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Pet Shop Boys Go ‘Electric’

10:01 AM Tuesday 4/30/13 |   |

The Pet Shop Boys announce a fall excursion in support of the group’s new album, Electric. Launching the tour in Miami, destinations include Atlanta, New York City, Toronto, Seattle, Los Angeles and Chicago.

Scheduled to drop July 15 on the Pet Shop Boys’ own x2 label, Electric includes eight new tunes along with a cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “The Last To Die.”  A teaser video for the album that included the opening track, “Axis” emerged online in March and is now available in full.

The Pet Shop Boys’ “Electric” tour is created in collaboration with creative director/designer Es Devlin and stage director/choreographer Lynne Page.  If you can’t wait for the Pet Shop Boys to land on these shores in September, you can catch the group playing festival gigs and headline shows in Europe  during the summer.  In August the Pet Shop Boys head to Japan for the Summer Sonic and Sonic Mania festivals.

Here’s the North American schedule:

Sept. 12 – Miami Beach, Fla., Fillmore Miami Beach At Jackie Gleason Theater
Sept. 13 – Saint Petersburg, Fla., Mahaffey Theater
Sept. 14 – Atlanta, Ga., Symphony Hall – Woodruff Arts Ctr.
Sept. 16 – New York, N.Y, Beacon Theatre
Sept. 17 – New York, N.Y, Beacon Theatre
Sept. 19 – North Bethesda, Md., Music Center At Strathmore
Sept. 21 – Boston, Mass. House Of Blues Boston
Sept. 22 – Philadelphia, Pa., Mann Center For The Performing Arts
Sept. 24 – Montreal, Quebec, Olympia de Montreal
Sept. 25 – Toronto, Ontario, Sony Centre For The Performing Arts
Sept. 27 – Windsor, Ontario, Caesars Windsor "The Colosseum"
Sept. 28 – Chicago, Ill., Auditorium Theatre
Oct. 2 – Seattle, Wash., Paramount Theatre
Oct. 3 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Oct. 4 – Portland, Ore., Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Oct. 5 – Oakland, Calif., Fox Theater
Oct. 8 – San Diego, Calif., Copley Symphony Hall
Oct. 11 – Las Vegas, Nev., The Joint @ Hard Rock Hotel / Casino
Oct. 12 – Los Angeles, Calif., Shrine Auditorium & Expo Center

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    All England Lawn Tenns Club at Wimbledon, London, UK
    July 28, 2012

    (AP Photo)

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A special pre-sale is available now.  VIP packages go on sale May 1 and general onsales launch May 3.  Visit the Pet Shop Boys’ website for more information.


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