1 Nov 2011
New Order live at the Troxy 10.12.11 
Following the huge success of their recent sold out shows in Brussels and Paris, New Order announce their first London show for five years at TROXY, in Commercial Road, London E1 on Saturday 10 December 2011.

Tickets go on sale 9am, Friday November 4th 2011 via www.troxy.co.uk / www.ticketline.co.uk

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4 Comments:

Anonymous Kelvin said...

Is Jake Evans doing a solo set, or joining the band on stage? His voice sounded great live as part of Bad Lieutenant. Is he being introduced as being part of New Order's future...?

01/11/2011, 12:10

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jake Evans is alright but not that great to take over Bernard Sumner's vocals mate so pack it in!

02/11/2011, 10:57

 
Anonymous Tim from Radio Clash said...

That was a joke. Sold out by 9:03am while I was putting details in - tickets already by 9:05am on Seatwave and Viagogo at 2-3 or 4 times the price.

FIX.

04/11/2011, 09:24

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This show should be good, so what is going to happen with Bad Lieutenant now sice Bernard is playing with new Order again, what about all those songs they wrote for BL.

05/12/2011, 19:29

 

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