The reactivated New Order is expanding its brief North American tour this October, announcing today plans for a second New York City date — due to “unprecedented ticket demand” — as well as an appearance the Corona Capital 2012 festival in Mexico City alongside The Black Keys, Franz Ferdinand and Suede.
The band — Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert, 2000s-era guitarist Phil Cunningham and Bad Lieutenant bassist Tom Chapman — will now play New York’s Roseland Ballroom on Oct. 18 and 19, with the general on-sale for both shows scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday. The band also added the Mexico City festival appearance on Oct. 14.
New Order’s North American tour, which includes the band’s first U.S. dates since 2005 and first Canadian concert since 2001, opens Oct. 5 in Oakland, Calif., and runs through Oct. 23 in Toronto, hitting a total of eight cities for nine concerts. So far, all of the shows that already have gone on sale — Oakland, Dallas, Chicago and Toronto — are sold out.
New Order North American tour dates:
Oct. 5: Fox Theatre, Oakland, CA
Oct. 7: Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
Oct. 10: 1stBank Center, Broomfield, CO
Oct. 12: Palladium, Dallas, TX
Oct. 14: Corona Capital 2012, Mexico City, Mexico
Oct. 18: Roseland Ballroom, New York, NY
Oct. 19: Roseland Ballroom, New York, NY
Oct. 21: Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL
Oct. 23: Sony Center, Toronto, ON
PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS
- New Order announces fall North American tour — band’s first U.S. dates in 7 years
- New Order returning to U.S. ‘for more shows later in the year,’ may start writing new music
- Blur, The Specials and New Order to play Olympics Closing Ceremony Celebration
- New Order unveils spring U.K. tour, confirms European summer festival appearances
- Kraftwerk joins New Order on first day of Miami’s Ultra Music Festival in March
- New Order delays release of ‘Lost Sirens’ outtakes set, will play Australia in 2012
- New Order set to release ‘Lost Sirens’ — 8 outtakes from last album — in December
- Video: New Order reunites in Brussels with Gillian Gilbert, without Peter Hook (setlist)