The two bands will perform 11 concerts on the “Unity Tour” in Canada and the United States.
Among the venues they will play are Madison Square Garden (New York) and Hollywood Bowl (Los Angeles).
The tournament will take place after Pet Show Boys released the album “Hotspot” last month. Meanwhile, New Order recently released an album in 2015. Since the release of “Music Complete”, the band has held several concerts around the world.
Pet Shop Boys, founded by Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe in 1981, has released throughout the 22 singles that have entered the UK Top 10 and 14 recordings. The group’s albums have been sold to over 50 million children.
New Order was founded in Manchester in 1980 by soloist Bernard Sumner, bassist Peter Hook, and drummer Stephen Morris after Joy Division dissolved after the death of soloist Jan Anderson, who committed suicide. New Order has released 10 studio albums and has a Brit Award, Grammy nominations and Mercury Prize nominations. Currently, along with Sumner and Morris, Gillian Gilbert (keyboards), Phil Cunningham (guitar) and Tom Chapman (bass) are among the band.