May 10, 2018
1303 Northeast 45th Street
Seattle, WA 98105-4502
May 10, 2018
Show at 8:00 pm
$26.50 day of show
(not including fees)
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STG Presents Peter Hook & The Light at The Neptune on Thursday, May 10, 2018.
Peter Hook & The Light return to North America from late April to early June 2018 with a run of shows performing Joy Division and New Order's legendary Factory Records compilation albums "Substance" live, sequentially and in their entireties.
Having toured the albums to great reactions from critics and fans alike in late 2016, the tour sees Hooky and The Light return to some of the venues which witnessed those acclaimed shows as well as adding new venues and cities.
The tour begins on the Northern West Coast in late April '18 and sees The Light play a mammoth 28 dates over nearly seven weeks ending up in Florida in early June '18. Some of the reaction to the band's previous North American Substance dates below.
"Concert goers were in for a real treat as fans lined up around the block of The Wiltern Theatre to catch legendary bassist, Peter Hook. It was hard not to feel the heaviness of love and pride that filled the room as fans watched Hooky perform their favourite Factory Records jams." LA Record
"In the two-and-a-half hours he and The Light were on stage, it was hard to fathom how many hits New Order and Joy Division had. Just within the first hour, there were enough songs that some artists today wish they could both write and have in their arsenal. That is what great chemistry in a band does." Huffington Post
"Hook has proved all he needs to prove. If he retired tomorrow, his mark on music, his contributions to these bands, and frankly, his argument for what these bands should be is undeniable." Punk News