Touring

Touring

 
 
 
 
TV appearances and concert tours.

  First Ever Gig
  [5 Jul 1984] concert appearance

  [The first gig of the Pet Shop Boys in the Casino Ostende (Belgium). They
   performed "West End girls".]

  Mirano Club
  [14 Sep 1984] concert appearance

  [The second appearance in the Mirano Club in Brussels (Belgium). Setlist:
   "One more chance" / "Opportunities" / "West End girls".]

  Barbarella's Club
  [15 Sep 1984] concert appearance

  [One day later in the Barbarella's Club in Charleroi (Belgium) with the same
   Setlist as in the Mirano Club, Brussels.]

  The First Proper Live Gig
  [24 Sep 1984] concert appearance

  [Performed live to backing tapes "One more chance" / "I get excited" /
   "Opportunities" / "Later tonight" / "West End girls" / "Rent" at the
   Fridge Club in Brixton (London) for many of their friends.]

  The Alternative Top Of The Pops (Camden Palace, London)
  [16 Jul 1985] concert appearance

  [Performed live to backing tapes "In the night" and a medley of
   "Opportunities".]

  Max Headroom Patronises The Arts (ICA, London)
  [6 Aug 1985] concert appearance

  [Performed live with Blue Weaver on keyboards the following tracks:
   "I want a lover" / "Opportunities" / "West End girls". Chris was playing
   trombone on I want a lover. After the gig they were interviewed by Max
   Headroom on a screen.]

  The Emptiest Audience
  [28 Sep 1985] concert appearance

  [In the Astoria in London. Setlist: "Why don't we live together?" and "West
   End girls".]

  Heaven Nightclub
  [20/21 Nov 1985] concert appearance

  [With the Astoria setlist at Heaven in London in front of 16 video screens
   showing a scratch video by Sophie Muller, with the Opportunities and West
   End girls videos put together.]

  Whistle Test
  [29 Apr 1986] concert appearance

  [Live in the studio at White City, London for BBC TV's Whistle Test. Songs
   played: "Opportunities" and "Later tonight".]

  MTV Awards
  [5 Sep 1986] concert appearance

  [Live vocals over backing tapes with Ava Cherry on backing vocals performed
   "Love comes quickly" and "West End girls" at the Universal Amphitheatre
   Los Angeles.]

  Before The Act
  [5 Jun 1988] concert appearance

  [Live at the London Piccadilly Theatre with "One more chance" and "It's a
   sin".]

  MCMLXXXIX Tour (promoting Behaviour)
  [Summer 1989] concert tour

  [1989]
 29/30 Jun: Colliseum, Hong Kong

   4-6 Jul: Budokan, Tokyo, Japan
    08 Jul: Castle Hall, Osaka, Japan
    09 Jul: Rainbow Hall, Nagoya, Japan
 13-15 Jul: N.E.C., Birmingham, United Kingdom
    17 Jul: S.E.C.C., Glasgow, United Kingdom
 19-21 Jul: Wembley Arena, London, United Kingdom

  [The first tour, a lavish theatrical spectacle is directed by film-maker Derek
   Jarman. He has specially shot several films to be back-projected, there are
   extravagant costumes and the cast includes six dancers (Casper, Cooley, Hugo
   Huizar, Tracey Langran, Jill Robertson and Robia LaMorte), four singers
   (Mike Henry, Jay Henry, Carroll Thompson and Juliet Roberts), an extra keyboard
   player (Dominic Clarke) and a percussionist (Danny Cummings).]
  [The setlist is always the same: One more chance / Opportunities (Let's make
   lots of money) / Left to my own devices / Rent / Heart / Paninaro / Love comes
   quickly / Later tonight / Nothing has been proved / The sound of the atom
   splitting / It's a sin / Shopping / Domino dancing / Occupy your mind / Kings
   Cross / Always on my mind / [encore:] / West End girls / It's alright.]

  Electronic
  [4/5 Aug 1990] concert appearance

  [Two dates with Electronic at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. PSB performed
   on "The Patience Of A Saint" and "Getting Away With It".]

  The Arsenio Hall Show
  [5 Nov 1990] concert appearance

  [With Dominik Clarke on keyboards at the Paramount Studios in Los Angeles
   performing "West End girls" and "So hard".]

  First Ever Live Performance in America
  [6 Nov 1990] concert appearance (Mayan Club, Los Angeles)

  [One day later with Dominik again plus two backing singers and two dancers.
   Setlist: "Left to my own devices" / "It's a sin" / "So hard" / "Paninaro" /
   "Opportunities" / "Occupy your mind" / "West End girls" / "Always on my
   mind".]

  Performance Tour (promoting Behaviour)
  [Spring 1991] concert tour

  [1991]
    11 Mar: Yoyogi Olympic Pool, Tokyo, Japan
    12 Mar: Castle Hall, Osaka, Japan
    14 Mar: Yokohama Gym, Yokohama, Japan
    15 Mar: Budokan, Tokyo, Japan
    19 Mar: Knight Centre, Miami, United States
    21 Mar: McAllister/Saenger, New Orleans, United States
    23 Mar: Southern Star Ampitheatre, Houston, United States
    27 Mar: Warfield, San Fransisco, United States
    28 Mar: Warfield, San Fransisco, United States
    29 Mar: Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, United States
    30 Mar: Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, United States
	
    01 Apr: Kingsbury Auditorium, Salt Lake City, United States
    03 Apr: Orpheum Theatre, Minneapolis, United States
    04 Apr: Rivera Theatre, Chicago, United States
    05 Apr: Clubland, Detroit, United States
    07 Apr: Constitution Hall, Washington, United States
    09 Apr: Radio City Music Hall, New York, United States
    11 Apr: Orpheum Theatre, Boston, United States
    13 Apr: Outremont/Olympia Theatre, Montreal, Canada
    14 Apr: Verdun Auditorium, Toronto, Canada
    18 Apr: Zenith, Paris, France
    19 Apr: Forest National, Brussels, Belgium
    21 Apr: Deutscheland Halle, Berlin, Germany
    22 Apr: Stadthalle 1, Bremen, Germany
    23 Apr: Westfalen Halle, Dortmund, Germany
    25 Apr: Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany
    26 Apr: Eisstadion, Mannheim, Germany
    28 Apr: Olympia Halle, Munich, Germany
    30 Apr: Eilenriede Halle, Hannover, Germany

    02 May: Valby Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark
    03 May: Scandinavium, Gothenburg, Sweden
    04 May: The Globe, Stockholm, Sweden
    06 May: Ishallen, Helsinki, Finland
    09 May: CSTV Sportshall, Prague, Czechoslovakia
    10 May: Ice Hockey Stadium, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
    11 May: Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria
    12 May: Sportshall, Budapest, Hungary
    14 May: Sportshall, Zagreb, Yugoslavia
    16 May: Hans Martin Schleyer Halle, Stuttgart, Germany
    17 May: Hallen Stadion, Zurich, Swizerland
    18 May: Palatrussardi, Milan, Italy
    21 May: Palacio De Los Deportes, Madrid, Spain
    22 May: Palau De San Jordi, Barcelona, Spain
    24 May: The Ahoy, Rotterdam, Netherlands
    2? May: Forest National, Brussels, Belgium
    27 May: Opera House, Blackpool, United Kingdom
    28 May: S.E.C., Glasgow, United Kingdom
    29 May: Exhibition Theatre, Aberdeen, United Kingdom

    01 Jun: N.E.C., Birmingham, United Kingdom
    02 Jun: N.E.C., Birmingham, United Kingdom
    03 Jun: N.E.C., Birmingham, United Kingdom
    04 Jun: Ice Rink, Whitley Bay, United Kingdom
    07 Jun: Wembley Arena, London, United Kingdom
    08 Jun: Wembley Arena, London, United Kingdom
    09 Jun: Wembley Arena, London, United Kingdom
    13 Jun: Kings Hall, Belfast, United Kingdom
    14 Jun: Point Depot, Dublin, Ireland

  [The Pet Shop Boys second tour. It is put together in conjunction with
   director David Alden and designer David Fielding, best known for their
   avant garde opera productions. There are no musicians on stage, (though
   two, guitarists J.J. Belle and keyboard player Scott Davidson, do skulk in
   the wings), just three singers (Pamela Sheyne, Derek Green and Sylvia
   Mason-James) and ten dancers (Petee Aloysius, Trevor Henry, Craig Maguire,
   Catherine Malone, Mark Martin, Leon Maurice Jones, Suki Miles, Katie
   Puckrick, Sarah Toner and Noal Wallace) choreographed by Jacob Marley.
   The setlist is as follows: The Alpine Symphony [intro] / This Must Be
   The Place I Waited Years To Leave / It's A Sin / Losing My Mind / What
   Have I Done To Deserve This? / My October Symphony / I'm Not Scared /
   We All Feel Better In The Dark / So Sorry I Said / Suburbia / So Hard /
   Opportunities (Let's Make Lots Of Money) / How Can You Expect To Be Take
   Seriously? / Rent / Where The Streets Have No Name (I Can't Take My Eyes
   Off You) / West End Girls / Jealousy / [encore:] / Always On My Mind /
   Your Funny Uncle.
   Being Boring was played on serveral british gigs later in the tour.]   

  Cities In The Park
  [Aug 1991] concert appearance

  [One date with Electronic for the "Cities In The Park" event at Heaton
   Park in Manchester. PSB performed on "The Patience Of A Saint" and
   "Getting Away With It".]

  Live At Heaven
  [15 Oct 1991] concert appearance

  [A charity concert held at the Heaven nightclub in London.  The concert
   was held after the premiere of Derek Jarmans' film, "Edward II", and
   all proceeds went to the AIDS research charity and trust, Saint Mary's
   Hospital, Paddington, London. Setlist:
   Music For Boys / Where The Streets Have No Name / Domino Dancing
   / DJ Culture / So Hard / Was It Worth It / It's Alright / Being
   Boring]

  Electronic
  [12 Dec 1991] concert appearance

  [One date with Electronic at Wembley Hall in London.  PSB performed on
   three tracks: The Patience Of A Saint / Disappointed / Getting
   Away With It.]

  Live at The Hacienda
  [13 May 1992] concert appearance

  [A performance at the Hacienda in Manchester, held to celebrate the club's
   10th anniversary and an exhibition of Derek Jarman's work.  First public
   performance of "Go West".  Warfare between the Moss Side, Cheatham Hill,
   and Salford gangs inspired the performace of the new version of
   "Violence".  Cicero opened.  Setlist:
   West End Girls / Rent / Being Boring / Love Comes Quickly /
   Violence / Paninaro / Kings Cross / Was It Worth It / Domino
   Dancing / Go West]

  LifeBeat Concert
  [8 Jun 1992] live appearance

  [Benefit concert for LifeBeat - The Music Industry Fights AIDS, at
   Roseland in NYC.  PSB headlined "Rent" and "Where The Streets Have No
   Name".]

   Equality Show (London Palladium)
  [24 Oct 1993] live appearance

  [Performed: "Can You Forgive Her?" / "To Speak Is A Sin" / "One In A
   Million/Mr. Vain" / "Go West".]

   Brit Awards (Earl’s Court, London)
  [14 Feb 1994] live appearance

  [Performed: "Go West" dressed as miners, backed by a Welsh choir, an idea
   which they had originally conceived for the 1992 Royal Variety Show as a
   protest against a wave of coal pit closures.]

  Liberation Simulator
  [Apr 1994] video tour

  [The video for "Liberation" toured the UK as part of the "Liberation
   Simulator" -- an enclosed carnival ride that made you feel like you
   were part of the video.]

  [1994]
     6 Apr: Coventry Precinct Cross
   7-8 Apr: Hanley Market Square Potteries Shopping Centre
  9-10 Apr: Manchester Picadilly Gardens
    12 Apr: London Soho
 13-15 Apr: London Museum Of The Moving Image
    16 Apr: Thurrock Lakeside Shopping Centre

  Discovery Tour (promoting Very and Disco 2)
  [Fall 1994] concert tour

  [1994]
    26 Oct: Indoor Arena, Singapore, Rep. of S.E. Asia

     1 Nov: Entertainment Centre, Perth, Australia
   4-5 Nov: Entertainment Centre, Sydney, Australia *
     7 Nov: Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, Australia
     8 Nov: Flinders Park, Melbourne, Australia
     9 Nov: Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia
    11 Nov: Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, Australia
    12 Nov: Canberra, Australia
    13 Nov: Newcastle, Australia
    17 Nov: Ampitheatre, San Juan, Puerto Rico
    20 Nov: Auditorio Nacional, Mexico City, Mexico
    22 Nov: Palacio de los Deportes, San Jose, Costa Rica -canceled-
    25 Nov: El Campin, Bogota, Colombia
    28 Nov: San Augustin Stadium, Lima, Peru
    30 Nov: Estadio Chile, Santiago, Chile

   2-3 Dec: Opera Theatre, Buenos Aires, Argentina
   5-7 Dec: Olympia, Sao Paolo, Brazil [three shows]
  9-10 Dec: Metropolitan, Rio de Janiero, Brazil *

    [The performers include four dancers (Flavio Cecchetto, Mirelle Diax,
     Paulo Henrique and Nicole Nisiotis), two percussionists (Liliana Chachian
     and Oli Saville), an additional singer (Katie Kissoon) and their regular
     in-studio programmer, Pete Gleadall, who also plays guitar on 'Suburbia'.
     The setlist of the tour opener in Singapore follows.  The show is very
     heavily staged so I assume this list applies to all gigs on the tour:
     Tonight Is Forever / [Lights! Camera! intro] / I Wouldn't
     Normally Do This Kind Of Thing / Always On My Mind / To Speak
     Is A Sin / Domino Dancing / One In A Million/Mr. Vain Medley /
     Paninaro / Rent (unplugged) / To Face The Truth (unplugged) /
     So Hard / Where The Streets Have No Name/Can't Take My Eyes Off
     You / [fifteen minute intermission] / Do I Have To? [glitched
     at Singapore show] / Absolutely Fabulous / King's Cross / Can
     You Forgive Her? / Boys And Girls / West End Girls / Liberation
     / It's A Sin/I Will Survive Medley / [encore:] / Go West /
     Being Boring.]

    [Some shows (confirmed examples marked *) had "Suburbia" unplugged
     instead of "To Face The Truth".  Some shows with "Suburbia" moved
     "King's Cross" to just after "Suburbia" and moved "Liberation" and
     "West End Girls" before "Can You Forgive Her".]

   Brit Awards (Earl’s Court, London)
  [19 Feb 1996] live appearance

  [Performed: "Hallo Spaceboy" with David Bowie.]

  Live at TFI Friday
  [1 Nov 1996] live appearance

  [Performed: "Se A Vida E" and "Single-Bilingual".]

  Live Concert Of Suede (Roundhouse, London) Neil Tennant with Suede
  [15 Dec 1996] live appearance

  [Neil performed "Saturday Night" and "Rent" live on stage with Suede.]

  Live at Stars 97 (Baden-Baden, Germany)
  [17 Apr 1996] live appearance

  [Performed: "A Red Letter Day".]

  Live At The Savoy Theatre
  [June 5th thru 21st June 1997] concert appearance

  [During a three week residency staged in collaboration with the artist Sam
   Taylor-Wood the Pet Shop Boys performed the following songs every night (first
   half): Somewhere (first half of the extended mix) / Yesterday, When I Was Mad /
   The Truck-Driver And His Mate / Se A Vida E / Some Speculation / Hallo Spaceboy /
   To Step Aside / Go West (second half): The Theatre / It's A Sin/I Will Survive /
   The Man Who Has Everything / Discoteca / Friendly Fire / Love Comes Quickly /
   Can You Forgive Her? / Somewhere (encore:) varied every night but were usually
   three from: Left To My Own Devices / Before / Being Boring / West End Girls /
   Rent (Accoustic).]

  Roskilde Festival (Roskilde, Denmark)
  [27 Jun 1997] concert appearance

  [The first festival appearance ever of the boys. The setlist is as follows:
   It’s A Sin / I Wouldn’t Normally Do This Kind Of Thing / Se A Vida E /
   Domino Dancing / Hallo Spaceboy / Before / Left To My Own Devices /
   The Man Who Has Everything / Rent / Where The Streets Have No Name /
   Can You Forgive Her? / Love Comes Quickly / Opportunities / Always On
   My Mind / West End Girls / Somewhere / Being Boring / Go West.]

  Turku Festival (Turku, Finland)
  [29 Jun 1997] concert appearance

  [Performed the same setlist as above.]

  Gay Pride (Clapham, London)
  [5 Jul 1997] live appearance

  [Performed: "Somewhere" / "It’s A Sin" / "Go West".]

  Water Festival (Stockholm, Sweden)
  [16 Aug 1997] concert appearance

  [With the same setlist as for the Roskilde and Turku Festivals + "Always
   on my mind" a second time at the end of the appearance.]

  Stonewall (Royal Albert Hall, London)
  [26 Oct 1997] live appearance

  [Performing new and unique songs on this live gig. Setlist: "Sixteen
   Going On Seventeen" / "Being Boring" / "Climb Every Mountain" / "Go West" /
   "It's Not Unusual".]

  Russean Tour 1998 (Moscow & St. Peterburg)
  [Feb 1998] concert appearance

    28 Feb: Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, Russia
    29 Feb: Utopia Nightclub, Moscow, Russia (different setlist)
	
    2 Mar: October Hall, St. Petersburg, Russia
    3 Mar: October Hall, St. Petersburg, Russia

  [The boys doing a four-gig-mini-tour in Russia with one concert and one
   appearance in Moscow and two concerts in St. Petersburg. The Setlist for the
   first Moscow gig and that one for St. Petersburg was the same they performed
   on the festivals in Roskilde, Turku and Stockholm and only one the second
   evening in Moscow they done a shorter concert with the following setlist:
   "It’s A Sin" / "Domino Dancing" / "Before" / "Where The Streets Have No
   Name" / "Believe/Song For Guy" / "Go West" / "West End Girls" / "Left To
   My Own Devices" / "It’s Not Unusual".]

  Party In The Park
  [4 Jul 1999] concert appearance

  [Performed the following tracks: West End Girls / I Don't Know What You
   Want But I Can't Give It Anymore / Go West.]

  Eclipse Concert (Cornwall)
  [11 Aug 1999] concert appearance

  [Casting a shadow, which was written for the total eclipse on this day
   was played during the event on BBC Radio One's eclipse show.
   Setlist: Casting A Shadow / I Don't Know What You Want But I Can't Give
   It Anymore / Go West.]

  Comet Award
  [20 Aug 1999] concert appearance

  [The boys performing "I don't know..." for winning the award of the best
   music video (IDK).]

  Creamfields Festival (Liverpool)
  [28 Aug 1999] concert appearance

  [Another festival appearance with the following setlist: "Young Offender" /
   "Left To My Own Devices" / "Domino Dancing" / "I Don´t Know What You Want
   But I Can't Give It Anymore" / "It´s A Sin/I Will Survive" / "The Man
   Who Has Everything" / "I Wouldn´t Normally Do This Kind Of Thing" /
   "Can You Forgive Her?" / "Before" / "West End Girls" / "Being Boring" /
   "New York City Boy" / "Go west".]

  Live at TFI Friday
  [24 Sep 1999] live appearance

  [Performed: "New York City Boy".]

  Live at TFI Friday
  [24 Dec 1999] live appearance

  [Performed: "Drunk".]

  Nightlife Tour (promoting Nightlife)
  [Authum/Winter 1999/2000] concert tour

  [1999]
    20 Oct: Jackie Gleason Theatre, Miami, United States
    21 Oct: Ruth Eckard Hall, Tampa, United States
    22 Oct: Hard Rock Live, Orlando, United States
    23 Oct: The Tabernacle, Atlanta, United States
    25 Oct: Aerial Theatre, Houston, United States
    27 Oct: Bronco Bowl, Dallas, United States
    29 Oct: 4th And B, San Diego, United States
    30 Oct: Irvine Meadows, Irvine, United States
    31 Oct: Hard Rock Hotel, Las Vegas, United States

     1 Nov: Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, United States
     3 Nov: Warfield, San Fransisco, United States
     5 Nov: Fillmore Auditorium Theatre, Denver, United States
     7 Nov: Riviera Theatre, Chicago, United States
     8 Nov: State Theatre, Detroit, United States
     9 Nov: The Warehouse, Toronto, Canada
 11-12 Nov: Hammerstein Ballroom, New York, United States
    14 Nov: Metropolis, Montreal, Canada
    22 Nov: Alte Oper, Frankfurt, Germany
    23 Nov: Congressgebouw, The Haag, Netherlands
    24 Nov: Philipshalle, Dusseldorf, Germany
    26 Nov: Sportovini Halla, Prague, Czech. Rep.
    27 Nov: Congress Centrum, Hamburg, Germany
    28 Nov: Arena, Berlin, Germany

     1 Dec: Zenith, Munich, Germany
     4 Dec: Clyde Audithorium, Glasgow, United Kingdom
     7 Dec: Telewest Arena, Newcastle, United Kingdom
     9 Dec: Sheffield Arena, Sheffield, United Kingdom
    10 Dec: Manchester Evening News Arena, Manchester, United Kingdom
    12 Dec: Point Depot, Dublin, Ireland
    13 Dec: N.E.C., Birmingham, United Kingdom
    14 Dec: International Arena, Cardiff, United Kingdom
    16 Dec: International Centre, Bournemouth, United Kingdom
    17 Dec: Brighton Centre, Brighton, United Kingdom
    19 Dec: Plymouth Pavilions, Plymouth, United Kingdom
    20 Dec: Wembley Arena, London, United Kingdom

  [2000]
    16 Jan: Plaza de Toros Illumbe, San Sebastian, Spain
    18 Jan: ??, Granada, Spain
    19 Jan: El Palacio de los Deportes, Madrid, Spain
    20 Jan: Velodrome Luis Buig, Valencia, Spain
    21 Jan: Paulau Del Sport, Barcelona, Spain
    23 Jan: St. Jakobshalle, Basel, Switzerland
    25 Jan: Libro Music Hall, Vienna, Austria
    26 Jan: Messehalle, Erfurt, Germany
    27 Jan: Bordelandhalle, Magdeburg, Germany
    29 Jan: The Globe, Stockholm, Sweden
    31 Jan: Spektrum, Oslo, Norway

     1 Feb: Valby Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark
     3 Feb: Sporthalle, Hamburg, Germany
     4 Feb: Pier 2, Bremen, Germany
     6 Feb: Forest National, Brussels, Belgium
     7 Feb: Zenith, Paris, France *
     9 Feb: Bethovensaal, Stuttgart, Germany *
    10 Feb: Westfalenhalle, Dortmund, Germany *
    11 Feb: Arena, Berlin, Germany
    12 Feb: Mozarthalle, Mannheim, Germany

  [Many of the songs performed got a new facelift, with thanks to Peter
   Schwartz, who was a musical director of the whole tour. The setlist
   is as follows: For your own good / West End Girls / Discoteca/One Day
   We'll Be Free / Being Boring / Closer To Heaven {Happiness is an option}/
   Can You Forgive Her? / Only The Wind / What Have I Done To Deserve This? /
   New York City Boy / Left To My Own Devices / Young Offender (first part)
   Vampires / You Only Tell Me You Love Me When You're Drunk / {Was It Worth
   It?} / Se A Vida É / I Don't Know What You Want But I Can't Give It Any
   More / Always On My Mind / Shameless / Opportunities (Let's Make Lots Of
   Money) / It's A Sin (second part) encore: It's Alright / Footsteps /
   Go West.]

  [Some shows (confirmed examples marked *) had "Was it worth it?" acustic
   version in the show. Some shows deleted "Footsteps" from the setlist.
   All gigs in 2000 played "Closer to heaven instead of "Happiness is an
   option" from the gigs in 1999.]

  Equality Rocks (Washington D.C.)
  [29 Apr 2000] concert appearance

  [A festival for gay rights....?? Setlist: Homosexuality (cover of a song
   from 'Modern Rocketry') / Being boring / What have I done to deserve this?
   (duett with Melissa Etheridge) / New York City boy / Go west.]

  Summer Tour
  [Summer 2000] concert tour

  [2000]
     1 Jun: Sultan Pool, Jerusalem, Israel
     3 Jun: New Amphitheatre, Raanana, Israel
     6 Jun: Song Festival Grounds, Tallin, Estonia
     7 Jun: Zalgiris Stadium, Vilnius, Lithuania
     8 Jun: Mezapark, Riga, Latvia
    14 Jun: Pacifico, Yokohama, Japan
    16 Jun: International Forum, Tokyo, Japan
    17 Jun: International Forum, Tokyo, Japan
    19 Jun: Zepp, Osaka, Japan
    20 Jun: Zepp, Osaka, Japan
    21 Jun: Zepp, Fukuoka, Japan
    24 Jun: Glastonbury Festival, Somerset, United Kingdom
    28 Jun: Lycabettus Theatre, Athens, Greece
    29 Jun: Lycabettus Theatre, Athens, Greece

     2 Jul: Heroes Square, Budapest, Hungary
     9 Jul: Mariebergsskogen Festival, Karlstad, Sweden
    14 Jul: Gurtenfestival, Bern, Switzerland
    15 Jul: Szymanow Airfield, Gliwice, Poland
    21 Jul: Dr. Music Festival, Llanara, Spain

  [Setlist: "I Don't Know What You Want (Peter Rauhofer Version)" / "Suburbia" /
   "Can You Forgive Her?" / "Left To My Own Devices" / "Se A Vida E" / "Rent" /
   "You Only Tell Me You Love Me When You're Drunk" (acoustic version) /
   "Was It Worth It?" / "Paninaro" / "Young Offender" / "New York City Boy" /
   "Domino Dancing" / "Being Boring" / "Positive Role Model" / "Opportunities
   (Let's Make Lot's Of Money)" / "Always On My Mind" / "It's A Sin" /
   (encore:) / "West End Girls" / "Go West".
   The Glastonbury appearance was slightly different from the rest of the tour
   concerts. The setlist was: "I Don't Know What You Want But I Can't Give
   It Anymore" (peter rauhofer version) / "Suburbia" / "Can You Forgive Her?"
   (version from 'Nightlife' tour) / "Left To My Own Devices" / "Se A Vida E
   (That's The Way Life Is)" / "Rent" / "You Only Tell Me You Love Me When
   You're Drunk" (acoustic version) / "Paninaro" / "Young Offender" / "New
   York City Boy" / "Positive Role Model" / "What Have I Done To Deserve
   This?" (Cerys Matthews from Catatonia) / "Always On My Mind" / "It's A
   Sin/I Will Survive" (medley) / (encore:) / "West End Girls" / "Go West".]

  Live at TFI Friday (Channel 4, UK)
  [22 Dec 2000] TV appearance

  [World exclusive of PSB performance Christmas song "It doesn't often snow
   at Christmas" for FINAL TFI Friday show. Elton John hosted this programme.]

   Brit Awards (Earl’s Court, London)
  [29 Jan 2002] live appearance

  [Performed: "Home and dry".]

  University Tour
  [Feb 2002] concert tour

  [2002]
     8 Feb: University, Bristol, United Kingdom
     9 Feb: University, Keele, United Kingdom
    10 Feb: UEA, Norwich, United Kingdom
    12 Feb: University, Teeside, United Kingdom
    13 Feb: De Montfort Uni, Leicester, United Kingdom
    14 Feb: Astoria, London, United Kingdom
    16 Feb: Live Music Hall, Cologne, Germany

  [Setlist: "Disco Potential" / "Being Boring" / "I Get Along" / "A Red Letter
   Day" / "Love Comes Quickly" / "Home And Dry" / "You Only Tell Me You Love Me
   When You're Drunk" / "New York City Boy" / "London" / "Was It Worth It?" /
   "Sexy Northerner" / "Birthday Boy" / "West End Girls" / "Love Is A
   Catastrophe" / (encore:) /  "Go West" / "You Choose".
   They played an cover version of the old punk track "Do What You Wanna Do"
   at the Teesside University between "Go West" and "You Choose". All other
   gigs had the same setlist.]

  BBC Radio 2 Recording (London, UK)
  [16 Mar 2002] live appearance

  [An live recording for a later radio airing (6 Apr 2002) was set up in
   the BBC theatre, a 300 seat venue with many special guests, fans and
   competition winners, who were watching the show.
   Setlist: "Being Boring" / "I Get Along" / "A Red Letter Day" / "Love Comes
   Quickly" / "Home And Dry" / "You Only Tell Me You Love Me When You're
   Drunk" / "London" / "Was It Worth It?" / "Birthday Boy" / "West End Girls" /
   "Love Is A Catastrophe" / (encore:) / "Go West" / "New York City Boy".
   Drunk" was cutted out on the radio broadcast for some reasons]

  Live on Bingo Lotto (Stockhom, Sweden)
  [23 Mar 2002] TV appearance

  [Live appearance in a Swedish TV Show.
   Performed: "Home And Dry" / "Being Boring".]

  Live at Jools Holland (London, UK)
  [10 Apr 2002] TV appearance

  [An live appearance on the famous british TV show for a later airing.
   Setlist: "Home And Dry" / "Being Boring" / "Love Is A Catastrophe" /
   "West End Girls".]

  Live at the Grunspan Club (Hamburg, Germany)
  [11 Apr 2002] concert appearance

  [An concert appearance for the france/german TV channel ARTE TV (later
   broadcasted in TV) at the Grunspan Club in Hamburg/Germany and moderated
   by the MTV VJ legend Ray Cokes.
   Setlist: "Being Boring" / "I Get Along" / "A Red Letter Day" / "Home And
   Dry" / "Love Comes Quickly" / "Drunk" / "London" / "Was It Worth It?" /
   "Birthday Boy" / "West End Girls" / "Love Is A Catastrophe" / "Go West" /
   "New York City Boy" / (encore:) / "Philadelphia".]

  Live at the Harald Schmidt Show (Cologne, Germany)
  [12 Apr 2002] TV appearance

  [Live appearance in a famous german 'Letterman' TV show.
   Performed: "Home And Dry".]

  Live at Quelli Che Il Calcio (Rome, Italy)
  [14 Apr 2002] TV appearance

  [Live appearance in a italian TV show on Rai 2. Performed: "Home And Dry".]

  Live on BBC 2 ReCovered (London, UK)
  [5 May 2002] TV appearance

  [An live appearance in a british TV show. Performed: "I Get Along" / "Philadelphia".]

  Live at Operación Triunfo (Madrid, Spain)
  [11 May 2002] TV appearance

  [Live appearance in a spanish TV show on TVE. Performed: "Home And Dry".]

  Concierto B÷sico 40 (Madrid, Spain)
  [12 Jun 2002] concert appearance

  [A live recording for radio and tv in Spain which was not part of the Release
   tour. An exclusive concert called "Concierto B÷sico 40" for 40 Principales
   radio and 40tv television. Live at Divino Aqualung disco in Madrid.
   Setlist of 40 Principales radio broadcast recording (7 Jul 2002): "Home
   and dry" / "Being boring" / "A red letter day" / "I get along" / "Love
   comes quickly" / "London" / "New York City boy" / "Always on my mind" /
   "Sexy Notherner" / "Birthday boy" / "West End girls" / "Go West" /
   "It's a sin" (13 tracks along with bits of comments in spanish).
   Setlist of 40tv television broadcast recording (7 Jul 2002 in C+ and 30
   Aug 2002 in 40tv): "Home and dry" / "Being boring" / "A red letter day" /
   "I get along" / "Love comes quickly" / "London" / "You only tell you love
   me when you're drunk" / "New York City boy" / "Always on my mind" /
   "Sexy Notherner" / "Where the streets have no name" / "West End girls".
   Complete setlist was same as at the Sonar Festival on the Release tour.]

  Release Tour
  [Spring/Summer 2002] concert tour

  [2002]
    14 May: Jackie Gleason Theatre, Miami, United States
    15 May: Maxwell King, Melbourne, United States
    16 May: Dekalb Center, Atlanta, United States
    18 May: Velvet Nation, Washington, United States
    19 May: Orpheum Theatre, Boston, United States
    21 May: Hammerstein Ballroom, New York City, United States
    22 May: Hammerstein Ballroom, New York City, United States
    23 May: St. Denis Theatre, Montreal, Canada
    25 May: Electric Factory, Philadelphia, United States
    26 May: Massey Hall, Toronto, Canada
    27 May: State Theatre, Detroit, United States
    28 May: Rivera Theatre, Chicago, United States
    30 May: Auditorium Theatre, Denver, United States

     1 Jun: Bronco Bowl, Dallas, United States
     2 Jun: Verizon Wireless Theatre, Houston, United States
     4 Jun: Copley Symphony Hall, San Diego, United States
     5 Jun: The Joint, Las Vegas, United States
     7 Jun: Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, United States
     8 Jun: Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, United States
     9 Jun: Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, United States
    13 Jun: Sonar 2002, Barcelona, Spain
    15 Jun: Volkshaus, Zurich, Switzerland
    16 Jun: Discoteca Alcatraz, Milan, Italy
    17 Jun: Valle Giulia, Rome, Italy
    19 Jun: Technopolis - Gazi, Athens, Greece
    21 Jun: Columbia Halle, Berlin, Germany
    22 Jun: CCH, Hamburg, Germany
    23 Jun: Haus Auensee, Leipzig, Germany
    24 Jun: Colosseum, Munich, Germany
    26 Jun: Ciruque Royale, Brussels, Belgium
    27 Jun: Heineken Music Hall, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    28 Jun: Roskilde Festival, Roskilde, Denmark
    30 Jun: Skansen, Stockholm, Sweden

     1 Jul: Lisberg Park, Gothenberg, Sweden
     3 Jul: Philipshalle, Dusseldorf, Germany
     4 Jul: Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt, Germany
     5 Jul: Le Grand Rex, Paris, France
     6 Jul: Brixton Academy, London, United Kingdom
     8 Jul: Brighton Centre, Brighton, United Kingdom
    10 Jul: Grimsby Auditorium, Grimsby, United Kingdom
    11 Jul: Sheffield City Hall, Sheffield, United Kingdom
    12 Jul: Carling Apollo Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
    14 Jul: Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle, United Kingdom
    15 Jul: Playhouse, Edinburgh, Scotland
    16 Jul: Nottingham Royal Centre, Nottingham, United Kingdom
    18 Jul: Wolverhampton Civic, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
    19 Jul: Cambridge Corn Exchange, Cambridge, United Kingdom
    21 Jul: Apollo Theatre, Oxford, United Kingdom
    22 Jul: Colston Hall, Bristol, United Kingdom
    23 Jul: Paleo Festival Nyon, Switzerland
    27 Jul: Fuji Rock Festival, Nigata, Japan
    29 Jul: Indoor Arena, Singapore, Singapore
    31 Jul: Convention & Exhbition Center, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

     2 Aug: Impact Arena, Bangkok Music Festival, Thailand

  [Setlist: "Intro (Home And Dry Blank & Jones Mix)" / "Home And Dry" /
   "Where The Streets Have No Name" / "Red Letter Day" / "I Get Along" /
   "Love Comes Quickly" / "London" / "You Only Tell Me You Love Me When
   You’re Drunk" / "The Night I Fell In Love" / "New York City Boy" /
   "Always on my mind" / "Sexy Northerner" / "Birthday Boy" / "West
   End Girls" / "Love Is A Catastrophe" / "Go West" / (encore:) / "Being
   Boring" / "Left To My Own Devices" / "It´s A Sin" / "You Choose".]

  [The order of the setlist was changed starting in Denver because the
   audience had to keep getting up during fast songs and sitting down during
   slow songs to many times. They played "Being Boring" instead of "Streets"
   and "Streets" came after "Sexy Northerner" and doing only three tracks in
   the encore for the gig in Canada and US.
   For the concerts later in Europe and Asia (starting in Rome) they replaced
   "The Night I Feel In Love" with "Domino Dancing" and dropped "You Choose"
   in the encore. In Cambridge they played "Here" at least in the encore and
   they cut out "Red Letter Day" at Fuji Rock Festival.]

  Rock'n'Coke Festival (Istanbul, Turkey)
  [7 Sep 2003] live appearance

  [A live & open air concert  for 50.000 turkish fans, who joined the festival
   Setlist: "Home And Dry" / "Suburbia" / "Se A Vida E" / "Left To My Own
   Devices" / "Love Comes Quickly" / "Domino Dancing" / "New York City Boy" /
   "Always On My Mind" / "Sexy Northerner" / "Opportunities" / "Love Is A
   Catastrophe" / "Where The Streets Have No Name" / "West End Girls" / "Go
   West" / (encore:) / "Being Boring" / "It's A Sin".]

  Live at the SWR 3 New Pop Festival (Rastatt, Germany)
  [20 Sep 2003] live appearance

  [Live appearance and world exclusive premiere of the new song Miracles, which
   later came out as a single from the best of compilation Popart. The boys sung
   live to backing tapes on West End Girls and It's A Sin. Miracles was lip sync
   by Neil. The gig later was broadcasted by German TV station ZDF.
   Setlist: "West End Girls" / "Miracles" / "It's A Sin".]

  Live at the MTV Designerama Show (Berlin, Germany)
  [1 Oct 2003] live appearance

  [Live appearance on the MTV Designerama fashion show.
   Performed: "Miracles" / "Se A Vida È".]

  Live at the World Awards Ceremony (Hamburg, Germany)
  [22 Oct 2003] live appearance

  [Live appearance after winning the World Arts Award for their extraordinary
   dedication to art, their social engagement and their unique contribution to
   popular music as well as their overall patronage of the arts.
   Performed: "Miracles"]

  Live at 10 Years Of Viva TV (Cologne, Germany)
  [22 Oct 2003] TV appearance

  [Performed: "Go West"]

  Live at the German AIDS Gala (Berlin, Germany)
  [30 Oct 2003] TV appearance

  [TV appearance on the nationally televised "Stars 2003 - Die Aids Gala".
   Performed: "West End Girls"]

  Live at the Camden Barfly (London, UK)
  [6 Mar 2004] live appearance

  [Live appearance playing a small live show with a powerbook as part of a
   series of shows benefiting the charity Warchild. The show lasted just over
   an hour. All the songs were performed in new versions reprogrammed by Chris
   and Neil on Chris' Apple Powerbook. The medley at the end consisted of the
   versions performed on XFM Radio. Several of the songs were being played in
   concert for the first time. It was the first full show they have ever played
   as a duo with no other musicians. Setlist: "Try It (I'm In Love With A Married
   Man)" / "Tonight Is Forever" / "We’re The Pet Shop Boys" / "Jealousy" / "I’m
   Not Scared" / "Being Boring" / "In Private" / "Nervously" / "It’s A Sin" /
   "Love Is A Catastrophe" / Encore: A Medley with "Opportunities (Let's Make
   Lots Of Money)" / "Rent" / "Flamboyant" / "West End Girls"]

  Live at the Des and Mel Show (London, UK)
  [22 Mar 2004] TV appearance

  [TV appearance and a interview on the british comedy show on ITV channel 1.
   Performed two songs from the Barfly set: "Flamboyant" / "???"]

  Live at Saturday Night Takeaway (London, UK)
  [27 Mar 2004] TV appearance

  [TV appearance on ITV1s Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway.
   Performed: "Flamboyant"]

  Live at Popworld (London, UK)
  [28 Mar 2004] TV appearance

  [TV appearance on the british Channel 4. Performed: "Flamboyant"]

  Live at BBC Parkinson TV show (London, UK)
  [3 Apr 2004] TV appearance

  [TV appearance on the BBC Parkinson TV show. Performed: "It's A Sin"]

  In Concert Tour (planed but later canceled)
  [Spring/Summer 2004] concert tour

  [2004]
    16 May: ???, Dubai, United Arabic Emitates
    19 May: Osaka Zepp, Osaka, Japan
    20 May: Osaka Zepp, Osaka, Japan
    21 May: International Forum, Tokyo, Japan
    25 May: Studio Coast, Tokyo, Japan
    26 May: International Forum, Tokyo, Japan
    30 May: Gigantinho, Porto Alegre, Brazil

     1 Jun: Via Funchal, Sao Paulo, Brazil
     2 Jun: ATL Hall, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
     4 Jun: Classic Hall, Recife, Brazil
     5 Jun: Marina Park, Fortaleza, Brazil
     8 Jun: Sports Palace, Mexico City, Mexico

  [The tour was planned on these dates, but was canceled due to the promoters in
   Japan suddenly being unable to meet their financial commitment previously agreed
   with the Band. This also meaned that the shows in Dubai, Brazil and Mexico cannot
   go ahead as they are no longer economically practical.]

  Live at Storsjoyran Festival (Ostersund, Sweden)
  [31 Jul 2004] live appearance

  [Setlist: "Rent" / "Flamboyant" / "West End Girls" / "Se A Vida È" / "Domino
   Dancing" / "Suburbia" / "Being Boring" / "New York City Boy" / "Always On My Mind" /
   Sexy Northerner" / "Where The Streets Have No Name" / "Love Is A Catastrophe" / "Go
   West" / (encore:) / "Home And Dry" / "Left To My Own Devices" / "It's A Sin".]

  Live at the Sziget Festival (Budapest, Hungary)
  [4 Aug 2004] live appearance

  [Setlist: similar to the one in Ostersund.]

  Live at the Festival Internacional de Benic ssim (near Valencia, Spain)
  [6 Aug 2004] live appearance

  [Setlist:  similar to the one in Ostersund and Budapest.]

  Live at the Skanderborg Festival (Skanderborg, Denmark)
  [7 Aug 2004] live appearance

  [Setlist: similar to the one in Ostersund and Budapest.]

  Live at the City of Bilbao Festival (Bilbao, Spain)
  [14 Aug 2004] live appearance

  [Setlist: similar to the one in Ostersund and Budapest.]

  Live at the Trafalgar Square (London, UK)
  [12 Sep 2004] live appearance

  [The Pet Shop Boys did a free, unticketed, standing only concert onstage on Trafalgar
   Square, London, for the first performance of their music for Sergei Eisenstein's
   classic film "The Battleship Potemkin". It was a new soundtrack for this classic silent
   film, which first was made in 1921. Neil and Chris's electronic music was
   accompanied by the Dresdner Sinfoniker orchestra. The concert was a presentation by the
   ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts and was watched by around 8.000 people on the square.
   Setlist: "Comrades" / "Men And Maggots" / "Our Daily Bread" / "Drama In The Habour" /
   "Nyet" / "To The Shore" / "Odessa" / "No Time For Tears" / "To The Battleship" / "After
   All (The Odessa Staircase)" / "Stormy Meetings" / "Night Falls" / "Full Stream Ahead" /
   "The Swadron" / "For Freedom" / (encore:) / a special version of "No Time For Tears".]

  In Concert Tour
  [Autumn 2004] concert tour

  [2004]
    23 Oct: Freeport, Alcochete, Portugal (free concert)
    30 Oct: Altos de Chavon, Dominican Republic

     3 Nov: The Sports Palace Theatre, Mexico City, Mexico
     5 Nov: Personal Festival, Buenos Aires, Argentina
     7 Nov: TIM Festival, Sao Paulo, Brazil

  [The tour was planned as an alternative to the canceled concert tour in Spring 2004.
   All concerts are festivals, which are extremely cheaper as common tour concerts. The
   boys also planned to appear on a sixth festival in Costa Rica, which later was
   canceled. Setlist: "Rent" / "Flamboyant" / "West End Girls" / "Se A Vida È" / "Domino
   Dancing" / "Suburbia" / "Being Boring" / "New York City Boy" / "Always On My Mind" /
   Sexy Northerner" / "Where The Streets Have No Name" / "Love Is A Catastrophe" / "Go
   West" / (encore:) / "Home And Dry" / "Left To My Own Devices" / "It's A Sin"]

  Live at Produced by Trevor Horn (Wembley Arena London, UK)
  [11 Nov 2004] live appearance

  [A concert for The Prince's Trust at London's Wembley Arena, along with ABC, Art of
   Noise, Belle & Sebastian, Lisa Stansfield, Seal and Yes to celebrate Trevor Horn's
   25 years as one of the world's most successful and influential music producers.
   Setlist: "Left To My Own Devices" / "It's Alright".]

  Live at Meltdown festival (Royal Festival Hall London, UK)
  [17 Jun 2005] live appearance

  [appearing onstage with Yoko Ono during her performance of "Walking On Thin Ice".]

  Live at Live8 (Red Square Moscow, Russia)
  [2 Jul 2005] live appearance

  [The boys are headlining one of eight simultaneous Live 8 concerts around the world
   intended to put pressure on the world leaders at the G8 conference the following
   week to provide debt relief and other measures for Africa.
   Setlist: "It's A Sin" / "Suburbia" / "Opportunities" / "Domino Dancing" / "New York
   City Boy" / "Always On My Mind" / "Where The Streets Have No Name" / "West End Girls" /
   Left To My Own Devices" / "Go West" / (encore:) / "It's A Sin" (again)]

  Battleship Potemkin score
  [Summer 2005] live appearance

  [2005]
     2 Sep: Alte Oper, Frankfurt, Germany
     3 Sep: Ausstellungshalle, Bonn, Germany
     4 Sep: Museumsinsel, Berlin, Germany
     5 Sep: Stadtpark, Hamburg, Germany

  [The Boys performed their Battleship Potemkin score four times in Germany. A fiveth
   concert was planned in Munich on September 6. but later was canceled.
   Setlist: "Comrades" / "Men And Maggots" / "Our Daily Bread" / "Drama In The Habour" /
   "Nyet" / "To The Shore" / "Odessa" / "No Time For Tears" / "To The Battleship" / "After
   All (The Odessa Staircase)" / "Stormy Meetings" / "Night Falls" / "Full Stream Ahead" /
   "The Swadron" / "For Freedom" / (encore:) / a special version of "No Time For Tears".]

  Battleship Potemkin (Swan Hunters Shipyard, Newcastle, United Kingdom)
  [1 May 2006] live appearance

  [Similar performance of their music for Sergei Eisenstein's classic film "The Battleship
   Potemkin" but with a different orchestra. This time the Northern Sinfonia orchestra did
   the music for the film, which was presented on a large TV screen.
   Setlist: "Comrades" / "Men And Maggots" / "Our Daily Bread" / "Drama In The Habour" /
   "Nyet" / "To The Shore" / "Odessa" / "No Time For Tears" / "To The Battleship" / "After
   All (The Odessa Staircase)" / "Stormy Meetings" / "Night Falls" / "Full Stream Ahead" /
   "The Swadron" / "For Freedom" / (encore:) / a special version of "No Time For Tears".]

  Battleship Potemkin (Prager Strasse, Dresden, Germany)
  [20 Jul 2006] live appearance

  [Similar performance of their music for Sergei Eisenstein's classic film "The Battleship
   Potemkin" with the Dresdner Sinfoniker orchestra. The TV screen was hanging on an old
   building during the orchestra was playing on the balconies left and right hand on the
   screen.
   Setlist: "Comrades" / "Men And Maggots" / "Our Daily Bread" / "Drama In The Habour" /
   "Nyet" / "To The Shore" / "Odessa" / "No Time For Tears" / "To The Battleship" / "After
   All (The Odessa Staircase)" / "Stormy Meetings" / "Night Falls" / "Full Stream Ahead" /
   "The Swadron" / "For Freedom" / (encore:) / a special version of "No Time For Tears".]

  Battleship Potemkin (Gardens Of The Royal Palace, Segovia, Spain)
  [29 Jul 2006] live appearance

  [Similar performance of their music for Sergei Eisenstein's classic film "The Battleship
   Potemkin" with the Dresdner Sinfoniker orchestra. Setlist: "Comrades" / "Men And Maggots" /
   "Our Daily Bread" / "Drama In The Habour" / "Nyet" / "To The Shore" / "Odessa" / "No Time
   For Tears" / "To The Battleship" / "After All (The Odessa Staircase)" / "Stormy Meetings" /
   "Night Falls" / "Full Stream Ahead" / "The Swadron" / "For Freedom" / (encore:) / a special
   version of "No Time For Tears".]

  Festival Tour
  [Summer 2006] concert tour

  [2006]
    15 Jun: Skien Festival, Skien, Norway
    16 Jun: Cirkus Festival, Stockholm, Sweden
    17 Jun: Zulu Rocks, Copenhagen, Denmark
    24 Jun: Santander Festival, Santander, Spain
    28 Jun: Tower Of Music Festival, London, United Kingdom
    29 Jun: Tower Of Music Festival, London, United Kingdom

     2 Jul: Liverpool Summer Pops, Liverpool, United Kingdom
     8 Jul: VOLT Festival, Sopron, Hungary
     9 Jul: Exit Festival, Novy Sad, Serbia
    14 Jul: Melt Festival, Gafenhainichen, Germany
    17 Jul: Museumshalle, Bonn, Germany
    21 Jul: Thretford Forrest, Suffolk, United Kingdom
    23 Jul: CAC, Valencia, Spain

     1 Aug: Parque De Castrelos, Vigo, Spain
    11 Aug: Love Planet Festival, Prague, Czech Republic
    12 Aug: Creamfields Festival, Almeria, Spain
    14 Aug: Marktrock Festival, Leuven, Belgium

     2 Sep: Schlossgarten, Ludwigslust, Germany
     3 Sep: Electric Picnic, Stradbally Estate, Ireland
     5 Sep: Espacio Movistar, Barcelona, Spain
     7 Sep: City Square, Skopje, Macedonia
     9 Sep: Bestival, Isle Of Wright, United Kingdom
    10 Sep: Summer Of Music Festival, Warsaw, Poland

  [Another tour with most of the venues are festival appearances. The setlist was changed
   from time to time and they cut out "Home And Dry" and "Before" on several venues. From
   the Bonn venue, they played "Numb" after "Shopping". Setlist: "God willing" /
   "Psycological" / "Left To My Own Devices" / "I'm With Stupid" / "Suburbia" / "Minimal" /
   "Shopping" / "Rent" / "Always On My Mind" / "Where The Streets Have No Name" / "Home And
   dry" (accustic) / "Before" (accustic) / "Dreaming Of The Queen" / "West End Girls" / "The
   Sodom And Gomorrah Show" / "Opportunities" / "Integral" / (encore:) / "So Hard (stripped
   down version without Neil)" / "It's A Sin" / "Go West"]

  Fundamental Tour
  [Autumn 2006] concert tour

  [2006]
    10 Oct: Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier, Montreal, Canada
    11 Oct: Hummingbird Centre, Toronto, Canada
    13 Oct: Opera House, Boston, United States
    14 Oct: Radio City Music Hall, New York, United States
    15 Oct: DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, United States
    17 Oct: Jackie Gleason Theatre, Miami Beach, United States
    18 Oct: Hard Rock Cafe, Orlando, United States
    19 Oct: Tabernacle, Atlanta, United States
    21 Oct: Blackyard, Austin, United States
    22 Oct: Nokia Theatre, Dallas, United States
    24 Oct: Pageant, St. Louis, United States
    26 Oct: State Theatre, Detroit, United States
    27 Oct: Chicago Theatre, Chicago, United States
    28 Oct: Orpheum, Minneapolis, United States
    30 Oct: Paramount Theatre, Denver, United States

     1 Nov: Arizona State Fair, Phoenix, United States
     3 Nov: Ford Theatre, West Valley, United States
     5 Nov: Paramount Theatre, Seattle, United States
     7 Nov: Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, United States
     8 Nov: Wiltern LG, Los Angeles, United States
     9 Nov: Wiltern LG, Los Angeles, United States
    12 Nov: Teatro Diana, Guadalajara, Mexico
    14 Nov: Auditorio Nacional, Mexico City, Mexico
    16 Nov: Arena Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico

  [Slightly different setlist as on the previous festival tour. They missed playing
   "I'm With Stupid" several times as much as "Can You Forgive Her?", "Heart" and
   Dreaming Of The Queen". Setlist: "God Willing" / "Left To My Own Devices" / "I'm
   With Stupid" / "Suburbia" / "Can You Forgive Her?" / "Minimal" / "Shopping" /
   "Rent" / "Heart" / "Opportunities (Let's Make Lots Of Money)" / "Integral" / "Se
   A Vida É (Thats The Way Life Is)" / "Domino dancing" / "Where The Streets Have No
   Name" / "Always On My Mind" / "Flamboyant" / "West End Girls" / "The Sodom And
   Gomorrah Show" / "So Hard" / (encore:) / "It's A Sin" / "Go West"]

  Live at ABC Dancing With The Stars show (Los Angeles, US)
  [8 Nov 2006] TV appearance

  [TV appearance on ABC's Dancing With The Stars. Performed: "West End Girls"]

  Live at the Craig Ferguson show (Los Angeles, US)
  [9 Nov 2006] TV appearance

  [TV appearance on the CBS show. Performed: "The Sodom And Gomorrah Show"]

  Live at Hogmanay show (Edinburgh, UK)
  [31 Dec 2006] canceled live appearance

  [the show was canceled because of bad weather with rain and winds of up to 70 mph.
   planned setlist: "God willing" / "Left to my own devices" / "Suburbia" / "Can you
   forgive her?" / "Minimal" / "/Shopping" / "Heart" / "Flamboyant" / "Se a vida e" /
   "Domino dancing" / "Opportunities" / "Integral" / "Paninaro" / "Always on my mind" /
   "Streets have no name" / "West End girls" / "Sodom and Gomorrah Show" / "So hard"
   (encore:) "It's a sin" / "Go West".]

  Live at Cee'd Festival (Madrid, Spain)
  [5 Jan 2007] live appearance

  [Setlist: "God Willing" / "Left To My Own Devices" / "Suburbia" / "Can You Forgive
   Her?" / "Minimal" / "Shopping" / "Heart" / "Rent" / "Opportunities (Let's Make Lots Of
   Money)" / "Integral" / "Paninaro" / "Numb" / "Se A Vida É" / "Domino Dancing" /
   "Flamboyant" / "Always On My Mind" / "Where The Streets Have No Name" / "West End
   Girls" / "The Sodom And Gomorrah Show" / "So Hard" / (encore:) / "It's A Sin" / "Go
   West".]

  Live at Camden's KOKO (London, UK)
  [18 Feb 2007] live appearance

  [On 18th February the Scissor Sisters are performing an exclusive and intimate charity
   concert for Body and Soul at Camden's KOKO. Hosted by Ben Elton, the Scissor Sisters
   are joined by Pete Tong, Lil' Chris, DJ Sammy Jo and Neil Tennant from the Pet Shop Boys.
   This was going to be the biggest and most important UK AIDS awareness event in history.
   Setlist: "???".]

  Fundamental Tour
  [Spring/Summer/Autumn 2007] concert tour

  [2007]
    14 Mar: Claro Hall, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    16 Mar: Creditcard Hall, Sao Paulo, Brazil
    17 Mar: Creditcard Hall, Sao Paulo, Brazil
    18 Mar: Chevrolet Hall, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
    21 Mar: Gigantinho, Porto Alegre, Brazil
    23 Mar: Luna Park, Buenos Aires, Argentina
    25 Mar: Centro Cultural Estacion Mapocho, Santiago, Chile
    29 Mar: St. James, Auckland, New Zealand
    31 Mar: Sentennial Park, Sydney, Australia

     1 Apr: Avica Resort, Gold Coast, Australia
     3 Apr: Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne, Australia
     4 Apr: Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, Australia
     6 Apr: Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, Australia
    27 Apr: Grieghallen, Bergen, Norway
    29 Apr: Sentrum Scene, Oslo, Norway

     2 May: Saku Arena, Tallinn, Estonia
     3 May: Arena, Riga, Latvia
     4 May: Siemens Arena, Vilnius, Lithuania
     7 May: Tempodrom, Berlin, Germany
     8 May: Alte Oper, Frankfurt, Germany
     9 May: Stadthalle, Chemnitz, Germany
    11 May: Philipshalle, Dusseldorf, Germany
    13 May: Kraftwerk, Wolfsburg, Germany
    14 May: Zenith, Munich, Germany
    15 May: Volkshaus, Zurich, Switzerland
    17 May: Stadtpark, Hamburg, Germany
    20 May: Liederhalle, Stuttgart, Germany
    21 May: Grand Rex, Paris, France
    22 May: Ray, Amsterdam, Holland
    24 May: The Sage, Gateshead, United Kingdom
    25 May: Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
    27 May: Hammersmith Apollo, London, United Kingdom
    28 May: Apollo, Manchester, United Kingdom
    30 May: Brighton Centre, Brighton, United Kingdom

     1 Jun: Tivoli, Copenhagen, Denmark
     2 Jun: Beach Party, Skive, Denmark
     5 Jun: Royal Concert hall, Nottingham, United Kingdom
     6 Jun: Hammersmith Apollo, London, United Kingdom
     7 Jun: The Oasis, Swindon, United Kingdom
     9 Jun: Ballinglough Castle, Athboy/County Meath, Ireland
    16 Jun: Hultsfred Festival, Hultsfred, Sweden
    30 Jun: Finca el Mesegosilo de Hoyos del Espino, Avila, Spain

    18 Jul: Villa Arconati, Milan, Italy
    19 Jul: Montreux Festival, Montreux, Switzerland
    22 Jul: The Eden Project, Cornwall, United Kingdom
    27 Jul: Newmarket Racecourse, Newmarket, United Kingdom
	
     2 Aug: Freedom 2007, Malaga, Spain
     4 Aug: Lokerse Feesten, Lokerse, Belgium
     8 Aug: Fort Canning Park, Singapore, Singapore
    11 Aug: Summer Sonic Festival, Osaka, Japan
    12 Aug: Summer Sonic Festival, Tokyo, Japan
    16 Aug: ???, Bali, Indonesia - canceled

    11 Oct: Pilar Festival, Zaragoza, Spain
    12 Oct: Asics Festival, Barcelona, Spain
    25 Oct: Greenpeace Festival, Valencia, Spain
    27 Oct: Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland

     7 Nov: Khodinka Ice Palace, Moscow, Russia - canceled
    25 Nov: Sala Palatului, Bucharest, Romania

  [Changed stage design and setlist to the concerts in North and Middle America in
   in Autumn 2006. With two dancers and two background singers, Sylvia Mason-James
   and Pete Gleadall. Setlist: "God Willing (Opening)" / "We're The Pet Shop Boys" /
   "Left To My Own Devices" / "Suburbia" / "I'm With Stupid" / "Can You Forgive
   Her?" / "Minimal" / "Shopping" / "Rent" / "Heart" / "Opportunities (Let’s Make
   Lots Of Money)" / "Integral" / "Paninaro" / "Numb" / "Se A Vida É (That’s The
   Way Life Is)" / "Domino Dancing" / "Dreaming Of The Queen" / "Flamboyant" /
   "Home And Dry (Acoustic)" / "Always On My Mind" / "Where The Streets Have No
   Name" / "West End Girls" / "The Sodom And Gomorrah Show" / (encore:) / "So Hard
   (Morales Remix w/backing vocals only)" / "It's A Sin" / "West End Girls" / "Go
   West" / "Medley of all tracks by backing vocals" / Encore 2: "Being Boring"]

  [They only played Being Boring as encore 2 on a few venues. Home And Dry was
   dropped in Berlin during technical problems with the arpeggiator.]

  Live at Grieghallen (Bergen, Norway)
  [27 Apr 2007] live appearance

  [The Norwegian singer and songwriter Sondre Lerche has become a friend of PSB. He
   recently confirmed that his song "Dancing in the Dusk" (mentioned in Literally 30)
   is being worked on by PSB. Neil has recorded vocals to it, and it will finally be
   recorded as a PSB/Sondre Lerche duet for release on a forthcoming album by Sondre.
   Furthermore he confirmed that Neil will attend his performance in Bergen, Norway.
   Setlist: "Dancing In The Dusk" (duet with Neil Tennant)]

  Live at Brixton Academy (London, United Kingdom)
  [1 Nov 2007] live appearance

  [Pet Shop Boys were special guests at this show, in aid of the War Child charity
   and its work for children in Iraq. The concert is organised by Keane and Neil &
   Chris were invited to play by Tim Rice-Oxley of Keane. The show featured many
   artists, such as Lily Allen, The Magic Numbers, Guillemots and Teddy Thompson.
   The boys performed a short set featuring guitarists Bic Hayes and Mark Refoy and
   percussionist Dawne Adams. Setlist: "Rent" (barfly version)" / "West End girls" /
   "Integral" / "Being boring"]

  Live at Heaven (London, United Kingdom)
  [2 May 2008] live appearance

  [An appearance to play a benefit show for the family of their assistant Dainton "The
   Bear" Connell, who died in a Moscow car crash in 2007. They also billed as a
   celebration of 20 years of house, with DJs such as Danny Rampling and Judge Jules
   spread through the club's four rooms. Rent was played with a different arrangement
   and Integral in a new mix. They also played My Girls, a cover version of an old
   Madness track, together with Suggs and Chas Smash from Madness. Setlist: "Go West" /
   "Rent" / "Integral" / "Suburbia" / "West End girls" / "It's A Sin" / "My Girl" /
   "Being Boring"]

  Live at Brit Awards (London, United Kingdom)
  [12 Feb 2009] live appearance

  [An appearance to pick up the brit award for outstanding contribution to music. They're
   on stage with Lady Gaga and Brandon Flowers performing a 10 minute megamix with hits
   throughout their entire career. Setlist: Megamix with "Suburbia" / "Love Etc." /
   "Always On My Mind" / "Go West/Paninaro" / "What Have I Done To Deserve This?" /
   "I'm With Stupid" / "Being Boring" / "It's A Sin" / "All Over The World" / "West End
   girls"]

  Live at Camden Koko (London, United Kingdom)
  [23 Mar 2009] live appearance

  [Performed two songs, one new and one old, at Koko in Camden Town for a recording of
   Channel 4's "The Album Chart Show". Setlist: "Love Etc." / "Always On My Mind"]

  Live at Regenbogen Awards (Karlsruhe, Germany)
  [27 Mar 2009] live appearance

  [Won the German Regenbogen Award for best artist international and performed same
   setlist as they did in the Camden Koko before. Setlist: "Love Etc." / "Always On
   My Mind"]

  Live at Benissimo TV Show (Zurich, Switzerland)
  [28 Mar 2009] live appearance

  [Performed: "Love Etc." and being interviewed right afterwards.]

  Live at TheDome (Munich, Germany)
  [22 May 2009] live appearance (TV broadcast 30 May)

  [Performed: "Love Etc." in front of a big audience of young people.]

  Live at UK Channel 4's Alan Carr Show (London, United Kingdom)
  [12 Jun 2009] recorded TV appearance (broadcast 14 Jun)

  [Performed: "Did You See Me Coming".]

  Live at UK BBC TV 1 Graham Norton Show (London, United Kingdom)
  [20 Jun 2009] recorded TV appearance

  [Performed: "West End Girls" / "Did You See Me Coming".]

  Live at NBCs The Late Show with Jimmy Fallon (New York, United States)
  [4 Sep 2009] recorded TV appearance

  [Performed: "Love etc.".]

  Live at Brazilian Globo TV on "Programa do Jo" (Brasilia, Brazil)
  [12 Oct 2009] recorded TV appearance

  [Being interviewed. Performed: "Love etc.".]

  Live at Peruean TV Pisco Sour on El Show de los SueÑos (Lima, Peru)
  [17 Oct 2009] live appearance

  [Performed: "Love etc. / Always On My Mind".]

  Pandemonium Tour
  [Summer/Autumn 2009] concert & festival tour

  [2009]
    10 Jun: Ice Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia
    11 Jun: Luzhnuki Arena, Moscow, Russia
    13 Jun: Rockdal, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
    14 Jun: Theaterhaus, Stuttgart, Germany
    15 Jun: Maak Halle, Zurich, Switzerland
    18 Jun: Apollo, Manchester, United Kingdom
    19 Mar: O2 Arena, London, United Kingdom
    22 Jun: Heineken Music Hall, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    24 Jun: Palladium, Cologne, Germany
    25 Jun: Tempodrom, Berlin, Germany
    26 Jun: Parkbuehne, Leipzig, Germany
    28 Jun: Cirkus, Stockholm, Sweden
    30 Jun: Eriksberghallen, GÝteborg, Sweden

    02 Jul: Old Ice Hall, Helsinki, Finland
    04 Jul: Roskilde Festival, Roskilde, Denmark
    07 Jul: Poble Espanyol, Barcelona, Spain
    08 Jul: Palacio Vistalegre, Madrid, Spain
    11 Jul: Oxegen Festival, Punchestown Racecourse, Ireland
    12 Jul: T In The Park Festival, Balado, United Kingdom
    13 Jul: Echo Arena, Liverpool, United Kingdom
    15 Jul: Olympia, Paris, France
    17 Jul: Latitude Festival, Suffolk, United Kingdom
    18 Jul: Dour Festival, Dour, Belgium
    21 Jul: Bitan 1, Tel Aviv, Israel

    29 Aug: The Metropolis, Montreal, Canada
    30 Aug: Molson Amphitheater, Toronto, Canada

    01 Sep: Hammerstein Ballroom, New York, United States
    02 Sep: Hammerstein Ballroom, New York, United States
    03 Sep: DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, United States
    05 Sep: House Of Blues, Boston, United States
    06 Sep: House Of Blues, Atlantic City, United States
    09 Sep: The Fillmore, Miami, United States
    10 Sep: The Tampa Bay, Tampa, United States
    11 Sep: House Of Blues, Orlando, United States
    12 Sep: Chastain Park, Atlanta, United States
    14 Sep: Chicago Theatre, Chicago, United States
    15 Sep: Pabst Theater, Milwaukee, United States
    16 Sep: State Theater, Minneapolis, United States
    19 Sep: Centre For The Performing Arts, Vancouver, Canada
    20 Sep: Moore Theater, Seattle, United States
    22 Sep: Warfied Theater, San Francisco, United States
    23 Sep: Warfied Theater, San Francisco, United States
    24 Sep: The Greek Theater, Los Angeles, United States
    26 Sep: The Joint, Las Vegas, United States
    29 Sep: Arena, Monterrey, Mexico

    01 Oct: Auditorio Nacional, Mexico City, Mexico
    07 Oct: Movistar Arena, Santiago, Chile
    09 Oct: Chevrolet Hall, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
    11 Oct: Marina Hall, Brasilia, Brazil
    13 Oct: Credicard Hall, São Paulo, Brazil
    14 Oct: Citybank Hall, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    16 Oct: Club Ciudad, Buenos Aires, Argentina
    20 Oct: Jockey Club, Lima, Peru
    22 Oct: USB, Caracas, Venezuela - canceled
    24 Oct: Olympic Stadium, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic - canceled

    20 Nov: Metropolitan Expo, Athens, Greece
    21 Nov: Vellidio Convention Center, Thessaloniki, Greece
    24 Nov: Sports Palace, Odessa, Ukraine - canceled
    25 Nov: Sports Palace, Kiev, Ukraine - canceled
    25 Nov: Coliseu do Porto, Oporto, Portugal - canceled
    26 Nov: Campo Pequeno, Lisboa, Portugal - canceled
    29 Nov: Zagreb Arena, Zagreb, Croatia

    01 Dec: NTC Arena, Bratislava, Slovakia
    02 Dec: Gasometer, Vienna, Austria
    03 Dec: Tesla Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
    05 Dec: O2 World, Berlin, Germany
    06 Dec: Stadthalle, Rostock, Germany
    08 Dec: KB Hallen, Copenhagen, Denmark
    09 Dec: CCH, Hamburg, Germany
    11 Dec: Stadthalle, Magdeburg, Germany
    12 Dec: Hall Munsterland, Månster, Germany
    14 Dec: Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt, Germany
    15 Dec: Lotto Arena, Antwerp, Belgium
    17 Dec: SECC, Glasgow, United Kingdom
    18 Dec: NIA, Birmingham, United Kingdom
    20 Dec: Evening News Arena, Manchester, United Kingdom
    21 Dec: O2 Arena, London, United Kingdom

  [Stage design again -like the Fundamental tour- by Es Devlin and choreographed by Lynne
   Page. With four dancers and Pete Gleadall. Performed an entire Stuart Price mashup
   megamix of their hits. They changed Love Comes Quickly with New York City Boy and What
   Have I Done To Deserve This? for the America part and the rest of the tour. They also
   include It Doesn't Often Snow At Christmas as second encore during the x-mas period
   and performed My Girl in the encore part between Being Boring and West End Girls on some
   shows in December. Setlist: "Intro (More Than A Dream - Dub) / "Heart" / "Did You See Me
   Coming" / "Pandemonium/Can You Forgive Her?" / "Love Comes Quickly" / "Love etc." /
   "(Integral) Building A Wall" / "(Paninaro) Go West" / "Two Devited By Zero" / "Why Don't
   We Live Together" / "New York City Boy" / "Always On My Mind" / "Closer To Devices" /
   "Do I Have To?" / "Kings Cross" / "The Way It Used To Be" / "Jealousy" / "Suburbia" /
   "What Have I Done To Deserve This?" / "All Over The World" / "Se A Vida È/Discoteca" /
   "Domino Dancing/Viva La Vida" / "It's A Sin" / (encore) "Being Boring" / "My Girl" / "West
   End Girls".]

  First performance at a fan's living room (London, United Kingdom)
  [17 Jan 2010] live appearance

  [The gig was arranged to celebrate this year's 30th anniversary of the Brit Awards. The boys,
   who were awarded the outstanding contribution to music prize in 2009, arrived with coloured
   cubes over their heads at the home of Lorraine Sands. The british fan won the private
   performance in a competition to tie in with the 2010 Brit Awards. Performed: "Suburbia" /
   "All over the world" / "It's a sin" / "West End girls".]

  Live at Wetten dass... (Erfurt, Germany)
  [27 Feb 2010] recorded TV appearance

  [Performed: "Suburbia/Love etc/Left To My Own Devices/Always On My Mind/Go West Medley".]

  Pandemonium Tour
  [Spring/Summer 2010] concert & festival tour

  [2010]
    29 May: Primavera Sound Festival, Barcelona, Spain

    23 Jun: Castello Visconteo, Pavia, Italy
    26 Jun: Glastonbury Festival, Glastonbury, United Kingdom

     8 Jul: Balaton Sound Festival, Lake Balaton, Hungary
    10 Jul: Tollwood Festival, Munich, Germany
    13 Jul: Empress Ballroom, Blackpool, United Kingdom
    16 Jul: Super Bock Rock Festival, Herdade Cabeço da Flauta, Portugal
    19 Jul: Brighton Centre, Brighton, United Kingdom
    20 Jul: Bournemouth International Centre, Bournemouth, United Kingdom
    21 Jul: International Arena, Cardiff, United Kingdom
    23 Jul: Newcastle Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, United Kingdom
    24 Jul: Splendour Festival, Nottingham, United Kingdom
    29 Jul: Twinkle Rock Festival, Taipei, Taiwan
    31 Jul: Jisan Valley Rock Festival, Icheon City, Republic of Korea

    21 Aug: V Festival, Weston Park, Staffordshire, United Kingdom
    22 Aug: V Festival, Hylands Park, Chelmsford, Essex, United Kingdom
    27 Aug: Xacobeo Festival, Monte do Gozo, Santiago de Compostela, Spain

     8 Dec: Hammersmith Apollo, London, United Kingdom

  Live at The Graham Norton Show (London, United Kingdom)
  [30 Oct 2010] recorded TV appearance (broadcast: 5 Nov 2010)

  [Performed: "Where The Streets Have No Name" / "Together".]

  Live at The One Show (London, United Kingdom)
  [9 Nov 2010] recorded TV appearance

  [Being interviewed in British BBC TV. No performance!]

  Live at the Alan Titchmarch Show (London, United Kingdom)
  [22 Nov 2010] recorded TV appearance (broadcast: 29 Nov 2010)

  [Performed: "Together" / "What Have I Done To Deserve This?".]

  Pandemonium in China (Bejing, China)
  [22 Jan 2011] live appearance

  [Played an hour-long set at an event hosted by the Italian fashion house, Prada.
   Performed: "???".]

  Progress Live Tour (Take That Special Guests)
  [Summer 2011] concert tour

  [2011]
    27 May: Sunderland Stadium Of Light, Sunderland, United Kingdom
    28 May: Sunderland Stadium Of Light, Sunderland, United Kingdom
    30 May: Sunderland Stadium Of Light, Sunderland, United Kingdom
    31 May: Sunderland Stadium Of Light, Sunderland, United Kingdom

     3 Jun: City Of Manchester Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
     4 Jun: City Of Manchester Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
     5 Jun: City Of Manchester Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
     7 Jun: City Of Manchester Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
     8 Jun: City Of Manchester Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
    10 Jun: City Of Manchester Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
    11 Jun: City Of Manchester Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
    12 Jun: City Of Manchester Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
    14 Jun: Cardiff Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, United Kingdom
    15 Jun: Cardiff Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, United Kingdom
    18 Jun: Dublin Croke Park, Dublin, Ireland
    19 Jun: Dublin Croke Park, Dublin, Ireland
    22 Jun: Glasgow Hampden Park, Glasgow, United Kingdom
    23 Jun: Glasgow Hampden Park, Glasgow, United Kingdom
    24 Jun: Glasgow Hampden Park, Glasgow, United Kingdom
    27 Jun: Birmingham Villa Park, Birmingham, United Kingdom
    28 Jun: Birmingham Villa Park, Birmingham, United Kingdom
    30 Jun: Wembley Stadium, London, United Kingdom

     1 Jul: Wembley Stadium, London, United Kingdom
     2 Jul: Wembley Stadium, London, United Kingdom
     4 Jul: Wembley Stadium, London, United Kingdom
     5 Jul: Wembley Stadium, London, United Kingdom
     6 Jul: Wembley Stadium, London, United Kingdom
     8 Jul: Wembley Stadium, London, United Kingdom
     9 Jul: Wembley Stadium, London, United Kingdom
    12 Jul: San Siro, Milan, Italy
    15 Jul: Parken, Copenhagen, Denmark
    16 Jul: Parken, Copenhagen, Denmark
    18 Jul: Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    22 Jul: Imtech Arena, Hamburg, Germany
    25 Jul: Esprit Arena, Dusseldorf, Germany
    29 Jul: Olympiastadion, Munich, Germany

  [A 40-minute set which included highlights of their recent Pandemonium tour which was
   designed by Es Devlin who also was part of the creative team working on the Take That
   Progress Live 2011 tour. Performed: "More Than A Dream/Heart" / "Love etc." / "Go
   West" / "Together" / "Always On My Mind" / "Left To My Own Devices" /
   "Suburbia" / "Se A Vida É (That's The Way Life Is)" / (encore) "It's A Sin" / "West
   End Girls".]

  Live at the Sydney Resolution Concert Series (Glebe Island, Sydney, Australia)
  [31 Dec 2011] live appearance

  [Played an hour-long set very similar to the past few gigs at overseas.
   Performed: "More Than A Dream/Heart" / "Love etc." / "Go West" / "Together" /
   "Always On My Mind" / "Left To My Own Devices" / "Suburbia" / "Se A
   Vida É (That's The Way Life Is)" / "It's A Sin" / "West End Girls".]

  Live at the Afisha Picnic Festival (Moscow, Russia)
  [21 Jul 2012] live appearance

  [Played nearly the complete Pandemonium Tour set.
   Performed: "More Than A Dream/Heart" / "Did You See Me Coming?" / "Pandemonium/Can You
   Forgive Her?" / "Love etc." / "(Paninaro) Go West" / "Two Devited By Zero" / "Why Don't
   We Live Together" / "New York City Boy" / "Always On My Mind" / "Closer To Devices" /
   "Do I Have To?" / "Kings Cross" / "Together" / "Suburbia" / "What Have I Done To Deserve
   This?" / "All Over The World" / "Se A Vida È/Discoteca" / "Domino Dancing/Viva La
   Vida" / "It's A Sin" / (encore) "Being Boring" / "West End Girls".]

  Live at the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Tennis (London, UK)
  [28 Jul 2012] live appearance

  [Opened the Henman Hill at Wimbledon to mark the beginning of the Olympic tennis.
   Performed: "Always On My Mind" / "What Have I Done To Deserve This?" / "Winner".]

  Live at the Olympic Closing Ceremony (London, UK)
  [12 Aug 2012] live appearance

  [Dressed in conical hats and sung and played on two rickshaws during a ride around the
   olympic stadium.
   Performed: "West End Girls".]

  Live with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra (Salford, United Kingdom)
  [6 Dec 2012] live appearance

  [Performed a concert with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra in Salford, Greater Manchester, as
   well as a selection of old and new songs, together with the premiere of a piece they've been
   written inspired by the British scientist, mathematician and code-breaker, Alan Turing. The
   concert was broadcast by british BBC Radio 2 also. Performed: "Tonight Is Forever" / "This
   Must Be The Place, I Waited Years To Leave" / "Can You Forgive Her?" / "Memory Of The Future" /
   "Miracles" / "Leaving" / "It Couldn't Happen Here" / "Breathing Space" / "New York City Boy" /
   "The Survivors" / "For All Of Us" / "(Turin Project) He Dreamed Of Machines" / "Hold On" /
   "West End Girls" / "Requiem" / (encore) "Miracles" / "Hold On".]

  Live at the New Years Eve Ceremony (Berlin, Germany)
  [31 Dec 2012] live appearance

  [Dressed in the usual "Leaving" design, performed 4 songs on stage in front of the Berlin
   Brandenburger Gate. Performed: "Intro (Overture to Performance)" / "Go West" / "Winner" /
   "Suburbia" / "Memory Of The Future".]

  Live at the Cumbre Tajín Festival (Papantla de Olarte/Veracruz, Mexico)
  [22 Mar 2013] live appearance

  [A new tour set to promote their Electric album which included a new stage design by
   Es Devlin and a new tracklist with old and new songs, mixed again by Stuart Price.
   Performed: "Axis" / "One More Chance/Face Like That" / "Opportunities" / "Memory Of The
   Future" / "Fugitive/Integral" / "(Sample of "The Rite Of Spring" by Igor Stravinsky.)/I
   Wouldn't Normally Do This Kind Of Thing" / "Suburbia" / "I'm Not Scared" / "Invisible" /
   "The Last To Die/Somewhere" / "West End Girls" / "Domino Dancing" / "Love etc." / "It's
   A Sin" / (encore) "Always On My Mind" / "Go West".]

  Electric Tour (Part 1)
  [Spring/Summer/Autumn 2013] concert tour

  [2013]
    13 May: Movistar Arena, Santiago, Chile
    15 May: Luna Park, Buenos Aires, Argentina (private show)
    16 May: Luna Park, Buenos Aires, Argentina
    18 May: Yacht y Golf Club, Asuncion, Paraguay
    22 May: Credicard Hall, São Paulo, Brazil
    25 May: Centro de Eventos Bima, Bogota, Colombia

     3 Jun: Oktiaborski Concert Hall, St Petersburg, Russian Federation
     5 Jun: Crocus City Hall, Moscow, Russian Federation
     9 Jun: Falconer Salen, Copenhagen, Denmark
    11 Jun: Grand Rex, Paris, France
    15 Jun: Sónar Festival, Barcelona, Spain
    18 Jun: O2 Arena, London, United Kingdom
    20 Jun: Manchester Arena, Manchester, United Kingdom
    23 Jun: Nokia Hall, Tel Aviv, Israel
    26 Jun: Life Park, Istanbul, Turkey 
    29 Jun: Peace & Love Festival, Borlänge, Sweden
	
     1 Jul: Dortmunder Music Week, Dortmund, Germany
     3 Jul: KV Arena, Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic
     5 Jul: Õllesummer 20, Song Festival Grounds, Tallinn, Estonia
     7 Jul: Ruisrock Festival, Turku, Finland
     9 Jul: ZMF, Freiburg, Germany
    10 Jul: Tollwood Festival - Musik Arena, Munich, Germany
    13 Jul: Byblos Festival, Byblos, Lebanon
    16 Jul: Ejekt Festival, Athens, Greece
	
     3 Aug: Resorts World Convention Centre, Sentosa, Singapore
     6 Aug: Araneta Coliseum, Manila, Philippines
     9 Aug: SonicMania, Tokyo, Japan
    11 Aug: Summer Sonic Festival, Tokyo, Japan
    15 Aug: Supersonic Festival, Seoul, South Korea
    17 Aug: Skenoo Hall, Jakarta, Indonesia
    20 Aug: Shanghai Grand Stage, Shanghai, China
    22 Aug: Mastercard Centre, Beijing, China
    24 Aug: Impact Exhibition Centre, Bangkok, Thailand
	
     4 Sep: Ergo Arena, Gdansk, Poland
     6 Sep: Berlin Festival, Berlin, Germany
    12 Sep: Jackie Gleason Theatre, Miami Beach, United States
    13 Sep: Mahaffey Theatre, Saint Petersburg, United States
    14 Sep: Symphony Hall, Atlanda, United States
    16 Sep: Beacon Theatre, New York, United States
    17 Sep: Beacon Theatre, New York, United States
    19 Sep: Music Centre at Strathmore, Bethesda, United States
    21 Sep: House of Blues, Boston, United States
    22 Sep: Mann Centre for the Performing Arts, Philadelphia, United States
    24 Sep: Olympia Theatre, Montreal, Canada
    25 Sep: Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, Canada
    27 Sep: Caesars Windsor – The Colosseum, Windsor, Canada
    28 Sep: Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, United States

     2 Oct: Paramount Theatre, Seattle, United States
     3 Oct: Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, Canada
     4 Oct: Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Portland, United States
     5 Oct: Fox Theatre, Oakland, United States
     7 Oct: Fox Theater, Oakland, United States
     8 Oct: Copley Symphony Hall, San Diego, United States
    11 Oct: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino − The Joint, Las Vegas, United States
    12 Oct: Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, United States
    15 Oct: Arena Ciudad, Mexico City, Mexico 

  [Similar as it was in Mexico in March, but now with a full set of "banging" songs from 
   the last three decades of their career. All mixed and arranged by Stuart Price.
   Performed: "Axis" / "One More Chance/Face Like That" / "Opportunities" / "Memory Of The
   Future" / "Fugitive/Integral" / "(Sample of "The Rite Of Spring" by Igor Stravinsky.)/I
   Wouldn't Normally Do This Kind Of Thing" / "Suburbia" / "I'm Not Scared" / "Invisible" /
   "The Last To Die/Somewhere" / "Leaving" / "Thursday" / "Love etc." / "I Get Excited/Rent" / 
   "Miracles" / "It's A Sin" / "Domino Dancing" / "Love Is A Bourgeous Construct" / "Always 
   On My Mind" / (encore) "West End Girls" / ("Go West") / "Vocal".]

  Live at Hogmanay at the Gardens (Edinburgh, United Kingdom) 
  [31 Dec 2013] live appearance

  [Pet Shop Boys Hogmanay set list in Edinburgh was performed in two halves - on either 
   side of midnight when there was a spectacular firework display above Edinburgh Castle. 
   Neil and Chris were joined on stage by Electric dancers, Merry Holden and Tom Herron, 
   and Pandemonium dancers, Polly and Sophie Duniam. Performed: "Axis/It's A Sin" / 
   "Opportunities" / "Rent" / "Love etc." / "The Rite Of Spring/I Wouldn't Normally Do 
   This Kind Of Thing" / "Suburbia" / "Se A Vida /Discoteca/Viva La Vida" / "Left To 
   My Own Devices" / Break / "Go West" / "What Have I Done To Deserve This?" / "New 
   York City Boy" / " Thursday" / "Domino Dancing" / "Heart" / "Always On My Mind" / 
   Encore: "Being Boring" / "West End Girls" / "Vocal".]

  Electric Tour (Part 2)
  [2014/2015] concert tour

  [2014]
     8 Apr: Fox Theater, Oakland, California, United States
    11 Apr: Majestic Ventura Theater, Ventura, California, United States
    12 Apr: Coachella Festival, Coachella, California, United States
    15 Apr: The Majestic Theatre, Dallas, Texas, United States
    16 Apr: ACL live at the Moody Theater, Austin, Texas, United States
    18 Apr: Comerica Theatre, Phoenix, Arizona, United States
    19 Apr: Coachella Festival, Coachella, California, United States
    23 Apr: Moogfest 2014, Asheville, North Carolina, United States
    25 Apr: Revel Casino Hotel, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
    26 Apr: Terminal 5, New York, United States

     3 May: Estrella Levante SOS 4.8 Festival, Murcia, Spain
     9 May: Sandance Festival, Atlantis the Palm, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    24 May: Babylon Soundgarden Festival, Istanbul, Turkey
    29 May: Brighton Centre, Brighton, United Kingdom
    31 May: World Club Dome, Commerzbank-Arena, Frankfurt, Germany

     6 Jun: Vivid Sydney Festival, The Carriageworks, Sydney, Australia
     7 Jun: Vivid Sydney Festival, The Carriageworks, Sydney, Australia
     8 Jun: Vivid Sydney Festival, The Carriageworks, Sydney, Australia 
    13 Jun: Birmingham LG Arena, Birmingham, United Kingdom 
    15 Jun: Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, United Kingdom 
    16 Jun: Blackpool Empress Ballroom, Blackpool, United Kingdom 

     4 Jul: Jazz Fest Wien, Vienna State Opera, Vienna, Austria 
     7 Jul: Budapest Park, Budapest, Hungary 
    10 Jul: Exit Festival, Novi Sad, Serbia 
    12 Jul: LMT Summer Sound, Liepaja, Latvia 
    14 Jul: Live At Sunset Festival, Zurich, Switzerland 
    18 Jul: Pori Jazz Festival, Pori, Finland 
    23 Jul: BBC Prom/Royal Albert Hall, London, United Kingdom 
    25 Jul: Traffic Festival, Turin, Italy 
    30 Jul: Starlite Festival, Marbella, Spain 

     1 Aug: Plaza La Laboral, Gijon, Spain 
     3 Aug: Cap Roig Festival, Girona, Spain 
     7 Aug: Smukfest Festival Skandeborg, Skandeborg, Denmark 
     9 Aug: Lokerse Festival, Lokeren, Belgium 
    10 Aug: Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrecht, Netherlands 
    11 Aug: Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrecht, Netherlands 
    13 Aug: Karlin Hall, Prague, Czech Republic 
    15 Aug: Smukfest Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark 
    29 Aug: Electric Picnic, Stradbally, Ireland 
    31 Aug: Bingley Music Live Festival, Bingley, United Kingdom 

     2 Sep: The Sage, Gateshead, United Kingdom 
     3 Sep: The Sage, Gateshead, United Kingdom 
     5 Sep: Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow, United Kingdom 
     7 Sep: Festival No. 6, Portmeirion, United Kingdom 
    20 Sep: Singapore Airlines Grand Prix, Singapore, Singapore 
    24 Sep: Stadium Negara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
    26 Sep: Asiaworld Expo Hall 10, Hong Kong, China 
    28 Sep: Linko Dome, Taipei, Taiwan 

    22 Nov: Conrad Resort and Casino, Punta del Este, Uruguay
  
    12 Dec: Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa 
    15 Dec: Good Hope Centre, Cape Town, South Africa 
    19 Dec: Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban, South Africa 

  [2015]
     5 Jun: Festival Contempopranea, Badajoz, Spain 
     7 Jun: Tres Sesenta Festival, Pamplona, Spain 
     8 Jun: Festival Jardins De Pedralbes, Barcelona, Spain 
    25 Jun: Auditorium Parco della Musica, Roma, Italy 
    27 Jun: Flow Festival Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia 

     2 Jul: House Festival, Richmond, London, United Kingdom

    14 Aug: Way Out West, Slottsskogen, Gteborg, Sweden 
    15 Aug: Flow Festival, Helsinki, Finland 

  [Despite the fact, they mostly played on festival venues on this second part of the Electric 
   tour, the set/list was shorter and mostly not the full show. Performed: "Axis" / "One More 
   Chance/Face Like That" / "Opportunities" / "Fugitive/Integral" / "(Sample of "The Rite Of 
   Spring" by Igor Stravinsky.)/I Wouldn't Normally Do This Kind Of Thing" / "Suburbia" / "I'm 
   Not Scared" / "Flourescent" / "West End Girls" / "Somewhere" / "Leaving" / "Thursday" / 
   "Love etc." / "I Get Excited/Rent" / encore / "It's A Sin" / "Domino Dancing" / "Always 
   On My Mind" / "Go West" / "Vocal".]

  Inner Sanctum Tour
  [20-23 Jul 2016] live appearance

  [They named the performance Inner Sanctum, after a song on their new album and the VIP part 
   of a nightclub which only the privileged can access. That was what it felt like  an 4 day 
   arena-worthy show in a relatively small space, complete with balloons, crazy outfits and 
   enough lasers to down the Millennium Falcon. Music was produced by producer, Stuart Price, 
   with Pete Gleadall as musical director and programmer at rehearsals and in the performances. 
   Joining Neil and Chris on stage were Afrika Green (percussion and vocals), Christina Hizon 
   (keyboards, violin and vocals) and Simon Tellier (percussion, keyboards and vocals). Es 
   Devlin was creative director of the show and Lynne Page stage director andchoreographer. 
   Performed: "Inner Sanctum" / "West End Girls (10-inch version)" / "The Pop Kids" / "In The 
   Night" / "Burn" / "Love Is ABourgeois Construct" / "New York City Boy" / "Se AVida " / 
   "Twenty-Something" / "Love Comes Quickly" / "Love etc." / "The Dictator Decides" / "Inside 
   ADream" / "Winner (HappySad version)" / "Home And Dry (Ambient version)" / "The Enigma" / 
   "Vocal"/ "The Sodom And Gomorrah Show" / "It's ASin" / "Left To My Own Devices" / "Go 
   West" / encore / "Domino Dancing" / "Always On My Mind" / "The Pop Kids (Offer Nissim Drama 
   version)".]

  Super Tour
  [2016/2017] concert tour

  [2016]
    13 Oct: Espacio Riesco Convention Center, Santiago, Chile
    15 Oct: BUE Festival 2016, Buenos Aires, Argentina
    21 Oct: The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
    22 Oct: The Complex, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
    24 Oct: Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
    25 Oct: Keller Auditorium, Portland, Ontario, United States
    27 Oct: Fox Theater, Oakland, California, United States
    28 Oct: Fox Theater, Oakland, California, United States
    29 Oct: Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles, California, United States

     1 Nov: Long Center for the Performing Arts, Austin, Texas, United States
     2 Nov: White Oak Music Hall, Houston, Texas, United States
     4 Nov: Andrew Jackson Hall at TPAC, Nashville, Tenessee, United States
     5 Nov: Civic Opera House, Chicago, Ilinois, United States
     6 Nov: Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
     7 Nov: Orpheum Theatre, Boston, Massachusets, United States
    10 Nov: Mayo Performing Arts Center, Morristown, New Jersey, United States
    11 Nov: Warner Theatre, Washington DC, United States
    12 Nov: The Theater at Madison Square Garden, New York, United States
    14 Nov: Symphony Hall, Atlanta, Georgia, United States
    15 Nov: Mahaffey Theater, Saint Petersburg, Florida, United States
    16 Nov: Jackie Gleason Center, Miami, Florida, United States
    19 Nov: Corona Capital Festival, Mexico City, Mexico
    26 Nov: Arena, Leipzig, Germany
    27 Nov: Palladium, Kln, Germany
    28 Nov: Poppodium 013, Tillburg, Holland
    30 Nov: Theater am Gromarkt, Hamburg, Germany
  
     1 Dec: Tempodrom, Berlin, Germany 
     2 Dec: Jahrunderthalle, Frankfurt, Germany 
     4 Dec: Opera House, Copenhagen, Denmark 
     5 Dec: Opera House, Copenhagen, Denmark 
     8 Dec: VTB Park Legend Arena, Moscow, Russia 

  [2017]
    18 Feb: First Direct Arena, Leeds, United Kingdom 
    19 Feb: Arena, Manchester, United Kingdom 
    21 Feb: Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow, United Kingdom 
    22 Feb: Playhouse, Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
    24 Feb: Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham, United Kingdom 
    26 Feb: International Centre, Bournemouth, United Kingdom 
    28 Feb: Olympia, Paris, France (canceled)

    10 Jun: Hayarkon Park, Tel Aviv, Israel 
    17 Jun: Bergenfest, Bergen, Norway 
    21 Jun: Empress Ball, Blackpool, United Kingdom
    22 Jun: Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, United Kingdom 
    24 Jun: Tinderbox Festival, Odense, Denmark 
    25 Jun: Swiss Life Hall, Hannover, Germany 
    26 Jun: Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, Germany
    28 Jun: Halle 45, Mainz, Germany 
    29 Jun: Elbufer, Dresden, Germany 

     1 Jul: Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin, Germany 
     3 Jul: Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland 
     6 Jul: Henley Festival, Henley-on-Thames, United Kingdom 
     8 Jul: Cruilla Festival, Barcelona, Spain 
    10 Jul: Universal Music Festival at Teatro Real, Madrid, Spain
    17 Jul: Ruhr Congress Hall, Bochum, Germany
    18 Jul: Koninklijk Theater Carr, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    22 Jul: Tall Ships Races Music Festival, Turku, Finland
    27 Jul: Dalhalla, Rttvik, Sweden
    28 Jul: Storsjyran Festival, stersund, Sweden
    31 Jul: Lucca Summer Festival, Lucca, Italy

     5 Aug: Brighton Pride Summer Of Love, Brighton, United Kingdom 
    12 Aug: Jazine Open Air, Zadar, Croatia 
    15 Aug: Brussels Summer Festival, Brussels, Belgium

     2 Sep: Sage Gateshead, Newcastle, United Kingdom 
     3 Sep: Sage Gateshead, Newcastle, United Kingdom 
     5 Sep: Bord Gis Energy Theatre, Dublin, Ireland
     6 Sep: Bord Gis Energy Theatre, Dublin, Ireland
    10 Sep: Bestival 2017, Dorset, United Kingdom 
    15 Sep: Rock In Rio, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
    17 Sep: NET Live Brasilia, Brasilia, Brazil
    19 Sep: Espaco Das Americas, Sao Paulo, Brazil 
    21 Sep: Live Curitiba, Curitiba, Brazil
    23 Sep: Pepsi On Stage, Porto Alegre, Brazil
    27 Sep: Anfiteatro del Parque de la Exposicin, Lima, Peru 

     1 Oct: Auditorio Pabelln M, Monterrey, Mexico
     3 Oct: Sports Palace, Mexico City, Mexico

  [... 
   Performed: "Inner Sanctum" / "West End Girls (10-inch version)" / "The Pop Kids" / "In The 
   Night" / "Burn" / "Love Is ABourgeois Construct" / "New York City Boy" / "Se AVida " / 
   "Love Comes Quickly" / "Love etc." / "The Dictator Decides" / "Inside ADream" / "Winner 
   (HappySad version)" / "Home And Dry (Ambient version)" / "The Enigma" / "Vocal"/ "The Sodom 
   And Gomorrah Show" / "It's ASin" / "Left To My Own Devices" / "Go West" / encore / "Domino 
   Dancing" / "Always On My Mind" / "The Pop Kids (Offer Nissim Drama version)".]

  Live on Vecherniy Urgant Russia 1 (Moscow, Russia)
  [7 Dec 2016] TV appearance

  [Live appearance in a famous Russean 'Late Night' TV show with the complete Super tour stage crew.
   Performed: "It's A Sin" / "Burn".]

  Live at the Royal Albert Hall (London, United Kingdom) 
  [2 Apr 2017] live appearance

  [Played aspecial one off London show in support of Teenage Cancer Trust, taking place at the 
   Royal Albert Hall. They will be joined by Johnny Marr and the Royal Philharmonic Concert 
   Orchestra for anight of orchestrated songs. Performed: "...".]
 
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