Depeche Mode will return to Portugal in March 2024 as part of their world tour

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Depeche Mode will perform on March 19, 2024, at the Altice Arena, in Lisbon, in a concert integrated in the European tour of the “Memento Mori Tour”, informed today the promoter.

The British band confirmed today shows for 29 more dates in Europe, including the one in the Portuguese capital, in addition to the stadium and arena shows scheduled for this summer and next fall in Europe, Mexico, Canada, and the United States.

Depeche Mode released in March “Memento Mori”, the electronic music group’s 15th studio project.

As with “Spirit” (2017), “Memento Mori” features production by James Ford, who has collaborated with groups like Arctic Monkeys and Florence + The Machine.

The new tour dates start on January 22, 2024 at the O2 Arena in London, UK, to be followed by a series of concerts ending on April 5 at the Lanxess Arena in Cologne, Germany.

With more than 110 dates, and over two million tickets already sold, the “Memento Mori Tour” “threatens to become one of the band’s biggest to date and marks the group’s first tour since the death of keyboardist and bassist, Andy Fletcher, in May 2022 at the age of 60,” writes promoter Everything is New.

The last time Depeche Mode performed in Portugal was in 2017, as part of the Alive festival that year:

Tickets go on sale on Friday and prices range from 55 euros to 90 euros.

Depeche Mode have sold over 100 million records, an audience of over 35 million fans worldwide, and continue to be “an evolving and influential musical force,” writes the Portuguese promoter.

On the “Memento Mori Tour,” Depeche Mode has once again partnered with Swiss luxury watch brand Hublot to support the band’s charitable efforts.

Throughout the tour, Hublot and Depeche Mode will be supporting Conservation Collective, a global network of foundations promoting grassroots environmental initiatives, targeting projects aimed at combating plastic pollution, waste management and cleaning up the environment.

The British band will also collaborate with Live Nation’s Green Nation team to reduce the use of disposable plastics, improve recycling, and reduce food and other material waste during the tour and at concert venues, the promoter’s note adds.

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