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New Order has been rocking the world with their new wave for over 20 years behind the smash hit “Blue Monday”! You'll “Regret” it if you don't catch New Order on this rare tour! Buy your New Order tickets now!
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New Order Concert Tickets

Forming after the dissolution of Joy Division, New Order rose to become one of the biggest bands of the 1980s. Throughout the group's tumultuous history, its fan base has stayed committed to following their new work, and of course picking up New Order tickets whenever they go on sale.

New Order came together in 1980, and it wasn't long before the newly formed group found success. After a moderately popular debut album, New Order released Power, Corruption & Lies in 1983, which is considered by many to be among the best albums of the decade. The record featured a number of big hits, but the band's mainstream breakthrough came with the release of the single "Blue Monday," which is still played to this day. Throughout the rest of the 80s, New Order continued to be a staple of the new wave scene, but, by the early 90s, tension drove the band apart.

However, since reuniting in the early 2000s, it seems as though the members have taken to performing with a renewed vigor. In 2005, New Order and Joy Division were awarded the "Godlike Geniuses" award at the New Musical Express (NME) Awards. Ozzy Osbourne, The Clash, and the Happy Mondays. The 2013 album Lost Sirens was a critical success and marked a return to form for the iconic band. Don't miss your chance to see them reunited, LIVE in concert! Buy your tickets now!