Pet Shop Boys announce 2023 UK greatest hits tour: dates, tickets and more info

Pet Shop Boys have announced a greatest hits tour for 2023.

Pet Shop Boys have teased a greatest hits tour and they’re announcing more details very soon.

The iconic duo will embark on The Greatest Hits Live Tour in 2023, and have confirmed their UK tour dates.

It’s been confirmed by the band that they’ll play shows at London’s Wembley Arena and arenas in Aberdeen, Liverpool and Leeds in June 2023.

Tickets are now be available from Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

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Fans can expect to hear some classic Pet Shop Boys hits during the set, from “West End Girls” to “You Were Always on My Mind” and “Go West” to “It’s a Sin”.


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Fans are pretty excited about the news of a greatest hits tour, with one commenting: “I will buy a flight to the UK, and get a hotel just for this.”.

Others said it “is the best news EVER” and one fan who saw them recently on the Dreamworld Tour said “the vibes were immaculate”.

There’s also plenty of comments requesting that the group come to their home city on the tour, but we won’t know the full tour dates until 27 June, so watch this space.

This weekend also saw the legendary group headline The Other Stage at Glastonbury Festival.

They confirmed their performance will be “the full production” of their Dreamworld festival set, “including some extra elements and a special guest”.

During the set they were joined by Olly Alexander for a performance of their song “Dreamland”.

“Mister Olly Alexander!” Neil cried to the crowd, with Olly responding: “Thank you so much! I love you Pet Shop Boys!”.

How to get Pet Shop Boys tickets

They’re now available from Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

Tickets for the shows are priced at £40 / £50 / £60 / £85 / £125 plus booking fees.

Pet Shop Boys UK tour dates

  • 17 June – London, Wembley Arena
  • 21 June – Aberdeen, P&J Live
  • 23 June – Liveprool, M&S Bank Arena
  • 24 June – Leeds, First Direct Arena