Tour Dates — December 18, 2014 at 11:53 am

Peter Hook bringing Joy Division/New Order shows to southern U.S. next spring

Peter Hook

Having just warpped his American tour performing New Order’s third and fourth albums — 1985′s Low-Life and 1986′s Brotherhood — Peter Hook has announced he’ll return next spring for a tour of the southern U.S. during which he’ll play Joy Division’s Unknown Pleasures and Closer in addition to an opening set of New Order favorites.

Peter Hook & The Light’s new 10-date tour opens April 17 in Miami and will hit Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Tennessee, Kentucky and North Carolina before wrapping up May 2 (see full dates below).

Hook recently completed his Low-Life/Brotherhood tour, which included performances of both albums plus singles and B-sides from what Hook calls New Order’s “most prolific period,” spanning August 1983 up to 1987, including “Thieves Like Us,’” “State of the Nation,” “Love Vigilantes,” “The Perfect Kiss” and more.

 

Peter Hook & The Light tour dates:

April 17: Grand Central, Miami, FL
April 18: State Theatre, St. Petersburg, FL
April 19: The Plaza Live, Orlando, FL
April 21: Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA
April 22: Republic, New Orleans, LA
April 24: Granada Theatre, Dallas, TX
April 28: Exit/In, Nashville, TN
April 29: Headliners Music Hall, Louisville, KY
May 1: Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro, NC
May 2: Orange Peel, Asheville NC

 

 

9 Comments

  1. April it is! See ya then Hooky!

  2. Gotta pay rent…

  3. Wish this was the Low-Life/Brotherhood tour instead.

  4. Eric Renz-Whitmore

    Head West! (Specifically New Mexico, please?)

  5. He plays these small cities, but still has yet to come to Vegas or Phoenix?

  6. bought my ticket soon as it was available; cant wait!

  7. The lowlife/brotherhood tour was one of the best live shows I’ve ever seen. Far better than New Order I have to say..

  8. I know he might not like the comparison to Ian Curtis, but I’d love to hear Paul Banks from Interpol do the vocals for the Joy Division tribute.

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