Reunions, Tour Dates — January 30, 2012 at 8:18 am

New Order unveils spring U.K. tour, confirms European summer festival appearances

The reunited New Order — Bernard SumnerStephen MorrisGillian Gilbert , 2000s-era guitarist Phil Cunningham and Bad Lieutenant bassist Tom Chapman — continues to expand its 2012 touring plans, today announcing a four-date U.K. tour this spring in addition to its first confirmed European summer festivals.

The Peter Hook-less group will play a short run of spring shows in its native U.K, including gigs in Manchester, Birmingham, London and Glasgow, and has confirmed appearances at summer festivals in France, Serbia and Spain — with a promise, on the band’s website, of “more to follow.”

Already this year, the band is scheduled to tour Australia and New Zealand in late February and March, and has a single U.S. concert scheduled: March 23 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
April 26: Apollo, Manchester, UK
April 29: Ballroom, Birmingham, UK
May 2: Brixton Academy, London, UK
May 5: Academy, Glasgow, UK
May 20:Nuits Sonores Festival, Lyon, France
July 12-15: Exit Festival, Novo Sad, Serbia
July 12-15: Benicàssim Festival, Spain






  1. If they come to Miami, why can’t they come to NYC, they have thousands of fans and it should sell out in 15 mins. They also have so many fans in LA and Chicago and all over the states.

  2. from dublin,get the happy mondays to back yous up,do a deal?

  3. July 12-15: Exit Festival, Novi Sad, Serbia

  4. This band seems to plan their tour as far away from me as possible. Every time.

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