New Order To Make Warehouse Project Debut In December

21 July 2015, 14:03

New Order 2015

The iconic band will play The Warehouse Project in Manchester for the first time ever this December, with two dates announced.

Tickets are priced at £35 and as well as getting to see the legendary band perform some of their new tracks as well as the classic hits, there's a cracking support line-up too.

On Saturday, the party runs from 8pm until 3am and Erol Alkan, Factory Floor, Horse Meat Disco and others will offer support. On Sunday it's a line-up full of favourites like A Certain Ratio, Factory Floor, Mike Pickering and DJ Tin Tin.


Tickets go on sale in Thursday at 9am, with pre-sale open tomorrow morning from 9am.

New Order will release their new record Music Complete this September. They'll then go out on tour with dates planned for Brixton Academy on 16 November, Glasgow's Academy on 19 November, the Olympia in Liverpool on 21 November and on 24 November they'll play the Civic Hall in Wolverhampton.

This year marks 10 years of The Warehouse Project, widely-recognised as one of the most exciting live music projects in the UK.



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