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The Who History

The Who were founded in London when founding members Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, and John Entwistle put the band together, with drummer Keith Moon joining later in 1964.

My Generation

The band released their debut album in 1965, and My Generation proved an iconic, timeless record that set the ball rolling on an incredible career.

The My Generation single reached number two in the UK charts and also saw the band start to break the United States.

A Quick One and The Who Sell Out were also successful studio albums, and singles such as Substitute, The Kids Are Alright, and I Can See for Miles saw their star rise.


1969 proved a huge year for the band as their album Tommy, which was later turned into a musical and a feature film, sold incredibly well across the world, with Pinball Wizard and I'm Free proving very successful singles.

Later that year, The Who played at the Woodstock Festival and further increased their exposure in the United States.

Who's Next

The 1970s saw the band continue to grow musically, and albums Who's Next, Quadrophenia, The Who By Numbers, and Who Are You all sold well on both sides of the Atlantic.

That is not to say that the band did not experience tricky periods during this decade, including the unreleased album Long Live Rock.

Death of Keith Moon

The band's wild drummer Keith Moon passed away in 1978, but that did not result in the band slowing down and were still continually evolving and playing out sold-out shows and releasing albums that drew critical acclaim.

Their studio output reduced somewhat and their 2006 release, Endless Wire, was the band's first album in over twenty years and still sold incredibly well and was supported by huge tours.

New Music

In 2019, The Who released their twelfth studio album, simply entitled WHO, and it reached number two on the Billboard Album Charts, which goes some way to showing the longevity of their ever-expanding fanbase. Their new album was supported by a big tour across Europe and North America.


The Who have sold hundreds of millions of records and were ushered into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990 and have won multiple Grammy Awards and a host of other accolades and are considered pioneers of the rock and roll scene and are still a band capable of putting on a mesmerizing show, hence the huge popularity of The Who tickets.

The Who Tour Dates

As a live act, The Who really excels, and that's why they have never had any issues when it comes to being able to sell tickets.

In the 1960s and 70s, they were groundbreaking in their approach, and to this day, the band still puts on an astonishing show, and seeing them live is very much a must-see event for all fans of The Who.

Headline Act

The Who have been playing headlining shows for the best part of 60 years, and they play in massive arenas and stadiums. Among their regular shows are their appearances in the much respected Teenage Cancer Trust events.

The Who Hits 50! tour saw the band play 69 dates across the world from 2014 to 2016, with huge events such as their gigs at the Honda Center, the Madison Square Garden, and London's Hyde Park proving to be especially memorable.

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The sheer size of the band's back catalog, where dozens of classic songs form their setlist, makes any of the upcoming The Who events compulsory viewing for fans of the band. One thing is for certain: watching the band in action will undoubtedly prove to be an amazing night, and every concert the band puts on grows with significance, not least as only two members of the original line-up are still involved with The Who.

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The Who ticket prices can change dramatically on the secondary market. The Who tickets will usually cost €108 per ticket. Currently, The Who show tickets start at an average of €75 per ticket.

The Who Tour Dates and Ticket Prices

You can find below the list of all the upcoming The Who tour dates, scheduled cities and venues that The Who will perform at. Scroll up on this page in order to buy tickets to all the available The Who shows.

Mar 20, 2024LondonLondon Royal Albert Hall$418

Performing At

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