Post InfoTOPIC: Six times
Posted By: ZiggyPSB

Posted On: Jan 20, 2019
Views: 181
Six times

19th July 2011 - Croke Park-Dublin (support to Take That Progress Live tour)
20th June 2013 - Manchester Arena (Electric Tour)
31st December 2013 - Edinburgh Castle (Hogmanay party)
23rd July 2014 - Royal Albert Hall, London (BBC Proms performance)
23rd July 2016 - Royal Opera House, London (Inner Sanctum shows)
2nd April 2017 - Royal Albert Hall, London (Teenage Cancer Trust concert)

Posted By: Raymond

Posted On: Jan 20, 2019
Views: 152
RE: Six times

Hammerstein Ballroom, New York, November 11, 1999
Orpheum Theater, Boston, 2002
Opera House, Boston, 2006
House of Blues, Boston, 2009
House of Blues, Boston, October 21, 2013
Orpheum Theater, Boston, November 9, 2016

Posted By: DrewTO

Posted On: Jan 21, 2019
Views: 133
RE: Six times

4/13/91 - Varsity Arena, Toronto - Performance Tour
11/9/99 - The Warehouse, Toronto - Nightlife Tour
5/26/02 - Massey Hall, Toronto - Release Tour
10/11/06 - Hummingbird Ctr, Toronto - Fundamental Tour
8/30/09 - Molson Amphitheatre - Virgin Festival
11/6/16 - Sony Centre, Super Tour

Posted By: FrankBos

Posted On: Jan 21, 2019
Views: 120
RE: Six times

Orpheum Boston- May 2002
Opera House Boston- October 2006
House of Blues Boston- September 2009
House of Blues Boston- September 2013
Terminal 5 New York City- May 2014
Orpheum Boston- November 2016

I think there is a typo in a comment above; the Pet shop boys didn't play in Boston in October 2013.

Posted By: Raymond

Posted On: Jan 21, 2019
Views: 114
RE: Six times

You are correct. It was September 21.

Posted By: Paul

Posted On: Jan 21, 2019
Views: 105
RE: Six times

If my maths is correct I think my total is 13. Only 2 tours I didn't see, Performance & Discovery. I racked up 3 visits to their Savoy residency and saw them do Potemkin at Trafalgar Square and at the Barbican.

Posted By: Toaster in the Bath

Posted On: Jan 22, 2019
Views: 89
RE: Six times

I've also seen them six times, the MCM...(whatever the Roman numerals for 1989 are) tour and the Performance tour - their imperial phase - and the Electric tour and at the ROH - what I refer to as their, er, neo-imperial phase.

I also saw them at their first Glastonbury appearance, before the world had woken up to the fact that they were a world-class live act. This meant when they came on stage there were just a few hundred people(!) in the audience meaning I could get near the front.

But in a way, my favourite show of theirs that I saw was in 1997 at London's Gay Pride, held that year on Clapham Common. It was free to see them! They rushed through high octane versions of Somewhere, It's a sin and Go West (Mings gone west version if memory serves) and then left the stage.

Incredibly, there seems to be no video footage and only one photograph of this gig online! How times have changed! If anyone here knows of any other archives from that day I'd be very happy if they shared.

Posted By: Robert Schulz

Posted On: Jan 23, 2019
Views: 67
RE: Six times

and who has been to the livingroomgig?

Posted By: Toaster in the Bath

Posted On: Jan 23, 2019
Views: 63
RE: Six times

Ugh, I thought I'd managed to exorcize my memories of that living room gig, or at least the televised version of it. A banking corporation of particularly dubious morality plastering their advertising in every available space in a way that Pet Shop Boys had railed about in 'Pet Shop Boys vs. America' being my most vivid memory.

Wayne writes about it here:
But to answer Robert Schulz's (presumably rhetorical) question: Lorraine Sands of Twickenham, U.K.. Wonder where she is now and if she ever reads ?


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