Depeche Mode Announce First Live Shows in Five Years – Memento Mori World Tour 2023

Show in the Olympiastadion Berlin on July 7th, 2023. Additional show on July 9th, 2023.

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2020 inductees Depeche Mode announced today at a special event in Berlin that they will be releasing a new album and embarking on a world tour in 2023. The ‘Memento Mori’ Tour will support the band’s forthcoming 15th studio album, Memento Mori, due out in Spring 2023.

The band will begin their European leg of their stadium tour on May 16th, with noted stops including the Stade de France in Paris, the Olympiastadion Berlin, Milan’s San Siro Stadium, and London’s Twickenham Stadium. For further informationon the tour routing and ticket on-sale dates, please go to depechemode.com.


Information regarding ticket sales:

Information regarding the ticket sales can be found at Live Nation.
Hospitality packages can be found in our VIP shop at https://shop-olympiastadion.berlin/en.


In speaking about Memento Mori, Martin Gore commented, “We started work on this project early in the pandemic, and its themes were directly inspired by that time. After Fletch’s passing, we decided to continue as we’re sure this is what he would have wanted, and that has really given the project an extra level of meaning.” Dave Gahan added, “Fletch would have loved this album. We’re really looking forward to sharing itwith you soon, and we can’t wait to present it to you live at the shows next year.

The ‘Memento Mori’ Tour will be Depeche Mode’s 19th tour and their first inoverfive years. The band’s most recent outing, the 2017-2018 Global Spirit Tour was its longest to dateand was one of the year’s highest grossingtours, with the band playingto more than 3 million fans over the course of 130 shows across Europe and North America.

Memento Moriwill be Depeche Mode’s 15th studio album and the follow-up to 2017’s critically acclaimed Spirit, which reached #1 in 11 territories, charting in the Top 5 in more than 20 others.

Having sold more than 100million records and played to more than 35million fans worldwide, Depeche Mode remains an ever-evolvingand singularly influential musical force. An indelible inspiration to fans, critics and artists alike, Depeche Mode continues to forge ahead, with the Memento Morialbum and tour representing the opening of the newest chapter of a peerless and ongoing legacy.

  • Security Restrictions

    For safety reasons, it is forbidden to bring glass bottles, cans, hard packaging or any objects that may be used as a throwing device (e.g. deodorant, perfume, etc.) to the venue. Therefore, these items will be collected at the entrance point.


    Bags

    For safety reasons it’s forbidden to bring bags bigger than DIN A4 (21cm x 29,7cm).

    In order to minimize waiting times at the entrance, we ask all concertgoers to, to refrain from bringing bags. There is no possibility to hand in the bags on site. The access with smaller pockets (like fanny packs, little shoulder bags, clutches) is granted, nevertheless we also ask you to reduce everything on an absolutely necessary minimum (money, medicine, etc.).


    Entrance will not be granted with the following items:

    • big bags like backpacks, tote bags, travel bag, suitcases, baskets and cooling bags
    • professional cameras with zoom objectives and/or interchangeable lens and the function to videotaping
    • audio and videotaping devices
    • light and video equipment
    • GoPro cameras
    • selfie sticks
    • electronic devices such as tablets, laptops, power banks, etc. except mobile phones
    • Food and drinks (both will be available inside the venue)
    • Chairs, stools, folding chairs
    • weapons, knives, taser, batons, pepper spray, key & wallet chains etc.
    • torches, flashlights, glow sticks, laser pointer
    • big flags and posters (incl. sticks)
    • helmets

    Please be also aware of our house regulations.

  • Accessibility

    Local Public Transport
    At the S-Bahn stop S Olympiastadion, an elevator is only located at the exit marked „Flatowallee“. The metro station U Olympia-Stadion is also accessible by wheelchair. Both the S-Bahn station and the metro stop will guide you to the stadium’s main entrances at the East and South Gates.

    Car
    Visitors driving to the stadium are asked to use the parking lot PO5, which offers wheelchair accessible parking. The exact number of parking spots may vary for each event.

    In the Stadium
    The lower stands are accessible by wheelchair and walking aids via the entrances in blocks C/D, N, Q/R and S/T. An adequate number of kiosks and handicap-accessible bathrooms can be found in the lower stand areas as well.

    Walking Aids
    Walking aids are permitted in the interior (standing area) in exceptional cases. These exceptions include crutches as well as walking sticks. Bringing a walker inside the standing area is not permitted. People with a walker are welcome in the seated areas. For the duration of the event, you can give up your walker with our security personell. It will then be stored in a seperate room and handed back to you once the event is over.

    Parking
    Around the Olympiastadion Berlin there is a large number of public parking spaces, which can also be used for events (some subject to charges):

    • Olympischer Platz (Olympic Place) (max. 2.8 tons per vehicle)
    • parking lot PO1
    • parking lot PO4 with handicapped accessible parking spaces (max. 2.8 tons per vehicle)
    • parking lot PO5 with handicapped accessible parking spaces (max. 2.8 tons per vehicle)
    • parking lot PO7

    Please follow the traffic guidance systems on event days.

  • Press accreditation

    Accreditations are only available through the event organizer LIVE NATION Entertainment.

  • Travel & parking

    The concert ticket entitles the holder to travel to and from the concert by local public transport (except special transport). We therefore recommend travelling by local public transport.  

    Local public transport

    The following lines will bring you close to the Olympiastadion:

    U-Bahn

    The underground train (U-Bahn) U2 takes you directly to the station Olympiastadion. It’s only a short walk from there to the stadium (East Gate entrance: 500m, South Gate entrance: 870m).

    S-Bahn

    The above ground train (S-Bahn) S3 and S9 takes you directly to the station Olympiastadion. It’s only a short walk from there to the stadium (South Gate entrance via exit Flatowallee: 200 m, East Gate entrance via exit Trakehner Allee: 250m). 

    Bus

    With the bus lines M49 or 218 you can reach the stop Flatowallee. It’s only a short walk from there to the stadium. With the bus line 104 you can reach the underground station Neu-Westend. From there you can either walk directly to the stadium or take the underground train and exit at the station Olympiastadion. 

     

    Car

    Coming from Hamburg/Rostock:

    • City ring towards Charlottenburg (A100)
    • Exit Kaiserdamm, stay on Kaiserdamm until Theodor-Heuss-Platz
    • Take exit Heerstraße; stay straight in the right lane
    • Turn right into Flatowallee, stay straight to get to the stadium / South Gate

    Coming from Munich/Nuremberg, Hannover/Magdeburg, Leipzig:

    • Take the Avus (A115) toward Funkturm
    • Exit Messedamm (Richtung A100), stay right
    • Turn left at second light
    • Turn right immediately into Jafféstrasse; stay on road until Heerstrasse
    • Turn left into Heerstrasse, get in the right lane
    • Turn right into Flatowallee, stay straight to get to stadium / South Gate

    -or-

    • Take the Avus (A115) toward Funkturm
    • Exit Messedamm (Richtung A100), stay right
    • Stay straight at second light and go underneath ICC brigde
    • Turn left at the next light onto Masurenallee until Theodor-Heuss-Platz
    • Take exit Heerstrasse, get in the right lane
    • Turn right into Flatowallee, stay straight to get to stadium / South Gate

    Coming from Brandenburger Tor:

    • Strasse Unter den Linden, towards Spandau
    • Take Kaiserdamm past Theodor-Heuss-Platz, towards Spandau
    • Stay on Heerstraße, get in the right lane
    • Turn right into Flatowallee, stay straight to get to stadium / South Gate

      

    Parking

    Around the Olympiastadion Berlin there is a large number of public parking spaces, which can also be used for events (some subject to charges):

    • Olympischer Platz (Olympic Place) (max. 2.8 tons per vehicle)
    • parking lot PO1
    • parking lot PO4 with handicapped accessible parking spaces (max. 2.8 tons per vehicle)
    • parking lot PO5 with handicapped accessible parking spaces (max. 2.8 tons per vehicle)
    • parking lot PO7

    Please follow the traffic guidance systems on event days.

  • Tickets for wheelchair users and the severely disabled

    Tickets for wheelchair spaces can be purchased through Ticketmaster. Ticketmaster provides the following information:

    Wheelchair users and severely disabled people with code “B” please call +49 (0)30 – 40 818 824 (local rate). Our competent colleagues from the call center will help you quickly and reliably every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

  • Will Call / customers Ticketmaster

    The tickets are ready for pickup on the day of the event. You need to bring a valid ID or passport to claim your tickets. For exact pickup details, you will receive an E-Mail 2-3 days before the event. Please also check the Jump/Spam folder of your E-Mail provider.

    For any inquiries please contact vip@ticketmaster.de.

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