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19 September 2007

Valencia and Zaragoza

Valencia and Zaragoza

As already announced, Pet Shop Boys will be performing at the Pilar Festival in Zaragoza, Spain, on October 11th. We have been informed that tickets priced 15.00 Euros will be available from IberCaja at the link below from Friday, September 21st.. We are also pleased to announce that on October 25th Pet Shop Boys will be performing in Valencia, Spain, as part of the Greenspace Festival. Tickets will go on sale on Thursday, September 20th from Ticktackticket (link below) priced 30.00 Euros in advance or 36.00 Euros at the box office on the show day. Both concerts will be the full Fundamental Tour production. The latest PSB tour schedule can be found in the TOUR section of this site.

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