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New Order Tickets

New Order tickets - New Order Tour

New Order's 2014 Concert Schedule

New Order, one of the most acclaimed rock bands of the 1980s, is ready to get back on the stage and perform their biggest hits for their devoted fans, and they may be coming to a city near you! As one of the first bands to experiment with mixing electronic dance music with rock, New Order undoubtedly made a huge impression on the music scene in the '80s, an impression that changed the course of music and still remains an influence today. Despite their massive success over the years, and the numerous offers they received from major labels, New Order always stayed true to its Manchester label, Factory Records, and still achieved great commercial success with an independent label. Seeing such legends grace the stage is a rare treat, but you can see them perform in Chicago, Vancouver, San Francisco, or Los Angeles this July by buying tickets on StubHub. Don't miss out on seeing these rock legends in person and check out StubHub today!

New Order's Background

New Order had a tragic beginning. The British post-punk band, Joy Division, experienced a major tragedy when their lead singer, Ian Curtis, committed suicide. The remaining three band members were devastated, and disbanded in the wake of Curtis' death. However, their passion for creating and performing music surfaced shortly thereafter, and they reunited under the name New Order, adding keyboardists Gillian Gilbert. The band, comprised of Bernard Sumner (vocals and guitar), Peter Hook (bassist), Stephen Morris (drummer), and Gilbert, debuted in March 1981.

In the early '80s, New Order frequented the New York City club scene, where they were inspired by the hip and upbeat electronic dance music that blasted through the venues. The band drew upon this inspiration and combined it with their new wave sound, creating a unique form of rock that swept listeners off their feet and helped the band amass a dedicated following.

One of the reasons why fans were so fascinated with this new wave band was because of their lack of frills; New Order wasn't interested in fame or being showy, they just wanted to produce good music and give great shows. The band's members rarely gave interviews and were known to perform without encores, all in keeping with their minimalist image. New Order's fusion of '70s disco, electronic dance music, and new wave music of the '80s made them not only one of the most popular British bands of the '80s, but one of the most popular bands worldwide during that rock-centric decade.

After the 1980s, New Order went on hiatus several times, and returned with its various members rotating in and out of the band to work on other projects. Today, however, New Order is as strong as ever and is ready to rock out with some of their retro '80's tunes that will have you dancing and singing all night long. Grab your New Order tickets from StubHub right away to avoid missing out on this incredible show!

Biggest Hits

This great British synth-pop act has contributed numerous hits to rock music over the years, but the bulk of their successes occurred in the '80s, such as "Blue Monday", "Bizarre Love Triangle", "Vanishing Point", "Round and Round", "Confusion", "Leave Me Alone", "The Perfect Kiss", "Age of Consent", "Temptation", and "Ceremony". The quick, clean melodies of New Order's dance-punk songs not only helped define the rock scene of the 1980s, but has also since sparked countless imitators who have tried to make the same types of fun, danceable rhythms as New Order did. However, few bands or groups have been as successful at creating such upbeat and groove-worthy anthems as New Order, making them one of the most influential bands of the past 30 years.


Did you know that New Order built their own instruments?

While recording "Blue Monday", the hit track that launched the band into the commercial spotlight, the band had to build their own instruments. Synthesizer technology was very expensive and complex back in the '80s, so Sumner built a sequencer to make synths and drums communicate—all by himself! Everybody who has ever listened to "Blue Monday" was listening to an instrument that Sumner built from scratch!

The Experience

New Order made such a splash in the '80s for churning out fun dance hit after hit, so you can bet that their concerts are loud, energetic dance parties that bring back some of the fun, carefree vibes of the '80s. You can groove to their new material as well as their older, most popular hits, which are still relevant and just as exciting as they were 30 years ago. With only a handful of shows available, you don't want to wait to buy your tickets to an upcoming New Order show—they might be gone any minute! So head to StubHub to grab your tickets to witness this legendary pop-synth band perform live!

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