Strangelove, the ultimate tribute to '80s new-wavers Depeche Mode, performs the British synthpop band's biggest hits with precision and style. This ultimate tribute act recreates the original group's famed theatrical concert experience, taking you through the different eras of Depeche Mode's decades-spanning career. Considered the most commercially successful electronic band ever, Depeche Mode has sold more 100 million albums and singles worldwide. After new wave band Oingo Boingo called it quits in 1995, Dead Man's Party stepped in to recreate their frenetic dance madness, complete with a three-piece horn section, guitar, bass, keys, drums -- and a front-man who's said to have an eerie resemblance in both look and sound to Danny Elfman himself. From "Only A Lad" and "Little Girls," to "Weird Science," "Stay," "Just Another Day" and many more, you'll hear the great ska-rock of the '80s and '90s at Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa.
Dead Manís Party brings all the frenetic, gleeful dance madness of a classic Oingo Boingo concert to the Pacific Amphitheatre stage.