The Who tour tickets are available for sale.
Here's upcoming The Who concert schedule as below:
Note: there GA and/or Parking Pass for the Who's concerts are available at this moment.
Rockers around the globe are eagerly anticipating theiir concert tour. The quintessential band has eluded that 2015 marks their farewell tour. Since Pete Townshend and Roger Daltry, co-founders and initial band members, are both experiencing health issues; it makes sense for The Who to slow down.
As Daltry remarked in Rolling Stone the tour is – "the beginning of a long goodbye."
This tour also commemorates the iconic band's beginnings in 1965. Their recently released album The Who Hits 50! spotlights the rock band's first new song for eight years, Be Lucky.
The North American leg of The Who tour commences on April in Tampa, FL. You'll get a gracious plenty opportunities to catch the legendary band prior to the final show on November in Philadelphia, PA.
They will stop in major cities, such as: Austin, Houston and Dallas, Nashville, Las Vegas, Chicago, Washington DC, Kansas City, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Miami, Seattle, San Diego, Detroit, and even Canada.
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Update on April 2016:
They confirmed to perform concert at Desert Trip festival on October 2016 with a group of world-class artists like The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Roger Waters, and Paul McCartney.
It seems appropriate to get a wee bit nostalgic and explore some facts about The Who.
Who remembers when:
Keith Moon fired Roger Daltrey for flushing his drugs down the toilet. The year was 1965. Daltrey apologized three days later and was accepted back into the fold.
At a London show, in 1976, the band broke the Guinness World Record for "loudest concert". Ultimately, Guinness was forced to quit monitoring this record since reportedly, people were suffering hearing losses.
While celebrating Keith Moon's 21st birthday, the damages incurred at a Holiday Inn got the band banned for life. Moon allegedly backed a car into the hotel swimming pool…
It's not all bad! The Who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The year was 1990.
American Women reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. It remained there for 15 weeks.
Finally, The Who, will go down in history as the first band "who" destroyed their instruments following live shows.