Love Festival)
June 29 – Kiev, Ukraine, Olympic Stadium
July 3 – Dusseldorf, Germany, ESPRIT arena
July 7 – Werchter, Belgium, Festivalpark (Rock Werchter Festival)
July 11 – Bilbao, Spain, Kobetamendi (Bilbao BBK Live Festival)
July 13 – Lisbon, Portugal, Passeio Maritimo De Alges (Optimus Alive Fest)
July 16 – Nimes, France, Antique Arena
July 18 – Milan, Italy, Stadio Giuseppe Meazza
July 20 – Rome, Italy, Olympic Stadium
July 23 – Prague, Czech Republic, Synot Tip Arena
July 25 – Warsaw, Poland, Stadion Narodowy
July 27 – Vilnius, Lithuania, Vingis Park
July 29 – Minsk, Belarus, Minsk Arena

Visit DepecheMode.com for more information.


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