Tickets for Depeche Mode in San Diego are almost sold out. General sale begins tomorrow!

This concert is one of the last ones which will take place at Pechanga Arena, as it will be demolished

British electronic rock band Depeche Mode will perform in San Diego one single concert at Pechanga Arena on December 6, 2023.

Though there are still a few months to go before this epic concert, tickets are almost sold out because a few days ago, the fan-exclusive ticket sale began.

General ticket sales for the public at large will be available on Friday, February 24 at 10 AM.

Celebrating more than 3 decades in the music business and more than 100 million albums sold, Depeche Mode announced in October 2022, the Memento Mori Tour where they will promote their newest album and pay tribute to Andrew Fletcher who died last year.

Hits such as Enjoy the Silence, Strangelove, Everything Counts, Personal Jesus, Policy of Truth, Just Can’t Get Enough, and Never Let Me Down Again (song which was recently used in the popular HBO show, The Last Of Us) will be part of their setlist.

It should be noted that this international tour will be quite huge as there will be 75 concerts.

The band will perform in Mexico City, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands, the United States, Ireland, Canada, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom, among others.

Event is open for all ages. Gates will open at 6:30 PM.

Prices range from 154 to 244 dollars and you can buy them at AXS Events.

It should be noted that Pechanga Arena, known before as Sports Arena, where this Depeche Mode concert will take place, is a 56-year-old building that will be demolished next year. This 50-acre plot of land, part of the Midway neighborhood, will be refurbished and there are still ideas on whether a new arena will be built or, most probably, if it will be used for new housing units.

In 2023, several events will take place here such as: Disney On Ice, a new concert by Muse, the 90s Pop Tour, Ricardo Arjona with his Blanco y Negro Tour, a performance by Carlos Rivera, and the awaited return of Blink-182.

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