Peter Hook to play Joy Division’s ‘Unknown Pleasures’ in full with orchestra at Vintage At Goodwood

He joins The Damned, Sandie Shaw and The Bees at the bash

Peter Hook is to play Joy Division‘s 1979 album ‘Unknown Pleasures’ in full at this year’s Vintage At Goodwood festival, aided by an orchestra and choir.

The fashion and music-themed festival takes place from August 13-15, and the bassist will close the festival’s ‘Inspired By’ stage on the final day, playing with guests including Rowetta.

Other acts playing the event, held at the Goodwood estate in Sussex, include The Faces (fresh from reuniting, with Mick Hucknall replacing Rod Stewart), The Bees, Sandie Shaw and The Damned.


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