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New Order Book First Ever US Residency at Fillmore Miami Beach

Candice Blundo | June 25, 2019
New Order 2020

New Order have announced their first ever US residency, kicking off in January 2020!

The new wave rockers will return to Miami for a four-night stint at The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater - almost one year to the day since they played to a sold-out crowd at the very same venue in 2019.

Shows kick off Tuesday, January 14 and Wednesday, 1/15. After a quick break Thursday night, they’ll return to the stage for back-to-back performances that weekend, wrapping up Saturday, 1/18.

The residency marks the first shows the band have announced for the new year. As for 2019, their calendar is full through the fall, hitting the European festival circuit.

New Order also has a new release on the way – a live album titled ∑(No,12k,Lg,17Mif) New Order + Liam Gillick: So it goes… is due for release July 12. The album was recorded in 2017 at the Manchester International Festival alongside a synthesizer orchestra.


New Order US Residency Details:

Jan. 14 @ The Fillmore Miami Beach

Jan. 15 @ The Fillmore Miami Beach

Jan. 17 @ The Fillmore Miami Beach

Jan. 18 @ The Fillmore Miami Beach


About New Order:

Formed from the ashes of post-punk/rock outfit Joy Division, New Order emerged in 1980 with a unique sound that combined post-punk with electronic funk and dance music. With a pioneering fusion of new wave and dance, New Order bridged the gap between two music worlds, creating a vibe and style of synth pop that was all their own. The group released several successful albums throughout the decade, including Power, Corruption, & Lies (1983), Technique (1989), and their singles compilation Substance (1987), with their smash-hit 1983 single “Blue Monday” becoming the best-selling 12-inch of all time. New Order briefly disbanded in 1993, with members pursuing solo projects before joining forces again in 1998. They have undergone various hiatuses and changes in personnel in the years since and have released a total of 10 studio albums. New Order is one of the most acclaimed and influential bands of the 1980s.

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