Depeche Mode has just announced a 2023 world tour, with one date in the UK, and you don’t have to wait long to get tickets.
The English electronic music duo will be performing at London’s Twickenham Stadium on June 17, the home of England Rugby.
They announced the tour on Instagram on Tuesday (Oct 4), writing: “The Depeche Mode: Memento Mori World Tour. Starting March 23, 2023.”
The tour runs from March to August and Dave Gahan and Martin Gore are playing in cities across America and Europe.
Read on to find out how to get tickets…
How to get Depeche Mode London 2023 tickets
General sale tickets for the London concert at Twickenham stadium go on sale on Friday, October 7 2022 at 10am local time on Live Nation.
There is also a presale on the site the day before. Live Nation presale tickets go on sale on October 6 2022 at 10am.
To buy them, you need to register for presale access. You can do that by entering your name, postcode and email address here.
Then, head to the London ticket page at 10am on October 6 whilst logged into your Live Nation to buy presale tickets.
Ticket information for other dates
For information on how to get tickets for the other European and American dates, you should head to the official Depeche Mode website.
There, you will see the full list of tour dates with dates of when tickets go on sale for each location. Pricing will vary by city.
If you click on the ‘get tickets’ tab, you will be taken to the relevant website where you will be able to buy tickets.
See all the 2023 World Tour Dates
- March 23: 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 Centre
- April 12: Montreal, QC Centre Bell
- April 14: New York, NY Madison Square Garden
- May 16: Amsterdam, NL Ziggo Dome
- May 20: Antwerp, BE Sportpaleis Antwerpen
- May 23: Stockholm, SE Friends Arena
- May 26: Leipzig, DE Leipziger Festwiese
- May 28: Bratislava, SK Národný Futbalový Štadión
- May 31: Bordeaux, FR Matmut Atlantique
- June 2: Barcelona, ES Primavera Sound Festival
- June 4: Dusseldorf, DE Merkur Spiel-Arena
- June 6: Dusseldorf, DE Merkur Spiel-Arena
- June 9: Madrid, ES Primavera Sound Festival
- June 11: Bern, CH Stadion Wankdorf
- June 14: Dublin, IE Malahide Castle
- June 17: London, UK Twickenham Stadium
- June 20: Munich, DE Olympiastadion
- June 22: Lille, FR Stade Pierre Mauroy
- June 24: Paris, FR Stade de France
- June 27: Copenhagen, DK Parken
- June 29: Frankfurt, DE Deutsche Bank Park
- July 4: Lyon, FR Groupama Stadium
- July 7: Berlin, DE Olympiastadion
- July 12: Rome, IT Stadio Olympico
- July 14: Milan, IT San Siro
- July 16: Bologna, IT Stadio Renato Dall’Ara
- July 21: Klagenfurt, AT Wörthersee Stadion
- July 23: Zagreb, HR Arena Zagreb
- July 26: Bucharest, RO Arena Națională
- July 28: Budapest, HU Puskás Aréna
- July 30: Prague, CZ Letňany Airport
- August 2: Warsaw, PL PGE Narodowy
- August 6: Tallinn, EE Tallinna Lauluväljak
- August 8: Helsinki, FI Kaisaniemen Puisto
- August 11: Oslo, NO Telenor Arena