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Thanks to their thrilling blend of mod-pop, psychedelic, hard-rock and self-destruction, The Who tickets are often just as hard to come by now as they were in their 60’s heyday. Formed in 1964, lead vocalist Roger Daltrey, guitarist Pete Townshend, bassist Pete Entwistle and madcap drummer Keith Moon exploded onto the scene a year later with a string of teenage anthems (“My Generation,” “The Kids Are All Right”) that defined the era. The Who then consolidated their iconic status with a number of dynamic live performances at the Isle of Wight, Monterey Pop, and Woodstock festivals; however, The Who achieved their biggest success with 1969’s Tommy, an ambitious rock opera about a deaf, dumb and blind boy who becomes the leader of a messianic movement. The first half of the 70’s proved to be just as fruitful for The Who with the release of their only UK number one album, Who’s Next, and another critically-acclaimed venture into rock opera with 1973’s Quadrophenia. After some rocky times that included the death of drummer Keith Moon, The Who reunited several times throughout the 80’s, most notably for Live Aid and a 25th Anniversary tour. They would reconvene permanently in the mid-90’s when they invited Ringo Starr’s drummer son Zak Starkey and Pete’s guitarist brother Simon to join their line-up. Following Entwistle’s death in 2002, The Who recruited bassist Pino Palladino, went onto release their first studio album in 24 years, Endless Wire, and became a thriving live act, topping the bill at Glastonbury 2007, performing at the London leg of Live 8 and embarking on a mammoth 112-date world tour. Cited as a major influence on artists as diverse as Queen, The Flaming Lips and My Chemical Romance, The Who remain just as in-demand as they have ever been, as evident with recent headline slots at the 2010 Super Bowl half-time show and the London 2012 Olympic Games closing ceremony. The Who tickets for their North American tour, where they will perform Quadrophenia in its entirety, went on sale in 2012.

    Discography

    Studio Albums

    My Generation (1965)
    A Quick One (1966)
    The Who Sell Out (1967)
    Tommy (1969)
    Who's Next (1971)
    Quadrophenia (1973)
    The Who by Numbers (1975)
    Who Are You (1978)
    Face Dances (1981)
    It's Hard (1982)
    Endless Wire (2006)

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The Who Ticket News

9-30-15: On Wednesday The Who released their rescheduled tour dates following Roger Daltrey's illness. The band will kick things off on February 27 at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit and make 28 stops through the end of May. The tour will officially wrap on May 29 at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. View the complete list of rescheduled dates in the "schedule" tab above.

9-18-15: The Who have officially postponed all fall tour dates along their 50th Anniversary Tour. Vocalist Roger Daltrey revealed publicly on Friday that he is suffering from viral meningitis and is on bedrest for the foreseeable future. The band does have plans to reschedule all cancelled dates, however, and guitarist Pete Townshend said that they will return to the road in the spring of 2016 pending Daltrey's rejuvenated health.

9-8-15: On Tuesday The Who announced that they have postponed the first four shows on the next North American leg of their 50th Anniversary Tour, which was set to kick off in California next Monday, due to vocalist Roger Daltrey suffering from an undisclosed virus. The tour will now officially launch on September 24 in Portland, Oregon. The Who has also been forced to cancel their performance at this year's iHeartRadio Festival in Las Vegas on September 18.

9-1-15: Two weeks separate The Who from their next show at Valley View Casino Center. According to TicketIQ the average secondary market price for The Who tickets at Valley View Casino Center is now $211.55 and the get-in price starts at $84. From there the band heads to the Honda Center in Anaheim, where tickets own a secondary market average of $228.09 and the cheapest ticket available is currently listed for $58. The band’s 50th Anniversary Tour will continue in the U.S. and Canada through December 13 when it wraps at the Oracle Arena in Oakland.

8-26-15: The Who will play their first show of the second North American leg of tour at Valley View Casino on September 14. According to TicketIQ the average price for The Who tickets to that show is now $208.42 and the get-in price is $65. Two days later, they’ll head to the Honda Center in Anaheim, where tickets currently average $225.36 and get-in price starts at $53. The tour will wrap on December 13 at Oracle Arena in Oakland. That show currently owns a secondary market average of $271.87 and an $81 get-in price.

8-24-15: Under three weeks remain before The Who return to North America on their 50th Anniversary Tour. The 28-show affair, which continues through mid-December, now averages a $237.23 ticket on the secondary market. The most expensive show the band will play still comes on September 19 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, where tickets average $373.09 and get-in price is $111.10. Other top-priced shows include October 19 at Air Canada Centre ($319.46 avg./$68 get-in), October 23 at Consol Energy Center ($310.95 avg./$65 get-in) and December 1 at Air Canada Centre ($292.32 avg./$65 get-in).

8-20-15: Three weeks remain before The Who begin the next leg of the 50th Anniversary Tour. The band kick things off on September 14 at Valley View Casino in San Diego and will conclude on December 13 at Oracle Arena in Oakland. Over that time, the average price for The Who tickets is $276.70 on the secondary market. They’ll make their most expensive stop on September 19 at Caesars Palace Colosseum, where tickets average $358.42 and get-in price starts at $111.10.

8-18-15: Just three weeks now remain before The Who return to the road. The band will open its second North American leg at the Valley View Casino on September 14, where tickets now average $216.39 and get-in price starts at $64. They’ll then head to Anaheim to play the Honda Center on September 16. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $223.67 and a $58 get-in price.

8-14-15: Exactly one month remains before The Who launch the second North American leg of their 50th Anniversary Tour. They’ll kick things off on September 14 at Valley View Casino and make 30 stops across the U.S. and Canada through December. Over that time, The Who tickets now average $236 on the secondary market. Their most expensive date comes on September 19 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, where tickets own a secondary average of $318.40 and get-in price is $111.10.

8-12-15: Just over a month remains before The Who begin the second North American leg of their “The Who Hits 50!” Anniversary Tour. The iconic duo, which consists of original members Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend, will kick things off on September 14 at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego. 29 shows are scheduled through the middle of December, and the average price for The Who tickets on TicketIQ is $239.66 over the three-month stretch. Joan Jett & The Blackhearts will join the tour for three dates in December, playing the KFC Yum! Center on December 4, Scottrade Center December 6 and Sprint Center December 8.

8-10-15: The Who are creeping closer to the September 14 launch of their second North American 50th Anniversary leg. The tour kicks off at Valley View Casino and will make stops in the U.S. and Canada through mid-December. Over that time, the average price for The Who tickets on TicketIQ is $282.79. The band makes its most expensive stop on October 17 at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, where tickets average $347.12 and the get-in price is $73. Among other top-priced shows are October 23 at Consol Energy Center ($337.79 avg./$65 get-in) and September 19 at Caesars Palace Colosseum ($319.17 avg./$111.30 get-in).

8-6-15: The Who are less than six weeks removed from revving up the second North American leg of their 50th Anniversary Tour. They’ll get things started on September 14 at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego and are slated to make 29 stops in the U.S. and Canada through the middle of December. Over that time the average price for The Who tickets is $284.75 on the secondary market. The band will make their most expensive stop on September 19 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, where tickets own a secondary average of $389.79 and get-in price starts at $111.10. Several other shows currently have an average ticket price exceeding $300 as well, including October 23 at Consol Energy Center ($333.97), October 17 at Joe Louis Arena ($310.92), November 1 at Verizon Center ($303.81) and October 19 at Air Canada Centre ($301.19).

7-15-15: Less than two months remain before The Who embark on their second North American leg of their 50th Anniversary Tour. Over the three-month stretch that has them playing in the U.S. and Canada between September and December, the average price for The Who tickets is $231.64 on the secondary market. 32 shows are scheduled over the road stint, with the band’s most expensive coming on September 19 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The Who Las Vegas tickets currently own a secondary average of $425.76 and the get-in price is $111.10.

7-7-15: The Who will take the rest of the summer off to prepare for its second run through North America beginning in September. The iconic rock group is slated to make 31 stops between September and December, and the average price for The Who tickets is $228.83 on the secondary market. The most expensive stop comes on September 19 at Caesars Colosseum in Las Vegas, where The Who Las Vegas tickets own a secondary ticket average of $426.42 and the get-in price is $109.08. The tour officially kicks off on September 5 at the Cannery Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas and wraps on December 13 at Oracle Arena in Oakland.

7-1-15: The Who will kick off the second and final leg of their 50th Anniversary Tour on September 14 at Valley View Casino Center. 28 dates are scheduled through the middle of December, and the average price for The Who tickets over the four-month run is $232.57 on the secondary market. The most expensive show comes on September 19 at Caesars Palace, where tickets average at $440.86 and the get-in price starts at $118.17. Conversely, the cheapest show will be on December 8 at Sprint Center. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $141.13 and the get-in price is $57.

6-26-15: The Who will embark on the next leg of their 50th Anniversary Tour in September. The duo, which features lead singer Roger Daltrey and guitarist Pete Townshend, will make its most expensive stop at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on September 19. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $430 and the get-in price is $118.17. Other top-priced shows include an October 19 show at Air Canada Centre in Toronto ($306.01/avg.), December 13 at Oracle Arena in Oakland ($288.34/avg.) and October 3 at Rexall Place in Edmonton ($288.01/avg).

6-24-15: The Who will play British Summer Time at Hyde Park in London on Friday night. Following its festival gig, the band heads to Le Zenith in Paris for a show on June 30, and The Who Le Zenith tickets currently average at $371.67 and the get-in price starts at $270 on the secondary market. The Who will embark on its second North American leg of its 50th Anniversary Tour on September 14 at Valley View Casino Center and will play 28 dates through mid-December. Over that time, the average secondary price for The Who tickets is $224.26.

6-22-15: The Who frontman Roger Daltrey has claimed that his insurance company will not let him play a show each night of tour as he continues to experience strained vocal cords. The group will play its next show at the British Summer Time Festival in London’s Hyde Park on Friday. According to TicketIQ, the average price for British Summer Time Festival tickets is now $357.22 and the get-in price is $260. The Who will begin the second North American leg of its 50th Anniversary Tour on September 14 at Valley View Casino Center in San Diego. The Who Hits 50! Tour officially wraps on December 13 at Oracle Arena in Oakland.

6-18-15: The Who will play its next show at the British Summer Time festival in London’s Hyde Park on June 26. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for London The Who tickets is $350.89 and the cheapest available ticket is priced for $255. The festival will also feature performances from Paul Weller, Kaiser Chiefs and Johnny Marr of the Smiths. The band’s second North American leg begins at Honda Center in Anaheim on September 16.

6-16-15: Before beginning the second North American leg of their 50th Anniversary Tour in September, The Who will play a series of shows across the pond through the summer months. The band, which features original vocalist Roger Daltrey and guitarist Pete Townshend, is slated to play British Summer Time in London’s Hyde Park on June 26. That festival currently owns a secondary ticket average of $350.22 and the cheapest available ticket is now $255. Additional performances will be held by Paul Weller, Kaiser Chiefs and former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr.

6-12-15: The Who will return to the U.S. this fall when the band continues its 50th Anniversary Tour. Over the second and final North American leg of tour, the average price for The Who tickets is $237.80 on the secondary market. The most expensive show will be held on September 19 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $441.40 and the get-in price is $118.17. Conversely, the cheapest gig comes on November 4 at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, where tickets average at $144.87 and get-in price is $43.

6-10-15: Strained vocal cords can’t keep Roger Daltrey and The Who off the road for long. The iconic vocalist was recently forced to cancel a slew of North American dates on The Who Hits 50! Anniversary Tour as he recovered, but the band will be back to tour the U.S. and Canada this fall. Daltrey and longtime music partner Pete Townshend will return stateside beginning in September, playing 28 dates through December. Over that time, the average price for The Who tickets is $238.17 on the secondary market. The band’s top-priced show comes on September 19 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, where tickets average at $448.29 and the get-in price, or cheapest available ticket, is currently $118.17. An October 17 show at Madison Square Garden in New York City will be the second most expensive show, with tickets owning a secondary average of $357.54 and get-in price starting at $89.

5-26-15: Legendary rock band The Who will play the Barclays Center in Brooklyn tonight. The average price for The Who tickets in Brooklyn is currently $171.85 and get-in price is $69 on the secondary market. Just two dates remain on the group’s current North American leg, which concludes at Forest Hills Stadium in Queens on May 30. Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend will be back in the U.S. and Canada in September, making their second run of shows through November.

5-22-15: The Who is in Atlantic City for a show at Boardwalk Hall Arena tonight. According to TicketIQ, the average price for The Who tickets is $262.70 on the secondary market. The cheapest available ticket is listed for $75. One more weekend stop is scheduled for Sunday night at Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut, where tickets average at $224.04. The cheapest ticket to the Uncasville gig is $144.

5-20-15: The Who will be in Long Island tonight when they play Uniondale’s Nassau Coliseum. According to TicketIQ, the average price for The Who tickets to their Long Island gig is currently $169.04 and get-in price starts at $64. The band then travels to Boardwalk Hall Arena in Atlantic City for a show on Friday, where tickets own a secondary average of $259.35 and the cheapest available ticket is $35. The Who wrap their week on Sunday when they play Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut. That show sees a median ticket price of $218.27 and get-in price starts at $74.

5-18-15: Iconic rock band The Who is bound for Long Island this week. The group will invade the former home of the New York Islanders in Nassau Coliseum for a show this Wednesday. According to TicketIQ, the average price for The Who tickets to its Uniondale gig is currently $175.84 on the secondary market. The cheapest available ticket is priced for $66. The band will play two more shows this week when it hits the Boardwalk Hall Arena in Atlantic City on Friday and Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut on Sunday. The Who hits 50! Tour continues its first North American leg through the end of the month, playing five more shows over the next two weeks.

5-14-15: After an unfortunate vocal cord strain sidelined lead vocalist Roger Daltrey last week, The Who return to the road for their 50th Anniversary celebration this week. The band is slated to make its next tour stop at Nationwide Arena tomorrow night, where tickets average at $209.90 and get-in price is $46 on the secondary market. The band will then head to Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia for a show on Sunday night. The average secondary price for that show is $136.29 and get-in price is $38. The tour continues its first North American leg through the end of the month, ultimately wrapping with a May 30 show at Forest Hills Stadium in New York.

5-8-15: The Who have been forced to cancel a series of upcoming live shows as lead vocalist Roger Daltrey recovers from strained vocal cords. The band will miss stops at KFC Yum! Center in Louisville Saturday night and a Monday show at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. The tour is scheduled to resume on May 13 at Allstate Arena in Rosemont. Over the band’s remaining dates through September, the average price for The Who tickets is $241.53 on the secondary market. The band will play its most expensive show on May 22 at Boardwalk Hall Arena in Atlantic City, New Jersey. That show currently owns a secondary average of $321.74 and get-in price starts at $70.

12-17-14: Longtime English rockers, The Who, announced a new tour back in June called the “The Who Hits 50!” tour celebrating the 50th anniversary of the band. However, the rock band has had to deal with some setbacks to their tour as singer Roger Daltrey has been ordered by doctors to rest up his voice due to a throat infection as their two shows at the O2 Arena tonight and tomorrow have been postponed until March 2015. The band has suggested that this tour could very well be their last performances live because of the toll the tour can have on the band physically. After Roger Daltrey returns back from his illness the band will have 44 scheduled shows in North America starting on April 15 at the Amalie Arena in Tampa.

The Who Live Performance Video Highlights

The Who Tour Dates

'The Who Hits 50!' Anniversary Tour Dates

11/26/14 – Dublin, IE @ The O2
11/28/14 – Belfast, IE @ Odyssey Arena
11/30/14 – Glasgow, UK @ SSE Hydro
12/02/14 – Leeds, UK @ First Direct Arena
12/05/14 – Nottingham UK @ Captial FM Arena
12/07/14 – Birmingham, UK @ NIA
12/09/14 – Newcastle, UK @ Metro Radio Arena
12/11/14 – Liverpool, UK @ Echo Arena
12/13/14 – Manchester, UK @ Phones 4U Arena
12/15/14 – Cardiff, UK @ Motorpoint Arena
12/17/14 – London, UK @ The O2
12/18/14 – London, UK @ The O2

04/15/15 – Tampa, FL @ Amalie Arena
04/17/15 – Miami, FL @ American Airlines Arena
04/19/15 – Jacksonville, FL @ Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
04/21/15 – Raleigh, NC @ PNC Arena
04/23/15 – Duluth, GA @ The Arena at Gwinnett Center
04/27/15 – Austin, TX @ Frank Erwin Center
04/29/15 – Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
05/02/15 – Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center
05/11/15 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
05/13/15 – Chicago, IL @ Allstate Arena
05/15/15 – Columbus, OH @ Nationwide Arena
05/17/15 – Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center
05/20/15 – Uniondale, NY @ Nassau Coliseum
05/22/15 – Atlantic City, NJ @ Boardwalk Hall
05/24/15 – Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun Arena
05/26/15 – Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center
05/30/15 – Forest Hills, NY @ Forest Hills Stadium

Rescheduled Dates

02/27/16 — Detroit, MI @ Joe Louis Arena
03/01/16 — Toronto, On @ Air Canada Centre
03/03/16 — New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
03/07/16 — Boston, MA @ TD Garden
03/10/16 — Chicago, IL @ United Center
03/12/16 — Louisville, KY @ KFC Yum! Center
03/14/16 — Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center
03/16/16 — Pittsburgh, PA @ CONSOL Energy Center
03/19/16 — Newark, NJ @ Prudential Center
03/21/16 — Milwaukee, WI @ BMO Harris Bradley Center
03/24/16 — Washington, DC @ Verizon Center
03/26/16 — St. Louis, MO @ Scottrade Center
03/29/16 — Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center
04/26/16 — Toronto, ON @ Air Canada Centre
04/29/16 — Kansas City, MO @ Sprint Center
05/01/16 — Minneapolis, MN @ Target Center
05/04/16 — Winnipeg, MB @ MTS Centre
05/06/16 — Saskatoon, SK @ SaskTel Centre
05/08/16 — Edmonton, AB @ Rexall Place
05/10/16 — Calgary, AB @ Scotiabank Saddledome
05/13/16 — Vancouver, BC @ Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
05/15/16 — Seattle, WA @ KeyArena at Seattle Center
05/17/16 — Portland, OR @ Moda Center
05/19/16 — Oakland, CA @ Oracle Arena
05/22/16 — Anaheim, CA @ Honda Center
05/25/16 — Los Angeles, CA @ STAPLES Center
05/27/16 — San Diego, CA @ Valley View Casino Center
05/29/16 — Las Vegas, NV @ Colosseum at Caesars Palace

The Who Ticket Price History

Average Tour Price

Year Avg Price
2015: $247.40
2014: $429.89
2013: $314.14
2012: $242.27

Five Most Expensive Shows of 2015:

Date Opponent Avg Price
9/19/2015 at Caesars Palace: $599.67
4/27/2015 at Frank Erwin Center: $349.42
10/27/2015 at Madison Square Garden: $315.66
5/13/2015 at Allstate Arena: $309.32
9/14/2015 at Valley View Casino Center: $307.80

Five Most Expensive Shows Since 2012:

Date Opponent Avg Price
2/21/2013 at Nassau Coliseum: $1,420.95
12/05/2012 at Madison Square Garden: $751.13
2/08/2013 at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel: $743.48
9/19/2015 at Caesars Palace: $599.67
2/22/2013 at Boardwalk Hall Arena: $488.70

Five Least Expensive Shows of 2015:

Date Opponent Avg Price
4/23/2015 at The Arena At Gwinnet Center: $148.05
10/17/2015 at Joe Louis Arena: $169.03
10/08/2015 at MTS Centre: $180.34
9/25/2015 at Moda Center: $201.35
5/17/2015 at Wells Fargo Center: $202.22

Five Most Expensive Shows Since 2012:

Date Opponent Avg Price
2/17/2013 at Schottenstein Center: $136.30
11/11/2012 at Consol Energy Center: $137.22
11/16/2012 at TD Garden: $138.03
11/27/2012 at Target Center: $141.22
4/23/2015 at The Arena At Gwinnet Center: $148.05

 
 
 
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