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The Who Tour Dates + Concert Tickets 2016

The Who Tour and Tickets 2015

Rock ‘n’ roll legends The Who are set to rock the world yet again, and deliver their signature mixture of staple hits that have helped define what we perceive as rock these days.

Following some cancellation and alterations, the trek will officially commence on March 1, live at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, ON, Canada. The run will continue across North American soil for about three months, featuring the gang paying a visit to numerous notable centers.

Some of the prominent stops on the tour include Kansas City, Washington DC, St. Louis, Denver, Seattle, Vancouver, Calgary, San Diego, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, and many more.

The trek’s final stop has been booked for May 29, live at the legendary Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, NV.

Fans and critics agree that you pretty much cannot catch a greater rock band than The Who on the road in 2015, and that says a lot. If rock lies anywhere within your musical interests, one of the gang’s shows in your region is an absolute must-see.

The Who Cheap/Discounted Tickets 2016

The Who Schedule 2016

Date Time Location Venue
Feb 27 7:30PM Detroit (MI) Joe Louis Arena
Mar 01 7:30PM Toronto (Canada) Air Canada Centre
Mar 03 7:30PM New York (NY) Madison Square Garden
Mar 07 7:30PM Boston (MA) TD Garden
Mar 10 7:30PM Chicago (IL) United Center
Mar 12 7:30PM Louisville (KY) KFC Yum! Center
Mar 14 7:30PM Philadelphia (PA) Wells Fargo Center
Mar 16 7:30PM Pittsburgh (PA) Consol Energy Center
Mar 19 7:30PM Newark (NJ) Prudential Center
Mar 21 7:30PM Milwaukee (WI) BMO Harris Bradley Center
Mar 24 7:30PM Washington (DC) Verizon Center
Mar 26 7:30PM Saint Louis (MO) Scottrade Center
Mar 29 7:30PM Denver (CO) Pepsi Center
Apr 26 7:30PM Toronto (Canada) Air Canada Centre
Apr 29 7:30PM Kansas City (MO) Sprint Center
May 01 7:30PM Minneapolis (MN) Target Center
May 04 7:30PM Winnipeg (Canada) MTS Centre
May 06 7:30PM Saskatoon (Canada) SaskTel Centre
May 08 7:30PM Edmonton (Canada) Rexall Place
May 10 7:30PM Calgary (Canada) Scotiabank Saddledome
May 13 7:30PM Vancouver (Canada) Rogers Arena
May 15 7:30PM Seattle (WA) Key Arena
May 17 7:30PM Portland (OR) Moda Center at the Rose Quarter
May 19 7:30PM Oakland (CA) Oracle Arena
May 22 7:30PM Anaheim (CA) Honda Center
May 25 7:30PM Los Angeles (CA) Staples Center
May 27 7:30PM San Diego (CA) Valley View Casino Center
May 29 7:30PM Las Vegas (NV) Caesars Palace


ZB3202_168901_0573The amazing musical journey of The Who, the band that revolutionized music, brought us the very essence and roots of punk and hard rock music, ultimately becoming one of the best selling acts of all time with 100 million units shipped and just one of the greatest rock forces in the history of mankind, began in the year of 1964, as vocalist Roger Daltrey, guitarist Pete Townsend, drummer Keith Moon and bassist John Entwistle decided to form a band.

And the journey was stellar from the get go! Immediately in 1964, the group released their first single, a future all-time classic called “I Can’t Explain,” and began conquering the world through the power of rock music.

The band then released their full-length debut album called “My Generation” in 1965, and gave the world its very first taste of punk attitude, well over a decade before anyone knew what punk meant.

The band was raw and powerful, yet revolutionary. Whether we’re talking about such stage antics as crashing of guitars onstage or such revolutionary aspects as wall-ripping rock power chords and progressions, The Who in many ways have invented all that. They are known for their hits, sure, but the musical elements that this band introduced are often neglected, simply because they became the very fabric of rock ‘n’ roll.

But as early as their second album 1966’s “A Quick One,” the band showed desire to follow a more of a progressive path, and in 1969, that is exactly what they did by introducing the world to its very first rock opera. Titled “Tommy,” the album marks another landmark achievement in the history of music and further proves the musical prowess of these four individuals.

With 1971’s “Who’s Next,” the band achieved their very first No. 1 US album, mostly thanks to such staple rock hits as “Baba O’Riley,” “Won’t Get Fooled Again, ” and “Behind Blue Eyes.”

In 1973, the band released another super-ambitious effort, a double-album rock opera known as “Quadrophenia,” shaking up the world with an intriguing concept and killer hits like “The Real Me” and “5:15.”

The band followed their trail of success with 1975’s “The Who By Numbers” and 1978’s “Who Are You,” only for a tragedy to occur on September 7, 1978. The band’s wildest member, drummer Keith Moon, died of a drug overdose, leaving the band permanently affected.

The band tried to march forward, but only with mild success of the following two albums, ultimately announcing hiatus in 1988.

What followed was a string of on-off activity, mostly focusing on touring. Their final album to date, “Endless Wire,” was released in 2006, but the band mostly remains remembered for their golden era, much like they should be.

Another tragedy occurred in 2002, as bassist John Entwistle died due to a cocaine-induced heart attack.

However, the band still packs an amazing punch and to this date, the surviving Who lads still tour the world and deliver an amazing performance. Pete Townsend has severe hearing issues, but he still delivers some mean power chords, and Roger Daltrey’s singing is just pure gold. Are they the greatest band of all time? Well, they just might be.

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