Peter Hook & The Light concerts will take to the road across the United States and Canada in August and September 2022 for the tour “Joy Division: A Celebration,” honoring the iconic British rock and new wave band. Hook was the bassist and co-founder of the band led by vocalist Ian Curtis and later New Order which formed after Curtis took his own life in 1980.
At 26 dates in total, “Joy Division: A Celebration” is Peter Hook & The Light’s largest ever tour, performing Joy Division’s two seminal albums Unknown Pleasures and Closer in full with additional Joy Division rarities and an opening set of New Order material. The tour follows the debut UK dates for “Joy Division: A Celebration” which commemorate the 40th anniversary of Joy Division and Ian Curtis’ continuing influence.
Dates for the tour:
August 11 @ The Danforth Music Hall in Toronto
August 12 @ The Danforth Music Hall in Toronto
August 13 @ Club Soda in Montreal
August 15 @ Royal Oak Music Theatre in Royal Oak, MI
August 16 @ The Eastern in Atlanta
August 18 @ First Avenue in Minneapolis
August 19 & 20 @ Metro in Chicago
August 22 @ The Pabst Theatre in Milwaukee
August 23 @ Paradise Rock Club in Boston
August 25 @ The Fillmore Silver Spring
August 26 @ Union Transfer in Philadelphia
August 27 @ Terminal 5 in New York
August 29 @ The Van Buren in Phoenix
August 30 & 31 @ Mohawk, Austin
September 2 @ House Of Blues Houston
September 3 @ House Of Blues Dallas
September 5 @ Ogden Theatre, Denver
September 6 @ Humphreys Concerts by the Bay, San Diego
September 8 & 9 @ The Theatre At Ace Hotel, Los Angeles
September 10 @ The Warfield, San Francisco
September 12 @ Crystal Ballroom, Portland
September 13 @ The Showbox, Seattle
September 14 @ Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver
Tickets to see Peter Hook & The Light bring Joy Division back to life can be found on Vivid Seats, StubHub, Ticketmaster, TicketNetwork and TicketCity.
Complete information is available on Peter Hook and the Light’s website.
According to the Peter Hook and the Light’s official Instagram, they will also play, “singles, B-sides and an additional opening set of New Order material.”
Fingers crossed they bust out “Bizarre Love Triangle.”
Rolling Stone also confirmed that, “Hook and the Light will perform Joy Division’s early Warsaw material, tracks from their compilation Still, and the final songs the band wrote — “Ceremony” and “In a Lonely Place” — which were ultimately released by New Order.”