The Who will hit the Road in North America, tour setlist

In my lifetime - hell, perhaps in all time - no group has emerged from retirement more often than The Who. After their founding member Keith Moon passed away, it appeared to be over, until Kenny Jones filled the position for a short period. The artist Pete Townshend had growing suspicions that the band was still the perfect outlet for his songwriting, and in the late eighties, the group declared its disbandment, punctuated with a `farewell tour'. Any person who attended any of those concerts believing that it would be the group's last hurrah - as publicized - might be quite bitter about the experience now. Since then, the group has been revitalized quite often than patients in a cardiac ward.

Now, after four years hiatus, The Who are back on the road and bringing their classic QUADROPHENIA with them. Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend, founding members of the band recently revealed their upcoming North American Concerts. The tour setlist will comprise songs from their 1973 album “Quadrophenia”

The tour dates and venues are as follows:

Nov. 1: Sunrise, FL - BankAtlantic Center

Nov. 3: Orlando, FL - Amway Center

Nov. 5: Duluth, GA - The Arena at Gwinnett Center

Nov. 8: Greenville, SC - Bi-Lo Center

Nov. 9: Greensboro, NC - Greensboro Coliseum

Nov. 11: Pittsburgh, PA - CONSOL Energy Arena

Nov. 13: Washington, DC - Verizon Center

Nov. 14: Brooklyn, NY - Barclays Center

Nov. 16: Boston, MA - TD Garden

Nov. 20: Montreal, - QC Bell Centre

Nov. 21: Ottawa, ON - Scotiabank Place

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Nov. 23: Toronto, ON - Air Canada Centre

Nov. 24: Detroit, MI - Joe Louis Arena

Nov. 27: Minneapolis, MN - Target Center

Nov. 29: Chicago, IL - Allstate Arena

Dec. 2: Nashville, TN - Bridgestone Arena

Dec. 5: New York, NY - Madison Square Garden

Dec. 6: Newark, NJ - Prudential Center

Dec. 8: Philadelphia, PA - Wells Fargo Center

Dec. 9: Uncasville, CT - M ohegan Sun Arena

Jan. 28: Anaheim, CA - Honda Center

Jan. 30: Los Angeles, CA - STAPLES Center

Feb. 1: Oakland, CA - Oracle Arena

Feb. 2: Reno, NV - Reno Events Center

Feb. 5: San Diego, CA - Valley View Casino Center

Feb. 6: Glendale, AZ - Arena

Feb. 8: Las Vegas, NV - The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Feb. 12: Denver, CO - Pepsi Center

Feb. 14: Tulsa, OK - BOK Center

Feb. 16: Louisville, KY - KFC Yum! Arena

Feb. 17: Columbus, OH - Schottenstein Center

Feb. 19: Hamilton, ON - Copps Coliseum

Feb. 21: Uniondale, NY - Nassau Coliseum

Feb. 22: Atlantic City, NJ - Boardwalk Hall

Feb. 24: Manchester, NH - Verizon Wireless Arena

Feb. 26: Providence, RI - Dunkin' Donuts Center