The Who Announce 2019 Moving On Tour

Possibly one of the best known rock bands of all time aren’t ready to hang up their hats any time soon. Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of The Who announced that they will be touring North America over the course of the Spring into fall.  The tour is dubbed the ‘Moving On! Tour’ and the first of 29 shows will kick off May 7 in Grand Rapids, MI and wrap up Oct. 23 in Edmonton, AB.  They will also stop in NYC, Chicago, Philadelphia, Detroit, Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles and Seattle.  The will also be stopping in Toronto and Vancouver in Canada. Besides the two co-founders, they will be joined  by a local orchestra along with the same band which they have been using the recent past including Simon Townshend, Loren Gold, Jon Button and Zak Starkey.

Not only will The Who be touring in 2019, but they will also be releasing their first album in over thirteen years!  Their previous album ‘Endless Wire’ was released in 2006 and peaked at the #7 spot on the Billboard 200.  In 2014, they celebrated their 50th anniversary with their ‘The Who Hits 50! Tour’ which had them stopping in Asia, Europe and North America.  In 1988, they received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the British Phonographic Industry.  In 1990 they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the UK Hall of Fame in 2005.

All upcoming The Who Tour stops:

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