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8 April 2020

Dreamworld rescheduled

Dreamworld rescheduled

In light of recent government advice in relation to the ongoing situation and threat of COVID-19 globally, Pet Shop Boys’ Dreamworld tour can no longer commence as planned in May 2020 and the dates are being rescheduled. The European leg of the tour was planned to start on May 1st in Berlin but promoters, following government advice, are working on alternative dates which will be announced shortly. The UK shows have now been rescheduled to May 2021 and the full list of new dates is below. Tickets for the original dates will remain valid for the new dates but refunds will be made available if required in due course. This delay is very disappointing for Pet Shop Boys and all of their team and, of course, for those who have bought tickets but circumstances demand it. We look forward to seeing you in 2021 and, until then, stay safe!

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Memorable Pet Shop Boys moments on BBC Radio, including their 2002 Peel session, standing in for Simon Bates in 1991 and an interview with Jo Whiley in 2016, will be aired on BBC Radio 6 Music at midnight tonight.

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A range of tour merch to accompany Pet Shop Boys’ “Dreamworld” tour is now available to pre-order in the official PSB online store.

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The Dreamworld tour moves from the UK to Denmark.

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