Depeche Mode Toronto

15 age-defying moments from Depeche Mode in Toronto

Depeche Mode's arrival in Toronto meant another sold out show at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre. But in spite of the rain and the humidity on Sunday night, the folks came decked out in their Sunday best to hear the legends of alternative electropop/new wave play their hearts out.

Opener Bat for Lashes set a high standard as Natasha Khan's vocals trilled and soothed the best of the beasts, but the excited crowd could hardly contain themselves as Depeche Mode strode onto the stage. The band seemed to be having as much fun as the crowd, and the number of 80s children having their own personal dance parties in the aisles and on the grass filled my heart with joy.

Here's a visual rundown of the spectacular Depeche Mode show.


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