2009-06-25 Slavia Stadium, Prague, Czech Republic

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Here is the diary entry for Depeche Mode's official tour blog:

After a day off in Prague, the band took the stage last night at Eden Stadium (or Slavia Stadium or Tippentot-something Arena, depending on who you ask), for a thoroughly enjoyable gig. The venue was a fairly new, relatively intimate stadium. Felt more like an indoor arena, except without a roof. A roof would have been nice from time to time though, as sun and blue sky gave way to rain and thunder at regular intervals during the day. It wasn't too bad during the show though.

The venue was in a residential area, so it was an early show night. There's something slightly odd about seeing the show in daylight. Not that it seemed to lessen the experience for anyone - the band was on fire and into it, and the crowd was great.

Next stop Paris... for the tour at least. Everyone seems dead excited to go there, as it's gonna be the world tour equivalent of "bring your kids to work day". Not for me though... I'm heading home for a few days, before the tour hits Copenhagen.

author: Peter

Motor was the support act.

NOTE: This concert was officially released by Live Here Now and at one point sold on the official depechemodelive.com, which is currently defunct. Concerts with LHN releases generally do not have audience recordings widely circulating, and as such there may not be a recording available on this website for this concert.


Set list

Credit to unknown.
  1. In Chains
  2. Wrong
  3. Hole To Feed
  4. Walking In My Shoes
  5. It's No Good
  6. A Question Of Time
  7. Precious
  8. Fly On The Windscreen
  9. Little Soul (*)
  10. Home (*)
  11. Come Back
  12. Peace
  13. In Your Room
  14. I Feel You
  15. Policy Of Truth
  16. Enjoy The Silence
  17. Never Let Me Down Again
  18. Stripped
  19. Master And Servant
  20. Strangelove
  21. Personal Jesus
  22. Waiting For The Night

Set list info obtained from the Home forum.


Credit to Milda Čepera.