Depeche Mode announce new Dublin date

Depeche Mode are heading back to Dublin next year. The band released their first album since the death of keyboardist Andy Fletcher (left) earlier this year


DEPECHE Mode have announced a new Dublin show for next year.

The synth-rock veterans, who recently played a sold-out date at Malahide Castle, will visit Dublin's 3Arena on February 3 as one of 29 newly announced dates for the 2024 leg of their ongoing Memento Mori tour.


These new 22 city European tour dates begin on January 22 at London’s O2 Arena and will finish on April 5 with shows at Lanxess Arena in Cologne, Germany.

With over two million tickets already sold, the Memento Mori Tour is on track to be one of Depeche Mode’s largest to date, as well as one of the largest worldwide tours of this year.

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Tickets for the Dublin date at 3Arena go on sale Saturday July 15 costing from €77 including booking fees at 10am via