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1 June 2016

BUE Festival, Argentina

BUE Festival, Argentina

Pet Shop Boys will bring The Super Tour to Argentina on Saturday 15th October, performing at BUE Festival 2016. Iggy Pop, Wilco and The Libertines are among the artists also appearing with more to be announced. The acclaimed music festival will take place at the Tecnópolis exhibition in Buenos Aires.

Pre-sale tickets for the festival will begin from 1 am on Friday 3rd June. The general on sale will be just over a week later on June 12th. Tickets can be purchased using the link below.

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