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Mon28 Sep 202005:00:AM Virtual Experiences Zone,Your Home,NYThe Who - Virtual Experiences
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Fri05 Mar 202103:30:AM 3Arena,Dublin,DUBThe Who
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Mon08 Mar 202103:30:AM M&S Bank Arena,Liverpool,liverpoolThe Who
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Wed10 Mar 202103:30:AM The Hydro At SSE,Glasgow,glasgowThe Who
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Fri12 Mar 202103:30:AM Utilita Arena,Newcastle upon Tyne,newcastle-The Who
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Mon15 Mar 202103:30:AM First Direct Arena,Leeds,leedsThe Who
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Wed17 Mar 202103:30:AM Resorts World Arena,Birmingham,birminghamThe Who
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Mon22 Mar 202103:30:AM The SSE Arena,London,GTMThe Who
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Wed24 Mar 202103:30:AM Motorpoint Arena - Nottingham,Nottingham,NTTThe Who
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Mon29 Mar 202103:30:AM Manchester Arena,Manchester,manchesterThe Who
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Fri19 Sep 207003:30:AM King Center For The Performing Arts,Melbourne,VICClassic Albums Live Tribute Show: The Who - Who's Next
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English rock band The Who, first came to prominence for their energetic live performances that frequently included instrument destruction. They are known to have sold almost a hundred million records, charting twenty-seven top forty singles within the UK and US, and for making seventeen top ten albums, among which eighteen went gold, five went multi-platinum and twelve went platinum within the US alone.

About The Who

Formed in 1964, the group initially comprised of Roger Daltrey as lead vocalist, harmonica-player and keyboardist; Pete Townshead as keyboardist, vocalist and guitarist; John Entwistle as vocalist and bassist; and Keith Moon as vocalist and drummer. In 1990, the group was welcomed into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, marking their first year of eligibility. Their display quote has described them as the prime contenders for the World’s Greatest Rock Band, in minds of the many. In 1979, TIME magazine wrote that no other band has ever taken rock so far, or expected so much from it, while Rolling Stones quite rightfully placed them in just the perfect league, saying that alongside The Rolling Stones and The Beatles, The Who completed the trinity of British rock. The Who are considered to be legendary among the greatest of legends, which is why it is not at all surprising to see why The Who tickets create such a havoc among rock fans every time their shows are anticipated.
The Who gained recognition in the UK with a string of top ten hits that were in part boosted by pirate radio stations like Radio Caroline, starting in January 1965 with the song I Can’t Explain. Their following albums The Who.Sell Out, A Quick One, and My Generation, made it among top hits with the former two reaching the top five in UK. They were first spotted on US Top Forty in 1967 with the song Happy Jack, hitting the top ten a little later the same year with the single I Can See till Miles.  The group’s popularity increased with memorable performances that are now looked at as milestones in their journey to stardom, such as their show at Monterey Pop, Woodstock, as well as the music festival, Isle of Wight.  Their 1965 release called Tommy was the first among a set of top ten albums among the US audience, which was soon followed by the celebrated Live at Leeds, Who’s Next, The Who by Numbers, Quadrophenia, The Kids Are Alright and Who Are You.
In 1978, The Who drummer Moon passed away at the age of thirty-two, following which the group issued two studio albums, the US and UK top five hit Face Dances, along with the US top ten called It’s Hard, featuring drummer Kenny Jones just before the band quite in 1983. The artists got back together at certain events like Live Aid; reunion tours including their twenty-fifth anniversary tour of 1989, and Quadrophenia tours of 1997 and 1996. By 2000, the three surviving band members were rumored to release a new album, but their plans came to a halt when bassist Entwistle suddenly died in 2002. Daltrey and Townshead have continued performing as The Who, and in 2006 released a studio album titled Endless Wire that reached the top ten hits in US and UK.
The Who received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the world renowned Grammy Foundation and the British Phonographic Industry in 1988 and 2001, respectively, for their outstanding and innovative contributions of creativity and significance in the recording field. In 2008, Townshead along with Daltrey, were welcomed and honored at the Kennedy Center Honors. The same year they were paid a tribute to by VH1 Rock Honors,  where Tenacious D’s member Jack Black awarded them the title of greatest band from all time. The band has remained quite active even in its later year, after suffering setbacks with the death of two of its original members, performing live shows. In November 2012, they began the Quadrophenia and More tour of North America, and soon released the much awaited remasteres live album titled Live at Hull. The Who are truly a one of a kind legendary band, one third of the holy trinity of British rock. Don’t miss their live performance, just make sure to grab some cheap The Who tickets in time.

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As of 11/09/2020 the average The Who tickets will cost you between $405 and $1168, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the Motorpoint Arena - Nottingham, Nottingham on 24/03/2021. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 08/03/2021 at the M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool.
Minimum get in price is for The Who tickets is $262 for the event being held at the 3Arena, Dublin on 05/03/2021 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool on 08/03/2021 will set you back $1168.

Event City Venue Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price (Minimum Price)
The Who - Virtual ExperiencesYour HomeVirtual Experiences Zone28-Sep-20$669$669
The WhoDublin3Arena5-Mar-21$426$262
The WhoLiverpoolM&S Bank Arena8-Mar-21$1,168$1,168
The WhoGlasgowThe Hydro At SSE10-Mar-21$511$304
The WhoNewcastle Upon TyneUtilita Arena12-Mar-21$652$405
The WhoLeedsFirst Direct Arena15-Mar-21$438$304
The WhoBirminghamResorts World Arena17-Mar-21$520$405
The WhoLondonThe SSE Arena22-Mar-21$536$454
The WhoNottinghamMotorpoint Arena - Nottingham24-Mar-21$405$405
The WhoManchesterManchester Arena29-Mar-21$454$454

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