Setlist, Video — March 24, 2023 at 7:43 am

Depeche Mode pays tribute to Andy Fletcher at “Memento Mori” tour opener — setlist, video

Depeche Mode in Sacramento, Calif. — March 23, 2023 | via YouTube

Depeche Mode opened its massive tour in support of new album Memento Mori in Sacramento, California, on Thursday night, performing a 23-song setlist that included five tracks off the new record, a song not aired in more than a decade — and a fitting tribute to the departed Andy Fletcher.

Dave Gahan and Martin Gore opened the set — you can see full setlist and video from the show below — with the first two songs off Memento Mori (“My Cosmos Is Mine,” “Wagging Tongue”) before segueing into a run of ’90s-era songs (“It’s No Good,” “Walking In My Shoes,” “Sister of Night,” “In Your Room”).

The show, as is customary for DM, didn’t stray too far back into the early ’80s, only including a couple pre-Black Celebration songs (“Just Can’t Get Enough,” “Everything Counts”)..

The traditional two-song interlude by Gore featured the first performance of “A Question of Lust” since 2017 — and first full-band performance since 2013 — plus the debut of “Soul With Me” off Memento Mori, which is released today. During the encore, Gahan and Gore teamed up to duet Violator standout “Waiting For the Night,” the first time that song has been performed by Depeche Mode since 2009.

And, fittingly, the two surviving members of Depeche Mode paid tribute to Fletcher, who died of an aortic dissection last year, with “World in My Eyes.” During the song, giant photos of Fletcher were projected on the screen behind the group. “Our friend, Andrew Fletcher,” Gahan said at the song’s conclusion.

The tour continues Saturday night in San Jose, California, the second of 10 North American dates before the group heads to Europe for a lengthy run of shows through August. A second, longer North American leg picks up in September and runs through December, ending with four nights in Los Angeles.

Below, check out the full setlist, a bunch of video — and the rest of Depeche Mode’s tour dates.


Setlist: Depeche Mode, Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, CA — March 23, 2023

1. “My Cosmos Is Mine”
2. “Wagging Tongue”
3. “Walking in My Shoes”
4. “It’s No Good”
5. “Sister of Night”
6. “In Your Room”
7. “Everything Counts”
8. “Precious”
9. “Speak To Me”
10. “A Question of Lust”
11. “Soul With Me”
12. “Ghosts Again”
13. “I Feel You”
14. “A Pain That I’m Used To”
15. “World in My Eyes”
16. “Wrong”
17. “Stripped”
18. “John the Revelator”
19. “Enjoy the Silence”

20. “Waiting for the Night”
21. “Just Can’t Get Enough”
22. “Never Let Me Down Again”
23. “Personal Jesus”



















Depeche Mode “Memento Mori” World Tour 2023

March 23: Sacramento, CA – Golden 1 Center
March 25: San Jose, CA – SAP Center
March 28: Los Angeles, CA – Kia Forum
March 30: Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena
April 2: San Antonio, TX – AT&T Center
April 5: Chicago, IL – United Center
April 7: Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena
April 9: Quebec City, QC – Videotron Centre
April 12: Montreal, QC – Centre Bell
April 14: New York, NY – Madison Square Garden

May 16: Amsterdam, NL – Ziggo Dome
May 20: Antwerp, BE – Sportpaleis Antwerpen
May 23: Stockholm, SE – Friends Arena
May 26: Leipzig, DE – Leipziger Festwiese
May 28: Bratislava, SK – Národný Futbalový Štadión
May 31: Bordeaux, FR – Matmut Atlantique
June 2::Barcelona, ES – Primavera Sound Festival
June 4: Dusseldorf, DE – Merkur Spiel-Arena
June 6: Dusseldorf, DE – Merkur Spiel-Arena
June 9: Madrid, ES – Primavera Sound Festival
June 11: Bern, CH – Stadion Wankdorf
June 14: Dublin, IE – Malahide Castle
June 17: London, UK – Twickenham Stadium
June 20: Munich, DE – Olympiastadion
June 22: Lille, FR – Stade Pierre Mauroy
June 24: Paris, FR – Stade de France
June 27: Copenhagen, DK – Parken
June 29: Frankfurt, DE – Deutsche Bank Park
July 4: Lyon, FR – Groupama Stadium
July 7: Berlin, DE – Olympiastadion
July 12: Rome, IT – Stadio Olympico
July 14: Milan, IT – San Siro
July 16: Bologna, IT – Stadio Renato Dall’Ara
July 21: Klagenfurt, AT – Wörthersee Stadion
July 23: Zagreb, HR – Arena Zagreb
July 26: Bucharest, RO – Arena Națională
July 28: Budapest, HU – Puskás Aréna
July 30: Prague, CZ – Letňany Airport
Aug. 2: Warsaw, PL – PGE Narodowy
Aug. 6: Tallinn, EE – Tallinna Lauluväljak
Aug. 8: Helsinki, FI – Kaisaniemen Puisto
Aug. 11: Oslo, NO – Telenor Arena

Sept. 21: Mexico City, MX – Foro Sol
Sept. 23: Mexico City, MX – Foro Sol
Sept. 29: Austin, TX – Moody Center
Oct. 1: Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center
Oct. 4: Houston, TX – Toyota Center
Oct. 7: New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center
Oct. 10: Orlando, FL – Amway Center
Oct. 12: Miami, FL – Miami-Dade Arena
Oct. 15: Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena,
Oct. 19: Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena
Oct. 21: Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center
Oct. 23: Washington, D.C. – Capital One Arena
Oct. 25: Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center
Oct. 28: New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
Oct. 31: Boston, MA – TD Garden
Nov. 3: Montreal, QC – Centre Bell
Nov. 5: Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena
Nov. 8: Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena
Nov. 10: Cleveland, OH – Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
Nov. 13: Chicago, IL – United Center
Nov. 16: Denver, CO – Ball Arena
Nov. 18: Salt Lake City, UT – Vivint Arena
Nov. 21: Edmonton, AB – Rogers Place
Nov. 24: Vancouver, BC – Rogers Arena
Nov. 26: Seattle, WA – Climate Pledge Arena
Nov. 28: Portland, OR – MODA Center
Dec. 1: Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena
Dec. 3: San Francisco, CA – Chase Center
Dec. 6: San Diego, CA – Pechanga Arena
Dec. 8: San Diego, CA – Pechanga Arena
Dec. 10: Los Angeles, CA – Kia Forum
Dec. 12: Los Angeles, CA – Kia Forum
Dec. 15: Los Angeles, CA – Arena
Dec. 17: Los Angeles, CA – Arena






  1. It was a fantastic show! Of course, the crowd was going nuts, but Dave and Martin seemed so energized from the get-go and never let up. That’s Dave in general, but this felt like another level. Honestly, I was a tad apprehensive about how things might go being the opening date and the first full show after Andy’s passing, but they were in stellar form from the start. Great setlist, including having “Walking in My Shoes” early on versus as an encore like before. And I thought the tribute to Andy was perfect. We knew that was coming, but I didn’t think it would be “World in My Eyes.” Dave facing the images of Andy at the end of the song was very moving. I hope to catch another show on the second NA leg, as this tour already feels like something very special.

  2. Thanks for posting these videos Matt. Been looking forward to tonight’s show in San Jose for months and then yesterday I test positive for fucking covid, ugh. At least they’re coming back around to San Francisco in December.

  3. Wish the so called leaked set list was the real set list. We would have gotten nothing useless but not tonight flys on the wind screen The set list is currently very similar to the last tour for the non new album songs

  4. A lot of us donated a lung to attend; I wish the sound was better, and they played more pre 1990. The merch was insanely expensive!

    There is no bad DM concert. Its a magical experience, but the ticket master price fiasco, so so set list, bad sound, and ridiculous merch pricing left us a bit sour.

    Prior tours, they threw us a Bone. Like But Not Tonight on piano with Martin, Photogenic, some awesome acoustic sets with Martin. Some classics pre 90. There was only 4 songs before Violator.
    The band needs to bring back Behind The Wheel, maybe Rote 66 to follow? That was the best in 1990! Play Shake The Disease, again…

    Kudos for leaving out lack luster Exciter, Delta Machine, or Spirit music that puts me to sleep.

    They played World in My Eyes in dedication to Andy Fletcher because it was his favorite song. ❤️

  5. Delta Mode

    Memento Mori has debuted at No.14 on US Billboard, 36k…ouch.

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