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11 March 2014
UK Electric Tour

Pet Shop Boys will play four more Electric shows across the UK this year, visiting Brighton, Birmingham, Cardiff and Blackpool across May and June. Following last year’s arena shows, these 2014 dates will now allow other areas of the UK to experience the production which features songs from the critically acclaimed Electric album produced by Stuart Price as well as many PSB classics. Later in the summer, PSB will also bring the production to the Bingley Music Live Festival on August 31st. Tickets for this festival have now gone on sale. The tour dates are: May 29th – Brighton Centre June 13th – Birmingham LG Arena June 15th – Cardiff Motorpoint Arena June 16th – Blackpool Empress Ballroom August 31st – Bingley Music Live Festival Pre-sale tickets for the May and June shows will go on sale Thursday 13th March at 9am (UK time), followed by the general sale the very next day on March 14th. Tickets can be purchased from the links listed below.

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