Iconic ’80s band New Order have just announced an Australian tour in 2020, for the first time since their Opera House performance in 2016.
The band will be visiting the country for just two dates next year, performing at Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion and Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl in March.
Pioneering ’80s band New Order have just announced an Australian tour, visiting Sydney and Melbourne in 2020. This is sure to be something special.
New Order formed in 1980 following the demise of Joy Division after singer Ian Curtis’ suicide. The band went on to create a unique sound, blending post-punk with electronic and dance music, becoming one of the most influential bands of the ’80s.
Joining New Order on their Australian tour will be some homegrown acts, including Brisbane electro-pop band, Confidence Man, who have gone from strength to strength since forming in 2016. For a special Melbourne-only appearance, Australian new wave legends Cut Copy will also be joining the bill.
Tickets go on sale midday AEDT next Tuesday, 15th October. For tickets and more info head here.
Check out the tour dates below.
Wed 11th March – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney (with Confidence Man)
Sat 14th March – Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne (with Cut Copy & Confidence Man)