The revised tour dates now include guest DJ Paul Oakenfold and take in an additional date at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center in New York. Head here for tickets.
New Order announced the change on Twitter: “Due to continuing uncertainty caused by the Covid pandemic, [Pet Shop Boys] and New Order unfortunately have to announce that their much-anticipated Unity Tour of North America will be moving to next year.”
Due to continuing uncertainty caused by the Covid pandemic, @petshopboys and New Order unfortunately have to announce that their much-anticipated Unity Tour of North America will be moving to next year. Find the full details here >> https://t.co/m3GmWCNhMY pic.twitter.com/13skfD2BYA
— New Order (@neworder) June 1, 2021
See the rescheduled 2022 ‘Unity Tour’ tour dates below:
Saturday 17 — Toronto, ON @ Budweiser Stage
Monday 19 — Boston, MA @ Leader Bank Pavilion
Wednesday 21 — Columbia, MD @ Merriweather Post Pavilion
Friday 23 — Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center
Sunday 25 — Philadelphia, PA @ TD Pavilion at the Mann
Wednesday 28 — New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
Friday 30 — Chicago, IL @ Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
Sunday 2 — Minneapolis, MN @ The Armory
Friday 7 — Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Bowl
Saturday 8 — Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Bowl
Wednesday 12 — San Francisco, CA @ Chase Center
Friday 14 — Seattle, WA @ Climate Pledge Arena
Sunday 16 — Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena
In other New Order news, last month the Manchester band released their new live album and concert film Education Entertainment Recreation (Live at Alexandra Palace).
The recording of their 2018 show at London’s Alexandra Palace – their only performance that year – spans two hours and 20 minutes of their classics, cuts from their latest album ‘Music Complete’, and renditions of seminal Joy Division numbers.
Elsewhere, Pet Shop Boys released a new orchestral song called ‘Cricket Wife’ in May, which landed alongside the arrival of their ‘My Beautiful Launderette’ EP on streaming services for the first time.
‘Cricket Wife’ is one side of a two-track single that was shared as part of the band’s Annually 2021, this year’s edition of their yearly annual release. The other side of the single takes the form of a lockdown version of their classic hit ‘West End Girls’.