Depeche Mode Announce 2017 Tour to Support New Album

English electronic giants Depeche Mode have announced a 2017 world tour to support their upcoming album Spirit, which will be released early next year. Global Spirit Tour kicks off in Stockholm, Sweden on May 5, 2017 and will bring their intense, emotive shows to 32 cities in 21 European countries, ending on July 23. After the European leg of the tour, the band will be visiting North and South America.

This is Depeche Mode’s 18th tour and the first time they will have played live in three years. Additionally, Spirit is the musical pioneers’ 14th studio album and the long-awaited follow-up to 2013’s Delta Machine.

Here are the tour dates for the European portion next summer:

May 5 — Stockholm, Sweden — Friends Arena

May 7 — Amsterdam, Netherlands — Ziggo Dome

May 9 — Antwerp, Belgium — Sportpaleis

May 12 — Nice, France — Stade Charles-Ehrmann

May 14 — Ljubljana, Slovenia — Dvorana Stožice

May 17 — Athens, Greece — Terra Vibe Park

May 20 — Bratislava, Slovakia — Štadión Pasienky

May 22 — Budapest, Hungary — Groupama Aréna

May 24 — Prague, Czech Republic — Eden Aréna

May 27 — Leipzig, Germany — Festwiese

May 29 — Lille, France — Stade Pierre-Mauroy

May 31 — Copenhagen, Denmark — Telia Parken

June 3 — London, United Kingdom — London Stadium

June 5 — Cologne, Germany — RheinEnergieStadion

June 9 — Munich, Germany — Olympiastadion

June 11 — Hannover, Germany — HDI Arena

June 18 — Zurich, Switzerland — Letzigrund Stadion

June 20 — Frankfurt, Germany — Commerzbank-Arena

June 22 — Berlin, Germany — Olympiastadion

June 25 — Rome, Italy — Stadio Olimpico

June 27 — Milan, Italy — Stadio San Siro

June 29 — Bologna, Italy — Stadio Rentao Dall’Ara

July 1 — Paris, France — Stade de France

July 4 — Gelsenkirchen, Germany — Veltins-Arena

July 6 — Bilbao, Spain — BBK Live Festival

July 8 — Lisbon, Portugal — NOS Alive Festival

July 13 — St. Petersburg, Russia — SKK

July 15 — Moscow, Russia — Otkritie Arena

July 17 — Minsk, Belarus — Minsk-Arena

July 19 — Kiev, Ukraine — Olimpiyskiy National Sports Complex

July 21 — Warsaw, Poland — PGE Narodowy

July 23 — Cluj-Napoca, Romania — Cluj Arena

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