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New Order Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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New Order merchamazonview store

Ceremony T-Shirt
$25.00
Substance T-Shirt
$25.00
Confusion T-Shirt
$25.00
Power Corruption & Lies T-Shirt
$25.00
Movement Fact 50 T-Shirt
$25.00
True Faith T-Shirt
$25.00 - $26.76
Something Green T-Shirt
$22.29 - $25.00
Blue Monday T-Shirt
$25.00
2015 Black Album Tour T-Shirt
$25.00
education entertainment recreation
$49.18
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New Order's tour

Live Photos of New Order

New Order at Los Angeles, CA in YouTube Theater 2023
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Fan Reviews

Dana
November 17th 2023
Great band, great show, very disappointed in the YouTube theater, everybody has to stand up whenever somebody comes down the row. It’s very disappointing to see that they couldn’t give another two or 3 inches for people to be able to function but that’s corporate greed for you. and charging $45 to park to try to claw their $1.8 billion investment back doesn’t make it any more appealing, I’d rather drive to San Diego to see the same band for a fraction of the price and hassle, it was great hearing new order play all of their classics, but it was a relatively short set.
Los Angeles, CA@
YouTube Theater
Ken
November 16th 2023
A wall of sound! Vocals were a bit lost in the mix but the bass and drums were all in. I like that the live New Order is substantially different but just as good as the studio recordings. What a powerful experience.
Los Angeles, CA@
YouTube Theater
Brian
October 8th 2023
What a truly amazing show this was! Couldn’t believe when I saw that New Order was playing such a small venue and jumped on tickets immediately. Epic almost 3 hour set with surprise guests of Johnny Marr and Neil Tennant showing up to play some Electronic songs. This is a night I will not soon forget.
Los Angeles, CA@
Grand Star Jazz Club
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About New Order

Rising from the ashes of the legendary British post-punk band Joy Division, the enigmatic New Order triumphed over tragedy to emerge as one of the most influential and acclaimed bands of the 1980s.

When Joy Division’s Ian Curtis tragically took his own life, the remaining trio, Bernard Sumner (guitarist), Peter Hook (bassist) and Stephen Morris (drummer) immediately disbanded, but re-formed the same year as New Order, with the addition of Gillian Gilbert (keyboardist and guitarist) and Sumner reluctantly taking over as vocalist.

While their debut album Movement (1981) was shadowed by the legacy of Joy Division, going forward the band began to combine their original post-punk sound with influences from New York’s club scene. The result was their brilliant sophomore album Power, Corruption & Lies (1983), released with Manchester-based label Factory Records. From this album came the single “Blue Monday”, which has since become the best-selling 12-inch single of all time, moving over three million copies worldwide.
Throughout the late 80s New Order remained as popular as ever, releasing a string of albums such as Low-Life (1985), Brotherhood (1986) Substance (1987) and Technique (1989). Between several brief hiatuses and line-up alterations, Republic(1993) Get Ready (2001) and Waiting for the Sirens’ Call (2005) were all released, before Peter Hook’s departure in 2007.

A 2011 reunion saw New Order return and tour the world, taking to the stage alongside Blur and the Specials at London’s Hyde Park for a spectacular closing concert for the 2012 Olympics, and releasing Lost Sirens at the end of the year.
In 2015, the band released their critically acclaimed tenth studio album Music Complete. The record stormed the album charts, coming in at Number 2, and features guest vocals from Iggy Pop, Brandon Flowers and Elly Jackson of La Roux.
On the live circuit they have played critically acclaimed sell out tours in the UK, Europe, USA and Australia, performing in prestigious venues, Royal Albert Hall and Sydney Opera House among many others.

The summer months of 2016 saw the run continue with huge headline slots at Glastonbury, Latitude, Roskilde, Bilbao BBK, Sonar and Electric Picnic, followed by a special extended edition of their album, Complete Music.

Live dates continued in to 2017 with Bernard, Phil and Tom joining Laurie Anderson, Iggy Pop and Patti Smith at Tibet House for the 30th Anniversary Benefit Concert Celebrating Philip Glass’ 80th Birthday. The band also played a short US tour, taking in New York’s Radio City Music Hall and Coachella Festival.

New Order performed as part of Manchester International Festival 2017 for a series of unique shows in collaboration with Liam Gillick, conducted by Joe Duddell and curated by Dave Haslam and Mark Beasley. These shows were such a success, they were taken to Turin and Vienna in May 2018 to further great acclaim.
The album's title seems to shine a hue on New Order's new manifesto: new line-up, newly eclectic sound, reinvigorated in their fourth decade as a unit.
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Genres:
New Wave, Post Punk, Electronica
Band Members:
Tom Chapman, Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert, Phil Cunningham, Bernard Sumner
Hometown:
Manchester, United Kingdom

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to New Order to play in your city
Request a Show

Concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Live Photos of New Order

New Order at Los Angeles, CA in YouTube Theater 2023
View All Photos

New Order merchamazonview store

Ceremony T-Shirt
$25.00
Substance T-Shirt
$25.00
Confusion T-Shirt
$25.00
Power Corruption & Lies T-Shirt
$25.00
Movement Fact 50 T-Shirt
$25.00
True Faith T-Shirt
$25.00 - $26.76
Something Green T-Shirt
$22.29 - $25.00
Blue Monday T-Shirt
$25.00
2015 Black Album Tour T-Shirt
$25.00
education entertainment recreation
$49.18
View All
New Order's tour

Fan Reviews

Dana
November 17th 2023
Great band, great show, very disappointed in the YouTube theater, everybody has to stand up whenever somebody comes down the row. It’s very disappointing to see that they couldn’t give another two or 3 inches for people to be able to function but that’s corporate greed for you. and charging $45 to park to try to claw their $1.8 billion investment back doesn’t make it any more appealing, I’d rather drive to San Diego to see the same band for a fraction of the price and hassle, it was great hearing new order play all of their classics, but it was a relatively short set.
Los Angeles, CA@
YouTube Theater
Ken
November 16th 2023
A wall of sound! Vocals were a bit lost in the mix but the bass and drums were all in. I like that the live New Order is substantially different but just as good as the studio recordings. What a powerful experience.
Los Angeles, CA@
YouTube Theater
Brian
October 8th 2023
What a truly amazing show this was! Couldn’t believe when I saw that New Order was playing such a small venue and jumped on tickets immediately. Epic almost 3 hour set with surprise guests of Johnny Marr and Neil Tennant showing up to play some Electronic songs. This is a night I will not soon forget.
Los Angeles, CA@
Grand Star Jazz Club
View More Fan Reviews

About New Order

Rising from the ashes of the legendary British post-punk band Joy Division, the enigmatic New Order triumphed over tragedy to emerge as one of the most influential and acclaimed bands of the 1980s.

When Joy Division’s Ian Curtis tragically took his own life, the remaining trio, Bernard Sumner (guitarist), Peter Hook (bassist) and Stephen Morris (drummer) immediately disbanded, but re-formed the same year as New Order, with the addition of Gillian Gilbert (keyboardist and guitarist) and Sumner reluctantly taking over as vocalist.

While their debut album Movement (1981) was shadowed by the legacy of Joy Division, going forward the band began to combine their original post-punk sound with influences from New York’s club scene. The result was their brilliant sophomore album Power, Corruption & Lies (1983), released with Manchester-based label Factory Records. From this album came the single “Blue Monday”, which has since become the best-selling 12-inch single of all time, moving over three million copies worldwide.
Throughout the late 80s New Order remained as popular as ever, releasing a string of albums such as Low-Life (1985), Brotherhood (1986) Substance (1987) and Technique (1989). Between several brief hiatuses and line-up alterations, Republic(1993) Get Ready (2001) and Waiting for the Sirens’ Call (2005) were all released, before Peter Hook’s departure in 2007.

A 2011 reunion saw New Order return and tour the world, taking to the stage alongside Blur and the Specials at London’s Hyde Park for a spectacular closing concert for the 2012 Olympics, and releasing Lost Sirens at the end of the year.
In 2015, the band released their critically acclaimed tenth studio album Music Complete. The record stormed the album charts, coming in at Number 2, and features guest vocals from Iggy Pop, Brandon Flowers and Elly Jackson of La Roux.
On the live circuit they have played critically acclaimed sell out tours in the UK, Europe, USA and Australia, performing in prestigious venues, Royal Albert Hall and Sydney Opera House among many others.

The summer months of 2016 saw the run continue with huge headline slots at Glastonbury, Latitude, Roskilde, Bilbao BBK, Sonar and Electric Picnic, followed by a special extended edition of their album, Complete Music.

Live dates continued in to 2017 with Bernard, Phil and Tom joining Laurie Anderson, Iggy Pop and Patti Smith at Tibet House for the 30th Anniversary Benefit Concert Celebrating Philip Glass’ 80th Birthday. The band also played a short US tour, taking in New York’s Radio City Music Hall and Coachella Festival.

New Order performed as part of Manchester International Festival 2017 for a series of unique shows in collaboration with Liam Gillick, conducted by Joe Duddell and curated by Dave Haslam and Mark Beasley. These shows were such a success, they were taken to Turin and Vienna in May 2018 to further great acclaim.
The album's title seems to shine a hue on New Order's new manifesto: new line-up, newly eclectic sound, reinvigorated in their fourth decade as a unit.
Show More
Genres:
New Wave, Post Punk, Electronica
Band Members:
Tom Chapman, Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert, Phil Cunningham, Bernard Sumner
Hometown:
Manchester, United Kingdom

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