Pet Shop Boys U.S. Tour Kicks Off This November


Pet Shop Boys U.S. Tour Kicks Off This November

When the Pet Shop Boys released the stately and reflective “Elysium” in 2012, there was no reason to expect the U.K. duo would unleash something as vivacious as “Super” in 2016. But here we are, 35 years after the act formed and 30 years after they released their debut “Please” that featured such hits as “West End Girls,” “Opportunities (Let’s Make Lots of Money)” and “Love Comes Quickly.” And even though vocalist Neil Tennant is now 61 and instrumentalist Chris Lowe is 56, the two are stomping the dancefloor like a couple of millennials, and they are all set to rock the dance-floor in the US, in person!!

Following four sold-out performances at London’s historic Royal Opera House as part of their “Super” tour, the eternally-youthful Pet Shop Boys start the U.S. leg of their “Super” worldwide tour October 21 at The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. For this “Super” tour, Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe will unveil new tracks from their “Super” album released earlier this year, as well as provide fans with a reminder of their vital electro-pop catalog with hits “West End Girls,” “Suburbia,” “It’s a Sin” and more.

“Super” entered the official U.K. Album Charts at #3 marking the duo’s sixteenth U.K. Top 10 album to date. The first single “The Pop Kids” reached #1 on Billboard’s U.S. Dance Club Charts. The album was written in London and Berlin and features 12 new Tennant/Lowe compositions.

October 21-Las Vegas, NV-The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
October 22-Salt Lake City, UT-The Complex
October 24-Vancouver, BC-Queen Elizabeth Theatre
October 25-Portland, OR-Keller Auditorium
October 27-28-Oakland, CA-Fox Theater
October 29-Los Angeles, CA-Microsoft Theater
November 1-Austin, TX-Long Center for the Performing Arts
November 2-Houston, TX-White Oak Music Hall
November 4-Nashville, TN-Andrew Jackson Hall at Tennessee Performing Arts Center
November 5-Chicago, IL-Civic Opera House
November 6-Toronto, ON-Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
November 9-Boston, MA-Orpheum Theatre
November 10-Morristown, NJ-Mayo Performing Arts Center
November 11-Washington, DC-Warner Theatre
November 12-New York, NY-The Theater at Madison Square Garden
November 14-Atlanta, GA-Symphony Hall
November 15-Saint Petersburg, FL-Mahaffey Theater
November 16-Miami Beach, FL-Fillmore Miami Beach at The Jackie Gleason Center
November 19-Mexico City, MX-Corona Capital Festival
November 26-Leipzig, Germany-Arena Leipzig
November 27-Cologne, Germany-Palladium Köln
November 28-Tilburg, Netherlands-Poppodium 013
November 30-Hamburg, Germany-Mehr! Theater am Großmarkt
December 1-Berlin, Germany-Tempodrom
December 2-Frankfurt am Main, Germany-Jahrhundertehalle Frankfurt
December 4 -Copenhagen, Denmark-Copenhagen Opera House
December 5-Copenhagen, Denmark-Copenhagen Opera House
December 8-Moscow, Russia-VTB Park Legend Arena
February 18-Leeds, UK-First Direct Arena
February 19-Manchester, U.K.-Manchester Arena,
February 21-Glasgow, U.K.-Clyde Auditorium,
February 22-Edinburgh, U.K.-Playhouse Theatre,
February 24-Birmingham, U.K.-Barclaycard Arena
February 26-Bournemouth, U.K.- Bournemouth International Centre
February 28-Paris, France-Olympia

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