As we told you a couple of weeks ago here, tomorrow in Paris there will be a press conference at which Depeche Mode will provide details about their new studio album and present their new world tour. Nevertheless, the dates of the European section of the tour have already been leaked. The tour will kick off on 7th May in Tel Aviv’s Hayarkon Park and then it will go to European cities such as Paris, Rome, Moscow, Munich, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Berlin, Leipzig, Hamburg, Berne, Bilbao, Milan, Prague, Athens, Istanbul, Zagreb, Belgrade, Budapest and Warsaw. The calendar is here below these lines.
The Depeche Mode press conference will start at 1:30 pm and can be seen live from anywhere in the world on their website.
07/05 Tel Aviv, Israel - Hayarkon Park 10/05 Athens, Greece - Terra Vibe 12/05 Sofia, Bulgaria - Georgi Asparuhov Stadium 15/05 Bucharest, Romania - National Stadium 17/05 Istanbul, Turkey - Kucukciftlik Park 19/05 Belgrade, Serbia - Usce Park 21/05 Budapest, Hungary – Puskas Ferenc Stadium 23/05 Zagreb, Republic of Croatia - Hippodrome 25/05 Bratislava, Slovakia – Inter Stadium 28/05 London, England – O2 Arena 01/06 Munich, Germany – Olympic Stadium 03/06 Stuttgart, Germany – Mercedes-Benz Arena 05/06 Frankfurt, Germany – Commerzbank Arena 07/06 Berne, Switzerland - Stade De Suisse 09/06 Berlin, Germany – Olympic Stadium 11/06 Leipzig, Germany – Red Bull Arena 13/06 Copenhagen, Denmark - Parken 15/06 Paris, France – Stade De France 17/06 Hamburg, Germany – Imtech Arena 22/06 Moscow, Russia – Locomotive Stadium 24/06 St. Petersburg, Russia – SKK Arena 27/06 Borlange, Sweden - Peace & Love Festival 29/06 Kiev, Ukraine – Olympic Stadium 03/07 Dusseldorf, Germany – Esprit Arena 07/07 Werchter, Belgium – Rock Werchter Festival 11/07 Bilbao, Spain – BBK Festival 13/07 Lisbon, Portugal – Optimus Alive Festival 16/07 Nimes, France – Antic Arina 18/07 Milan, Italy – San Siro Stadium 20/07 Rome, Italy – Olympic Stadium 23/07 Prague, Czech Republic – Olympic Stadium 25/07 Warsaw, Poland – National Stadium 27/07 Vilnius, Lithuania – Vingis Park 29/07 Minsk, Belarus – Minsk Arena