05 March 2014
Peter Hook & The Light US Tour 2014 
Peter Hook and The Light US Tour 2014

Peter Hook & The Light will return to North America in November 2014 for a 14 date tour performing New Order's albums Low Life and Brotherhood live and uncut. As with Hooky's earlier tours, these shows will also feature relevant singles and other cuts from the same period.

As a special bonus, Peter Hook & The Light will be supporting themselves at all dates, as they will play special sets of Joy Division material before each main set.

November 2014 itinerary

4 – The Mohawk Austin, TX
6 – The Trocadero, Philadelphia, PA
7 – Irving Plaza, New York, NY
8 – Royale, Boston, MA
10 – Théâtre Télus, Montreal, QC
11 – The Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, ON
13 – The Magic Bag, Ferndale, MI
14 – Metro Chicago, IL
15 – Fine Line Music Cafe, Minneapolis, MN
17 – VENUE, Vancouver, BC
18 – Neumos Seattle, WA
20 – Wonder Ballroom, Portland, OR
21 – MEZZANINE, San Francisco, CA
22 – Fonda Theatre, Los Angeles, CA

Ticketing information will follow.

More Hooky and the Light info including other tour news via Youtube, Facebook, Twitter and peterhook.co.uk.

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