Peru: Pet Shop Boys made the whole audience dance during concert in Lima

Isabel Guerra

With a stunning show, rich in amazing background images, the British duo Pet Shop Boys put the whole crowd dancing during their concert at Jockey Club del Peru, Lima.

Neil Tennant and Christopher Lowe opened the show with their all-time classic "Heart."

The setlist continued with many of their former hits such ash "Did you see me coming?," "Pandemonium," "Love Comes Quickly," and "Go West."

The show included dancers, who performed a very interesting accompanying choreography, while the audience danced and enjoyed the impeccable visual effects.

Another memorable songs included were "Two divided by zero," the Elvis Presley classic "Always on My Mind," and "Closer to Heaven."

Pet Shop Boys said goodbye to the public with Neil Tennant taking off his hat as a sign of respect and saying, "Thank you, Peru."

"Being Boeing," and "West End Girls," ended a magical presentation that fans could hardly forget

Have other topics you’d like to see in our news section? If you or someone you know would like to contribute a news article to Living in Peru, whether it’s translated or based on a personal investigation, send it to