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Depeche Mode idol in Slovakia

LEADER of the English band Depeche Mode, Dave Gahan, started touring the world with his new solo album Paper Monsters on June 5. Due to the tour's great success in Europe, he added additional dates lasting until the beginning of December. Gahan will stop to perform for a Slovak audience on November 8, at Bratislava's Incheba Hall. Slovak band Save the Cookie will open the concert.
Accompanied by Knox Chandler, Martyn Lenoble, Victor Indrizzo, and Vincent Jones, Gahan will sing songs from the album as well as the Depeche Mode hits Enjoy the Silence, Policy of Truth, I Need You, and Sticky Floor.

LEADER of the English band Depeche Mode, Dave Gahan, started touring the world with his new solo album Paper Monsters on June 5. Due to the tour's great success in Europe, he added additional dates lasting until the beginning of December. Gahan will stop to perform for a Slovak audience on November 8, at Bratislava's Incheba Hall. Slovak band Save the Cookie will open the concert.

Accompanied by Knox Chandler, Martyn Lenoble, Victor Indrizzo, and Vincent Jones, Gahan will sing songs from the album as well as the Depeche Mode hits Enjoy the Silence, Policy of Truth, I Need You, and Sticky Floor.

After the concert, Depeche Mode fans can move to the Aupark shopping centre, 300 metres away, where a Paper Monster After Party will be held at the Live! Club.

Tickets for the concert (Sk890 for standing, Sk1,290 and Sk1,590 for sitting) are on sale at some Bratislava music stores and via www.ticketportal.sk. For more information check www.xl.sk.

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