Sat May 25
08:00 PM
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Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia, PA
Tue May 28
07:30 PM
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Little Caesars Arena - Detroit, MI
Thu May 30
07:30 PM
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PPG Paints Arena - Pittsburgh, PA
Sat Jul 6
07:00 PM
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Wembley Stadium - London, UK
Tue Sep 3
07:30 PM
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Air Canada Centre - Toronto, ON
Fri Sep 6
07:30 PM
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Xcel Energy Center - Saint Paul, MN
Sun Sep 8
07:30 PM
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Alpine Valley Music Theatre - Elkhorn, WI
Tue Sep 10
07:30 PM
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Blossom Music Center - Cuyahoga Falls, OH
Fri Sep 13
06:30 PM
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Fenway Park - Boston, MA
Sun Sep 15
07:30 PM
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Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater - Wantagh, NY
Wed Sep 18
07:30 PM
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Philips Arena - Atlanta, GA
Fri Sep 20
07:30 PM
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BB&T Center - Sunrise, FL
Sun Sep 22
07:30 PM
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Amalie Arena - Tampa, FL
Wed Sep 25
07:30 PM
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Toyota Center - TX - Houston, TX
Fri Sep 27
07:30 PM
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American Airlines Center - Dallas, TX
Sun Sep 29
07:30 PM
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Pepsi Center - Denver, CO
Wed Oct 9
07:30 PM
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Chase Center - San Francisco, CA
Fri Oct 11
07:30 PM
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Hollywood Bowl - Los Angeles, CA
Sun Oct 13
07:30 PM
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Hollywood Bowl - Los Angeles, CA
Wed Oct 16
07:30 PM
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Viejas Arena - San Diego, CA
Sat Oct 19
07:30 PM
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T-Mobile Park - Seattle, WA
Mon Oct 21
07:30 PM
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Rogers Arena - Vancouver, BC
Wed Oct 23
07:30 PM
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Rogers Place - Edmonton, AB
Thu Oct 24
07:30 PM
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Hollywood Bowl - Los Angeles, CA


The Who Information

The Who are one of the more popular British imports from the 1960's. The band originally consisted of singer Roger Daltrey, guitarist Pete Townsend, drummer Keith Moon, and bassist John Entwistle. The Who along with the Kinks, popularized the pop-punk style which showed off their penchant for power chords and aggressive drumming. The now deceased drummer Keith Moon was the embodiment of Punk. His extreme lifestyle and hard living was eventually his downfall. Throughout the past four decades The Who solidified their place in Rock history with classic songs such as, " Magic Bus" , " My Generation" , " Who are you" and " Baba O'Reilly" , to name a few.

The Who were also pioneers of the Rock-Opera. In 1969, they released their first Rock-Opera, Tommy. Tommy told the story of a deaf, dumb, and blinc boy with an incredible ability to play pinball. With songs like " Pinball Wizard" and " I'm Free" , Tommy was a huge success as an album. In the early 1990's Tommy was again a smach hit, this time as a Broadway Musical.