The Who is back on the road in 202o to promote their new album Who. The band consists in Roger Daltrey (Vocals), Pete Townshend (Guitar and vocals), Zak Starkey (Drums), Simon Townshend (Guitar, backing vocals), Loren Gold (Keyboards), Jon Button (Bass).
The band will perform in England, Scotland, Wales and United States.
All The Who 2020 tour dates
- 16 MAR 2020 MANCHESTER, ENGLAND MANCHESTER ARENA
- 18 MAR 2020 DUBLIN, EIRE 3ARENA
- 21 MAR 2020 NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, ENGLAND UTILITA ARENA
- 23 MAR 2020 GLASGOW, SCOTLAND THE SSE HYDRO
- 25 MAR 2020 LEEDS, ENGLAND FIRST DIRECT ARENA
- 30 MAR 2020 CARDIFF, WALES MOTORPOINT ARENA
- 1 APR 2020 BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND RESORTS WORLD ARENA
- 3 APR 2020 NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND MOTORPOINT ARENA
- 6 APR 2020 LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND M&S BANK ARENA
- 8 APR 2020 LONDON, ENGLAND THE SSE ARENA, WEMBLEY
- 27 APR 2020 DALLAS, TX, UNITED STATES AMERICAN AIRLINES CENTER
- 30 APR 2020 HOUSTON, TX, UNITED STATES TOYOTA CENTER
- 2 MAY 2020 DENVER, CO, UNITED STATES PEPSI CENTER
More dates can be announced
Hear the Who’s new song “All This Music Must Fade”:
In an interview, Pete Townshend talked about the song:
“Music is dedicated to every artist who has been accused of copying someone’s work. Oh really? Our musical palette is so limited in the 21st century even without some idiot claiming to have invented a similar string scheme.”
Hear The Who’s “I Don’t Wanna Get Wise”:
About the composition, guitarist Pete Townshend explains:
[It was written] in a mid-70s style, like it was from a record like “Who By Numbers.” Warning: do not get old. You can be wise.”
The proposal was successfully achieved, as the song really seems to have come straight out of the 70’s. The unmistakable Roger Daltrey brings yet another great performance.