Update 11/10/15

In addition to their rescheduled 50th anniversary tour, The Who have also announced a concert at London’s SSE Arena in Wembley. The show will take place on February 13, which means it’s the first date of their tour before heading off to the U.S. Check below for the full itinerary.

Update 9/30/15
After a disappointing string of postponements due to Roger Daltrey’s health, The Who have released their updated tour schedule. The entire run of shows has been moved to 2016, beginning on February 27 at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, MI, and ending on May 29 at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Check below to see the full updates list of The Who 2016 tour dates.

Update 9/18/15
Another week, another bummer update out of The Who’s camp. Due to Roger Daltrey’s illness, which turns out is viral meningitis, the band is being forced to postpone the rest of the North American tour. The “rest” aka the entire thing. Even the previously rescheduled dates will have to be re-rescheduled to a later time. While fans are eager to see the band for their 50th anniversary, right now it’s time for Daltrey to get a little r&r. More updates as they become available.

Update 9/8/15
Looks like The Who will have to postpone shows yet again due to Roger Daltrey’s health. This time the singer has a virus and was given “doctor’s orders” to rest up. Shows affected fall between September 14-21, including their headlining slot at iHeartRadio Music Festival. The band will be making up four of the five tour dates (obviously they can’t reschedule iHeartRadio), so stay tuned as the new dates are announced.

Update 6/19/15
To make up for the several May shows they were forced to reschedule, The Who has added an additional date to their 50th anniversary farewell tour. It will take place in Denver, CO, at the Pepsi Center on December 10. Tickets go on sale June 26 at 10am. Updated dates below.

Update 6/5/15
Due to Roger Daltrey’s swollen vocal chords, last month The Who were forced to postpone a few concerts on their 50th anniversary tour. Unfortunately three nights off isn’t enough for the 71-year-old singer, and the band is also postponing their September 23 show at Oracle Arena in Oakland, CA, and their October 21 show at Air Canada Centre in Toronto. Both have been moved to December. Bummer! The band has also rescheduled their previously postponed dates–you can find the updated tour dates below.

Update 12/18/14
The Who kicked off their 50th anniversary / farewell tour on 11/21 in Abu Dhabi, marking their first ever show in the Middle East. Led by Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey, the band moved through a 20+ song set, including hits “Behind Blue Eyes,” “The Kids Are Alright” and “Who Are You.” Check below for a full setlist.

Rock & Roll Hall of famers The Who have announced that 2015 is going to be their final year on tour. Remaining original band members Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey revealed detailed for The Who 50th anniversary tour dates, scheduled for next year, and also commemorating the band’s inception in 1965. Before The Who Farewell Tour arrives, however, they still have plenty left in the tank to celebrate. On November 12, a special edition of rock opera Tommy will be released; it is the latest reprisal of one of their many classic albums since last year’s Quadrophenia release, and The Who concerts celebrating the album’s 40th anniversary.

News of The Who final concert tour was dropped during promotion of the upcoming documentary Sensation: The Story of The Who’s TOMMY. The original music for the rock opera was released in 1969. The Who’s farewell concerts are imminent, in part, because of the declining health of both Townshend and Daltrey. Since their full reunion in 1999 after over 15 years apart, The Who concerts have continued to be a major draw from fans spanning many generations. Last year’s Quadrophenia tour was the second such commemorative effort for that particular album, and it was a huge hit. Riding the wave of Tommy, which includes the new fans a deluxe album will garner, The Who is sure to be as popular in their 50th year as they were in 1965.

The Who 50th Anniversary Tour Dates

The Who New 2016 Tour Dates

2/13 @ SSE Arena in Wembley, London
2/27 @ Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, MI
3/1 @ Air Canada Centre in Toronto, ON
3/3 @ Madison Square Garden in New York, NY
3/7 @ TD Garden in Boston, MA
3/10 @ United Center in Chicago, IL
3/12 @ KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, KY
3/14 @ Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA
3/16 @ CONSOL Energy Center in Pittsburgh, PA
3/19 @ Prudential Center in Newark, NJ
3/21 @ BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee, WI
3/24 @ Verizon Center in Washington, DC
3/26 @ Scottrade Center in St. Louis, MO
3/29 @ Pepsi Center in Denver, CO
4/26 @ Air Canada Centre in Toronto, ON
4/29 @ Sprint Center in Kansas City, MO
5/01 @ Target Center in Minneapolis, MN
5/04 @ MTS Centre in Winnipeg, MB
5/06 @ SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon, SK
5/08 @ Rexall Place in Edmonton, AB
5/10 @ Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, AB
5/13 @ Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC
5/15 @ KeyArena at Seattle Center in Seattle, WA
5/17 @ Moda Center in Portland, OR
5/19 @ Oracle Arena in Oakland, CA
5/22 @ Honda Center in Anaheim, CA
5/25 @ STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, CA
5/27 @ Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, CA
5/29 @ Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, NV

The Who Concert Tickets

The Who Ticket Prices

The Who Historical Ticket Prices

Dec 11, 2014 – $574.70 – Liverpool Echo Arena – Liverpool, UK
Metro Radio Arena – Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
Dec 5, 2014 – $518.70 – Capital FM Arena Nottingham – Nottingham, UK
First Direct Arena – Leeds, UK

Cheapest The Who Shows of All Time

Odyssey Arena – Belfast, UK
Liverpool Echo Arena – Liverpool, UK
Metro Radio Arena – Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
First Direct Arena – Leeds, UK
Phones 4u Arena – Manchester, UK

Most Expensive The Who Shows of All Time

Feb 8, 2013 – $409.48 – Hard Rock Hotel And Casino- The Joint – Las Vegas, NV
Hard Rock Hotel And Casino- The Joint – Las Vegas, NV
Reno Events Center – Reno, NV
Madison Square Garden – New York, NY

The Who 50th Anniversary Setlist

I Can’t Explain, Substitute
The Seeker
The Kids Are Alright
I Can See For Miles
Who Are You
Behind Blue Eyes
Magic Bus
Squeeze Box
You Better You Bet
Baba O’Riley
Eminence Front
Anyway Anyhow Anywhere
Won’t Get Fooled Again
Amazing Journey
Pinball Wizard
See Me Feel Me
Bell Boy
Love Reign O’er Me
The Real Me

The Who Videos