Fans of defunct rockers JOY DIVISION can delve into the band's history with an upcoming exhibition honouring late frontman Ian Curtis.
Unknown Pleasures, a display of documents and memorabilia, will go on show from July (10) in MACclesfield, England, where the frontman grew up.
As well as the exhibition, fans will also be able to take a walking tour around the town and see the home Curtis shared with his wife, as well as a number of pubs and clubs the group performed in.
The band dissolved following Curtis' suicide on 18 May 1980. His former bandmate Peter Hook is playing a special gig on Tuesday (18May10) to mark the 30th anniversary of his pal's death.