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We “just can’t get enough” of Depeche Mode.

Thankfully, after a five-year hiatus from touring, the English synth-pop veterans are returning to the road for ten concerts on the North American leg of their stadium “Memento Mori Tour.”

That includes their final U.S. stop at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on April 14.

The tour, which shares a name with Depeche Mode’s upcoming new album, is also the group’s first after two monumental events for them— their 2020 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the untimely passing of keyboardist Andy “Fletch” Fletcher.

And although they aren’t going to replace Fletch, they will soldier on.

“The one thing I can do is make music with Martin (Gore),” frontman Dave Gahan told NME. He continued, “…hopefully that brings people together.”

So, if you need to “reach out and touch space,” follow our lead. We’ve got everything you need to know about the tour below.

Depeche Mode 2023 tour schedule

A complete calendar featuring all upcoming U.S. tour dates, venues, show start times and the lowest prices on tickets for each concert before fees can be found below.

Depeche Mode
tour datePrices
start atMarch 23 at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, CA$98March 25 at the SAP Center in San Jose, CA$174March 28 at the Kia Forum in Inglewood, CA$301March 30 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV$193April 2 at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, TX$218April 5 at the United Center in Chicago, IL$104April 7 at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, ON, CA$96 USDApril 9 at the Videotron Centre in Quebec City, QC, CA$50 USDApril 12 at the Bell Centre in Montreal, QC, CA$77 USDApril 14 at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY$274

(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)

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Depeche Mode new music

2023’s “Memento Mori” album is the group’s first since 2017’s “Spirit.”

In 2020, Gahan and Gore began writing music remotely for the upcoming record, and a lot of the material they penned reflected the dour feeling of the time— the album’s title translates to the heavy axiom “remember you must die.”

Their collaborative style was also a product of the quarantine era.

The two would send song ideas back and forth. In an interview with Billboard, Gore shared, “I played guitar and sort of sang on my iPhone,” and Gahan “sent it back with his angelic voice.”

At the time of publication, the group is yet to release any music from “Memento Mori.”

Huge rock tours in 2023

A handful of major rockers are slated to go hard next year, hitting arenas and stadiums all over the U.S.

Here are five of our favorite can’t-miss acts you have to see to believe that just might be stopping into a city near you in the coming months.

• Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

• Metallica

• Red Hot Chili Peppers

• Muse

• Arctic Monkeys

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