The reunited New Order — Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert , 2000s-era guitarist Phil Cunningham and Bad Lieutenant bassist Tom Chapman — has added headlining dates in Melbourne and Sydney to its March tour of Australia.
The band already had announced it will headline Australia’s traveling Future Music Festival, which also will feature performances by Swedish House Mafia, Skrillex and Aphex Twin. Now, the group also will perform standalone gigs March 1 in Melbourne and March 7 in Sydney.
Additionally, New Order is set to play Auckland, New Zealand, on Feb. 27. The band’s only other confirmed date is a March 23 slot at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival.
New Order tour dates:
Feb. 27: Vector Arena, Auckland, New Zealand
March 1: Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia
March 3: Future Music Festival, Brisbane, Australia
March 4: Future Music Festival, Perth, Australia
March 7: Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, Australia
March 10: Future Music Festival, Sydney, Australia
March 11: Future Music Festival, Melbourne, Australia
March 12: Future Music Festival, Adelaide, Australia
March 23: Ultra Music Festival, Miami, FL, USA
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