Following four much lauded, sold-out shows at London’s Royal Opera House, Pet Shop Boys start the U.S. leg of their “Super” worldwide tour October 21 at The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The band will play 20 cities in North America, performing songs from their storied career as well as their new album, Super. See below for a full list of tour dates.

The Super tour will be staged by long-time Pet Shop Boys designer Es Devlin and choreographer Lynne Page. The band is collaborating for live music arrangements with Stuart Price, who produced and mixed their latest album along with 2013’s Electric.

Today, the duo releases their new single “Say It To Me” on digital formats. Purchase links can be found for CD HERE and vinyl HERE. Stream the track HERE. The song is taken from their current album Super. Clash Magazine premiered the “Real Lies Remix” of the track earlier this week.

Super entered the official U.K. Album Charts at #3 marking the duo’s sixteenth U.K. Top 10 album to date. The first single “The Pop Kids” reached #1 on Billboard’s U.S. Dance Club Charts. The album was written in London and Berlin and features 12 new Tennant/Lowe compositions.

Over the last 25 years Pet Shop Boys have gained a reputation as innovators of the modern live music show. They were among the first to integrate multimedia and theatrical elements into their productions, and they have collaborated with Derek Jarman, Zaha Hadid and Sam Taylor Johnson.



1. Say it to me (New radio mix)
2. A cloud in a box
3. The dead can dance
4. Say it to me (Stuart Price alternative mix)


October 21—Las Vegas, NV—The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

October 22—Salt Lake City, UT—The Complex

October 24—Vancouver, BC—Queen Elizabeth Theatre

October 25—Portland, OR—Keller Auditorium

October 27-28—Oakland, CA—Fox Theater

October 29—Los Angeles, CA—Microsoft Theater

November 1—Austin, TX—Long Center for the Performing Arts

November 2—Houston, TX—White Oak Music Hall

November 4—Nashville, TN—Andrew Jackson Hall at Tennessee Performing Arts Center

November 5—Chicago, IL—Civic Opera House

November 6—Toronto, ON—Sony Centre for the Performing Arts

November 9—Boston, MA—Orpheum Theatre

November 10—Morristown, NJ—Mayo Performing Arts Center

November 11—Washington, DC—Warner Theatre

November 12—New York, NY—The Theater at Madison Square Garden

November 14—Atlanta, GA—Symphony Hall

November 15—Saint Petersburg, FL—Mahaffey Theater

November 16—Miami Beach, FL—Fillmore Miami Beach at The Jackie Gleason Center

November 19—Mexico City, MX—Corona Capital Festival

November 26—Leipzig, Germany—Arena Leipzig

November 27—Cologne, Germany—Palladium Köln

November 28—Tilburg, Netherlands—Poppodium 013

November 30—Hamburg, Germany—Mehr! Theater am Großmarkt

December 1—Berlin, Germany—Tempodrom

December 2—Frankfurt am Main, Germany—Jahrhundertehalle Frankfurt

December 4 —Copenhagen, Denmark—Copenhagen Opera House

December 5—Copenhagen, Denmark—Copenhagen Opera House

December 8—Moscow, Russia—VTB Park Legend Arena
February 18—Leeds, UK—First Direct Arena

February 19—Manchester, U.K.—Manchester Arena,

February 21—Glasgow, U.K.—Clyde Auditorium,

February 22—Edinburgh, U.K.—Playhouse Theatre,

February 24—Birmingham, U.K.—Barclaycard Arena

February 26—Bournemouth, U.K.— Bournemouth International Centre

February 28—Paris, France—Olympia

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