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Depeche Mode have announced the dates of their world tour for their upcoming singles best-of...

Depeche Mode have announced their world tour, to coincide with the release of their new singles compilation, ‘The Single ’86-’98’, out through Mute on October 5.

The tour kicks off in eastern Europe with shows at Warm-up shows Tallinn Estonia Song Festival Grounds (September 2), Riga Latvia Jurmala Tennis Hall (3), Moscow, Olympiski (5) St. Petersburg SKK Arena (7)

The band then start their European tour, as follows: Helsinki Hartwell (9), Copenhagen Valby Multi-Hall (11), Gothenburg, Scandanavium (12), Stockholm Globe (13), Prague Sports Hall (15), Vienna Stadthalle (16) Berlin Waldbuhne (18 & 19), Erfurt Messehalle (20), Brussels Forest National (22) Stuttgart Schleyerhalle (23), Zurich Hallenstadion (25), Bologna Palasport (26), Milan Forum (27), London Wembley Arena (29 & 30), Manchester Nynex ( October 2), Birmingham NEC (3), Cologne Arena (5 & 6), Paris Bercy (7), Hannover Messhalle (9), Leipzig Messhalle (10), Frankfurt Festhalle (11), Munich Olympiahalle (13), Zaragoza Sportshall (15), Barcelona Sant Jordi (16), and San Sabastian Velodromo (17),

Depeche Mode will then carry on to North America. The Americas leg kicks off at the Worcester Massacheusetts Centrum (October 27), New York, Madison Square Garden (28), Philadelphia, Spectrum (31), Toronto, Skydome (5), Montreal Molson Center (6), Cleveland, Gund Arena (8), Detroit The Palace (9), Miami Arena (13) Orlando Arena (14) Tampa Florida Ice Palace (15), Houston Compaq Center (18), Dallas Reunion Arena (19), San Antonio Texas Alamodome (20), Chicago Rosemont (24), Denver McNichols Arena (29), Salt Lake City, Delta Center (December 1), Vancouver PNE Coliseum (4), Portland Oregon Rosegarden (6) Seattle Key Arena (7), Sacramento Arco Arena (9), Oakland California Coliseum (11), Phoenix America West Arena (14), San Diego Cox Arena (15) and Inglewood California Forum (18).