Pet Shop Boys will arrive at Cinépolis

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If you wanted to see them or want to see them again, this is your chance.

The legendary band,Pet Shop Boys, has just been presented within the framework of the festival Crown Capital where he gave us a review of their entire musical history and reminded us why they are one of the best groups that history has seen. However, many followers of the band were sad because they either did not have tickets or the costs were very high, but here we have a solution.

And Cinépolis has announced to us that it will be screening Dreamworld: Live at The Royal Arena Copenhagen on January 31 and February 4 of next year. The cost of the ticket will be $110.00 MXN and you can get them on the cinema’s website or application.

This is a truly special show, where we can hear songs like “Domino Dancing”, “Dreamland” and the always classics “New York City Boy” and “West End Girls.” All this together with Cinépolis’ audio and video technology will make your experience unique, as if you had them in front of you, but with a better viewing angle.

You can get your tickets from this moment, it will only be two days and the performances are limited to one or two times per complex so we recommend you hurry so you don’t miss another opportunity for your favorite band.


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