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30 October 2014

South Africa

Pet Shop Boys will perform for the very first time to audiences in South Africa this December. Their acclaimed Electric tour (which has visited 45 countries with 104 shows to date) will now come to Johannesburg and Cape Town to headline at both of their 2014 Sonar festivals. A third date will be a PSB plus support show in Durban. The dates and details for these three shows are as follows –

December 12th: A Taste of Sonar Festival, Nasrec Expo Centre, Johannesburg
December 15th: Sonar Cape Town Festival, Good Hope Centre, Cape Town
December 19th: People’s Park, Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban

Tickets for each of the three South African shows (including VIP packages for Durban) are now on sale and can be purchased from the links below.

Johannesburg tickets
Cape Town tickets
Durban tickets


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On this day

1987: Chris and Neil are winding up a three-week stint in South London and Clacton filming It Couldn't Happen Here.

1994: The Pet Shop Boys perform in Mexico City for a second night.

2006: Continuing their post-touring vacation, Neil and Chris enjoy an evening as spectators at a Mexican wrestling match at the Monterrey Coliseo.

2009: The Boys perform in Thessaloniki, Greece.

2010: Neil and Chris are interviewed on Matthew Rudd's Q Radio show, during which records by other artists selected by them are also played. The most delightful surprise to this writer? - Bob Lind's big 1966 folk-pop hit 'Elusive Butterfly.'

2011: London department store Fortnum & Mason unveils their 2011 Christmas window decorations. The store's creative director, Paul Symes, tells an interviewer that this year's display is inspired by the Pet Shop Boys' music video for 'What Have I Done to Deserve This?' He points out, 'We’ve been very careful to stay on the glamorous side and not stray into anything seedy.'

Lyric of the day

On the line
a broken train
going nowhere
Endless rain

From Birthday boy

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