Pet Shop Boys for 'Pandemonium' North American dates

Tour kicks off in Montreal on August 29

Pet Shop Boys for 'Pandemonium' North American dates
Pet Shop Boys have announced a tour of North America, set to kick off in Montreal on August 29.

The duo are hitting the road to support their tenth album ‘Yes’, their highest-charting full-length since 1993’s ‘Very’.

The 'Pandemonium' tour will reportedly include Pet Shop Boys' greatest hits as well as material from the new album.

The dates are:

Montreal Metropolis (August 29)
New York, NY Hammerstein (September 1)
New York, NY Hammerstein (2)
Washington, DC Constitution Hall (3)
Boston, MA House of Blues (5)
Atlantic City, NJ House of Blues (6)
Miami, FL Fillmore (9)
Tampa, FL Tampa Bay PAC (10)
Orlando, FL House of Blues (11)
Atlanta, GA Chastain (12)
Chicago, IL Chicago Theater (14)
Milwaukee, WI Pabst Ballroom (15)
Vancouver, BC Vancouver Centre of Performing Arts (19)
Seattle, WA Moore (20)
San Francisco, CA Warfield (22)
San Francisco, CA Warfield (23)
Los Angeles, CA Greek (24)
Las Vegas, NV Joint (26)

--By our New York staff.
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