New Order returns to American soil this March to perform at the 24th annual Tibet House U.S. Benefit Concert, joining Iggy Pop, Patti Smith, Joe Walsh and more at New York City’s Carnegie Hall to raise money for the nonprofit educational institution that’s dedicated to preserving Tibetan culture, according to Rolling Stone.
The concert is set for March 11, and tickets, priced at $35 to $200, currently are on sale.
The appearance is New Order’s first scheduled performance of the year, as the band then heads to South America to perform at Lollapalooza festivals in Chile, Argentina and Brazil in late March and early April.
Further touring plans for 2014 have yet to be announced.
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