New Order and Pet Shop Boys postpone joint headline tour
New Order and Pet Shop Boys have been forced to postpone their eagerly anticipated joint headline tour because of the current coronavirus crisis.
The pandemic, which has wreaked havoc in the music industry, has seen multiple postponed tours, cancelled festivals and delayed album releases. Now, Pet Shop Boys and New Order have taken the hit.
“New Order and Pet Shop Boys unfortunately have to announce that our much-anticipated Unity Tour of North America, scheduled to start September 2020, will be moving to next year,” the band wrote. “We are rescheduling the tour to commence September 2021 and will announce the new dates shortly.”
They added: “Tickets for the original dates will remain valid for the new dates but refunds will be available if required in due course. Thank you for your understanding. Stay safe, and we look forward to seeing you in 2021.”
see the full dates, below.
New Order and Pet Shop Boys Postponed Tour:
September 2020 05 – Toronto, Budweiser Stage 09 – Boston, Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion 11 – Philadelphia, TD Pavilion at the Mann 12 – New York, Madison Square Garden 15 – Columbia, Merriweather Post Pavilion 18 – Chicago, Huntington Bank Pavilion 20 – Minneapolis, The Armory 24 – Vancouver, Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena 26 – George, Gorge Amphitheatre 30 – San Francisco, Chase Center