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The Who Quadrophenia UK Tour 2013

The Who Announce UK & Ireland Arena Tour

28th January 2013

Following hot on the heels of their recent tour success in North America, The Who have announced that they will be touring the UK and Ireland this summer - with the band's classic rock opera Quadrophenia.

The new concert version of Quadrophenia is personally directed by Roger Daltrey and has been going down a storm stateside, gaining praise from press and fans alike . The new production uses powerful imagery, projected on to an array of massive screens, in order to complement and propel the music.

Original band members Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend will be joined by Zak Starkey (drums), Pino Palladino (bass), Simon Townshend (guitar/backing vocals), John Corey (keyboards), Loren Gold (keyboards/backing vocals) and Frank Simes (musical director, keyboards/backing vocals) during the 10-date tour of the UK and Ireland.

The Who will perform at the following venues during the tour:

  • Dublin O2 - 8th June 2013
  • Belfast Odyssey Arena - 10th June 2013
  • Glasgow SECC - 12th June 2013
  • London O2 Arena - 15th June 2013
  • London O2 Arena - 16th June 2013 - EXTRA DATE
  • Sheffield Motorpoint Arena - 18th June 2013
  • Newcastle Arena - 20th June 2013
  • Manchester Arena - 23rd June 2013
  • Cardiff Motorpoint Arena - 25th June 2013
  • Birmingham LG Arena - 28th June 2013
  • Liverpool Echo Arena - 30th June 2013

As well as performing Quadrophenia in its entirety, a selection of The Who's classic hits will also be performed during the tour.

Tickets to see The Who on their UK & Ireland summer tour go on general sale at 9am on Friday 1st February. A special fan club pre-sale will also run from 9am on Wednesday 29th January.

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Praise from the American press for The Who's recent US tour performances:

"A rock 'n' roll lover's dream come true" - Telegram.com, Boston

"Quadrophenia and its coming-of-age story unfolded in songs that blended nuance and noise, a spectacle grand and gritty" - Orlando Sentinel

"Quadrophenia is their (The Who's) boldest and most fully realized albums, but it's never quite gotten the live show it deserves - until now" - Rolling Stone Magazine

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