See New Order at The O2, London on their 2023 UK & European tour

8 September 2023, 09:51

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New Order are set to play new dates this autumn . Picture: Warren Jackson/Press

The Blue Monday legends will play shows this autumn which includes a date at The O2 Arena in London. Find out where they're headed, who's supporting them and how to buy tickets.

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New Order are set to embark on a 2023 UK and European tour later this year.

The Blue Monday legends will play shows which follow a run of North American dates in March and will include a huge show at The O2, London on 29th September.

See their full dates and find out how to buy tickets

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See New Order's 2023 UK and European and Tour dates:

  • 21st September: Royal Arena, Copenhagen
  • 23rd September: Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam
  • 26th September: Zenith, Paris
  • 29th September: The O2, London
  • 1st October: 3Arena, Dublin
  • 5th October: OVO Hydro, Glasgow
  • 7th October: First Direct Arena, Leeds

How to buy tickets to New Order's 2023 UK & European dates:

Tickets for New Order's tour are on sale now See the full dates and find tickets here.

Who's supporting New Order in 2023?

Support comes from Australian indie electro pop outfit Confidence Man, who will be special guests across the dates. The Leeds show will also see an appearance by Manchester band Kyris.

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