Former Joy Division bassist Peter Hook will honor the 35th anniversary Ian Curtis’ death with a show on May 18th and the Christ Church in Macclesfield, England. The 500-seat 18th century church will be the setting for the charity gig that will feature Hook performing “the complete works of Joy Division,” Slicing Up Eyeballs reports.
Branded as the “So This is Permanence” concert, is named from a lyric from “Twenty Four Hours.” Hook “will play every single track written and recorded”—meaning the hits from classics 1979’s Unknown Pleasures and 1980’s Closer will finally come to life once again.
Proceeds from the performance will aid the Epilepsy Society and the Churches Conservation Trust. More information on the concert can be found over at Hook’s website.