The group, made up of vocalist Neil Tennart and keyboardist Chris Lowe, last performed in Estonia 13 years ago.
In June, the band will release its 12 studio album, "Electric."
A staple of the British pop scene, Pet Shop Boys performed at the closing ceremony of the London Olympic games in 2012. The group rose to fame in the mid-1980s with hits such as "West End Girls," "It's A Sin," "Go West," "Always on My Mind" and "Domino Dancing."
Õllesummer, translated as "beer summer," is one of Estonia's biggest annual music festivals. It will be held this year from July 3-6 at Tallinn's Song Festival Grounds. Single-day tickets cost 15 euros and three-day tickets 35 euros. Both are available at Piletilevi outlets and Statoil stations.
Source: Estonian Public Broadcasting