Strangelove: The Depeche Mode Experience with Electric Duke and Evilyn 13

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Strangelove: The Depeche Mode Experience with Electric Duke and Evilyn 13

  • Ages 19+
  • Presented by the Rickshaw

Get ready for Strangelove: The Depeche Mode Experience, expect to hear your favourite Depeche Mode tracks with support from Electric Duke!

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Rickshaw Theatre 254 E. Hastings Street Vancouver, BC V6A 1P1 Canada

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  • 4 hours
  • Ages 19+
  • Mobile eTicket

Rickshaw presents Strangelove: The Depeche Mode Experience

With guests, Electric Duke and DJ Evilyn 13

December 1st , 2022

The Rickshaw Theatre


Doors: 7pm


Los Angeles based STRANGELOVE-The Depeche Mode Experience delivers a career spanning, pitch perfect “best of” concert that transports the listener through time and touches on several key points in Depeche Mode’s 40+ year career. Songs from throughout the Depeche canon are lovingly recreated; from favorites on DM’s debut Speak and Spell to the newest fare from ‘Mode’s latest- 2017’s “Spirit”. No detail of STRANGELOVE’s presentation has been overlooked. The visual presentation with stage set pieces and in-show costume changes reflect different eras of Depeche Mode’s story.

Electric Duke

Electric Duke frontman Julian Shah-Tayler, has collaborated with several David Bowie musicians (on original albums and Bowie material) and effortlessly channels the zeitgeist of Ziggy Stardust.


Evilyn13 is an alternative DJ in the Vancouver nightlife scene and one half of the Restricted Entertainment team. She has been a resident DJ locally at Coffin Club, Sin City Fetish Night and Galaxion and has travelled internationally to DJ where she loves to help people lose themselves in the music she plays.

*Please note this event is The Depeche Mode Experience by the band Strangelove. Depeche Mode will not be performing.

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