Kelly Lee Owens & Stella Rose and The Dead Language to support upcoming Depeche Mode tour

English electronic rockers Depeche Mode have recruited Kelly Lee Owens and Stella Rose and The Dead Language as special guest support for the first leg of their Memento Mori World Tour, which goes down this spring.

Kelly Lee Owens will open almost all tour dates, with the exception of the trek closer at Madison Square Garden in NYC on April 14th, which will feature support from Stella Rose and The Dead Language. Learn more about both acts at the end of this post.

The Memento Mori Tour marks Depeche Mode’s 19th tour and their first in over five years. The run starts a few days after the release of the band’s 15th studio album, ‘Memento Mori,’ which is set to drop on March 17th through Columbia Records.

More Depeche Mode North American shows will be announced in the near future, stay tuned for more info, and scroll down below for all upcoming tour dates.

Memento Mori World Tour 2023 (North America):
March 23 Sacramento, CA Golden 1 Center [TIX]
March 25 San Jose, CA SAP Center [TIX]
March 28 Los Angeles, CA Kia Forum [TIX]
March 30 Las Vegas, NV T-Mobile Arena [TIX]
April 2 San Antonio, TX AT&T Center [TIX]
April 5 Chicago, IL United Center [TIX]
April 7 Toronto, ON Scotiabank Arena [TIX]
April 9 Quebec City, QC Videotron Centre [TIX]
April 12 Montreal, QC Centre Bell [TIX]
April 14 New York, NY Madison Square Garden * [TIX]
Kelly Lee Owens supports on all dates except * Stella Rose and The Dead Language

Memento Mori World Tour 2023 (Europe/UK):
May 16 Amsterdam, NL Ziggo Dome [TIX]
May 20 Antwerp, BE Sportpaleis Antwerpen [TIX]
May 23 Stockholm, SE Friends Arena [TIX]
May 26 Leipzig, DE Leipziger Festwiese [TIX]
May 28 Bratislava, SK Národný Futbalový Štadión [TIX]
May 31 Bordeaux, FR Matmut Atlantique [TIX]
June 2 Barcelona, ES Primavera Sound Festival
June 4 Dusseldorf, DE Merkur Spiel-Arena [TIX]
June 6 Dusseldorf, DE Merkur Spiel-Arena [TIX]
June 9 Madrid, ES Primavera Sound Festival
June 11 Bern, CH Stadion Wankdorf [TIX]
June 14 Dublin, IE Malahide Castle [TIX]
June 17 London, UK Twickenham Stadium [TIX]
June 20 Munich, DE Olympiastadion [TIX]
June 22 Lille, FR Stade Pierre Mauroy [TIX]
June 24 Paris, FR Stade de France [TIX]
June 27 Copenhagen, DK Parken [TIX]
June 29 Frankfurt, DE Deutsche Bank Park [TIX]
July 4 Lyon, FR Groupama Stadium [TIX]
July 7 Berlin, DE Olympiastadion [TIX]
July 12 Rome, IT Stadio Olympico [TIX]
July 14 Milan, IT San Siro [TIX]
July 16 Bologna, IT Stadio Renato Dall’Ara [TIX]
July 21 Klagenfurt, AT Wörthersee Stadion [TIX]
July 23 Zagreb, HR Arena Zagreb
July 26 Bucharest, RO Arena Națională
July 28 Budapest, HU Puskás Aréna
July 30 Prague, CZ Letňany Airport [TIX]
August 2 Warsaw, PL PGE Narodowy [TIX]
August 6 Tallinn, EE Tallinna Lauluväljak
August 8 Helsinki, FI Kaisaniemen Puisto [TIX]
August 11 Oslo, NO Telenor Arena [TIX]

About Kelly Lee Owens (from a presser):
Wales-born London-bred musician and producer Kelly Lee Owens’ unique melding of electronic music’s coolness and warmth has built her an eclectic following of fans, critics, and fellow musicians including St. Vincent, Bjork, John Cale, and of course Depeche Mode. With vocals as confident and captivating as her beats, Owens has built a formidable solo discography that includes the albums Kelly Lee Owens, Inner Song, and her latest record LP.8, released in spring 2022 to unanimous critical praise, including Clash magazine’s lauding its “giant leap in her evolution as an artist, continuing to build on an ever-growing discography of limitless promise”

About Stella Rose and The Dead Language (from a presser):
Darkly poetic and industrial leaning, Stella Rose and her band The Dead Language have graced venues all over their native New York City and Brooklyn. With a confidence that belies the band’s relative newness, The Dead Language has quickly built a distinctive sonic and visual identity on the foundation of Stella Rose’s lyricism and stage presence. Myles Mullen completes The Dead Language’s assault on the senses, painting the stage with imagery that meshes with and reacts to the music, creating a visceral story for the audience. The result is utterly unique and new—while paying homage to the downtown NYC golden age(s) that gave us the Velvet Underground, Patti Smith, Blondie, and Warhol’s Factory. Stella Rose’s first two singles, “Muddled Man” and “Angel” were released in Fall 2022.

Depeche Mode Memento Mori tour dates

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