Depeche Mode to bring Global Spirit Tour back to North America for more dates this spring

Depeche Mode announced today plans to follow up last fall’s lengthy stateside tour with a new run of nine North American dates in late May and early June, a series of concerts that will see the band play New York City, Chicago, Boston and more.

The leg opens May 22 in Anaheim, Calif., and runs through a Toronto concert on June 11. A special fan pre-sale begins Monday, and fans are encourage to pre-register at

Depeche Mode currently is on tour in Europe, and will head to South America in March.

See full dates below.


Depeche Mode North American tour dates:

May 22: Honda Center, Anaheim, CA
May 24: Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, CA
May 27: AT&T Center, San Antonio, TX
May 29: BoK Center, Tulsa, OK
June 1: United Center, Chicago, IL
June 3: Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA
June 6: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
June 9: TD Garden, Boston, MA
June 11: Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON







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  • HalloweenJack

    Hopefully a change in the setlist!
    It’s all been quite dull after “Touring the Angel”.
    I would pay a full ticket price just to hear “Puppets”, “People Are People”, “Told You So”, “Martyr” live.

    • Jazzmaster

      Set list has gotten very weird over the course of the tour. Last few shows they have played five songs from Ultra! Go figure.

    • Jason

      I think there are really only a few pre-1986 songs that you could possibly expect to hear them play live: “Everything Counts”, “Somebody”, “Shake the Disease” and “Just Can’t Get Enough” (the last of which I’m not a huge fan of). Maybe if we’re lucky “Fly on the Windscreen” or “Master and Servant” could get resurrected at some point?

  • Gern Blanston

    I was really bummed to realize how BORED I was during their stop in Denver last year. By the time they played “Heroes”, I was halfway to the door. I was also a bit embarrassed by Dave trying to recreate the Rose Bowl/101 call and response participation during “Everything Counts”. No one was having it.

    • Looper

      Sounds like you had a boring fucking crowd. I saw them in Europe last year and the same situation had the crowd going nuts.

  • Willard

    Well, there are plenty I’d like to hear, that’s for sure. Black Celebration, Here is the House, any number of tracks from Some Great Reward.

    Ultimately, I agree that unless it’s a totally revamped set list then they’re just missing an opportunity.

    Sad Montreal didn’t make this leg!

  • Robey

    The show I saw in the outskirts of Houston, Texas was incredible. The call and response was on point. The entire crowd of 15000 plus was singing along to “everything counts”. Also the crowd was standing I believe for the entire 2.5 hrs of the show. It was incredible. Also I was overjoyed to hear songs from Ultra. There was a atime that Gahan did not sing a lot of those songs because that period was a rough period of his addiction past. “Barrel of a gun” is my fav on that album and he song it well. He is a true front man. Also for the Gore fans there is a brief interlude of him singing about 3 songs by himself. If you have not seen this tour yet please go.

  • Nortley

    Would love to hear Some Great Reward and Music For The Masses in their entirety.



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