New Order Los Angeles Tickets
New Order is an English rock band that was formed in 1980. Currently, the group consists of Bernard Sumner, Gillian Gilbert, Stephen Morris, Tom Chapman and Phil Cunningham. By mixing electronic dance music and pot punk, New Order became one of the 80s most influential groups. The band has released nine albums, receiving moderate to great success and has kicked off several tours to promote each one of them. With the latest release, New Order has set off on a worldwide tour, and will be stopping by many cities, including yours. When the band comes to your city, attend the show with your New Order Los Angeles tickets.
The critically acclaimed group of the ‘80s, New Order is returning to the live stage and will be traveling worldwide. The band will be performing classic and new hits for the audience. On its US leg of the tour, the band will stop by Greek Theatre on July 13th, 2014. Apart from its regular concerts, New Order will also be appearing at the Sasquatch! Music Festival in July. Fans have already started buying their New Order Los Angeles tickets and they are currently selling fast.
Since its inception, this English rock group has contributed a lot to the alternative music scene. In 1983, New Order released a track “Blue Monday,” which became one of the best-selling songs of the decade. The ensemble constantly proves its brilliance through its recorded work and remarkable live performances.
In addition to that, the musical style of the group, which features a blend of electronic dance music with post-punk earned New Order great success and fame. The group released its debut album, “Movement” in 1981, which met with mixed reviews. To date, New Order has come up with nine records, “Lost Sirens” being the latest one. It is currently the most successful album by the band, featuring songs like Shake It Up, I Told You So and Californian Grass. The band, currently on tour, will bring hits from past and present to put up great show. Be there to enjoy and sing along with the band members.