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14 July 2006

Three German concerts

Tonight Pet Shop Boys headline the Melt Festival in Gräfenhainichen, situated betwen Berlin and Leipzig. Described as "one of the most extraordinary and avant garde open air festivals in Germany", other artists performing tonight include Hot Chip, Phoenix, The Kooks and Miss Kittin. On Monday they will be performing in Bonn, returning to Museumsplatz, where they played "Battleship Potemkin" last year. Finally on Thursday they'll be performing "Battleship Potemkin" with the Dresdner Sinfoniker in a special concert to celebrate the 800th anniversary of Dresden. Pet Shop Boys will be returning to Germany to play at Schlossgarten Ludwigslust on September 2nd. Go to the TOUR section for links and ticket details.

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