This is no Blue Monday for New Order fans after the British legends announced their return to Minnesota.
The synth-pop masters, whose definitive '80s sound won them an army of followers, will play the Palace Theatre in St. Paul on Aug. 23.
They're known for a string of hits including "Blue Monday," "Bizarre Love Triangle," and "Age of Consent."
Concert-goers will get to see two of the three original members, with singer/guitarist Bernard Sumner and drummer Stephen Morris touring along with keyboardist Gilian Gilbert.
The other founding member, Peter Hook, quit the band in 2007 and just recently sued Sumner and Morris for continuing without him.
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The trio were original members of Joy Division along with Ian Curtis, creating New Order after Curtis killed himself.
The Star Tribune reports it's the first time in 29 years that New Order has played in Minnesota, with the last time coming at the St. Paul Civic Center in 1989.
All tickets for the Aug. 23 show will cost a pricey $80, with the pre-sale starting on June 29. More information can be found here.