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30 October 2014

South Africa

Pet Shop Boys will perform for the very first time to audiences in South Africa this December. Their acclaimed Electric tour (which has visited 45 countries with 104 shows to date) will now come to Johannesburg and Cape Town to headline at both of their 2014 Sonar festivals. A third date will be a PSB plus support show in Durban. The dates and details for these three shows are as follows –

December 12th: A Taste of Sonar Festival, Nasrec Expo Centre, Johannesburg
December 15th: Sonar Cape Town Festival, Good Hope Centre, Cape Town
December 19th: People’s Park, Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban

Tickets for each of the three South African shows (including VIP packages for Durban) are now on sale and can be purchased from the links below.

Johannesburg tickets
Cape Town tickets
Durban tickets


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On this day

1963: Future Smiths/Electronic guitarist and frequent PSB collaborator John Maher—better known as Johnny Marr—is born in Manchester, U.K.

1984: The Pet Shop Boys sign a five-year management contract with Tom Watkins of Massive Management.

1999: The Boys perform at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.

2005: Neil and Chris write an unidentified song with Robbie Williams.

2010: Continuing the promotional activities related to the new PSB hits collection Ultimate, Neil is featured on Matt Everitt's BBC6 radio show The First Time. The music programmed for the show includes not only several PSB numbers but also tracks by other artists that have influenced them or otherwise played a role in their history, including (among others) the Beatles' 'Fool on the Hill,' the Incredible String Band's 'October,' the Flirts' 'Passion,' Donna Summer's 'I Feel Love,' and, perhaps most surprisingly, Isao Tomita's electronic rendition of Debussy's 'The Girl with the Flaxen Hair.'

Lyric of the day

Came down from the North
You know the way they do
Got a cheeky smile
Sexy Northerner

From Sexy Northerner

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