The Who will be rounding off their sold out UK ‘Quadrophenia And More’ tour with one more show – at London’s Wembley Arena on July 8th – in aid of the Double O charity.
The tour follows on from a hugely successful North American, tour, praised by press and fans alike as probably the definitive interpretation of Quadrophenia and “a rock ‘n’ roll lover’s dream come true” (Telegram.com, Boston). “QUADROPHENIA is their (The Who’s) boldest and most fully realized albums,” writes Rolling Stone, “but it’s never quite gotten the live show it deserves – until now”.
An exclusive fan presale begins at 9am on Wednesday, March 13. To join the fanclub, click HERE.
The general ticket sale begins at 9am on Friday, March 15.
THE WHO QUADROPHENIA AND MORE UK/EUROPEAN TOUR 2013
June 8th Dublin: The O2
June 10th Belfast: Odyssey
June 12th Glasgow: SECC
June 15rd London: The O2
June 16th London: The O2
June 18th Sheffield: Motorpoint Arena
June 20th Newcastle: Metro Arena
June 23rd Manchester: Arena
June 25th Cardiff: Motorpoint Arena
June 28th Birmingham: LG Arena
June 30th Liverpool: Echo Arena
July 3rd Paris: Bercy
July 5th Amsterdam: Ziggo Dome
July 8th London: Wembley Arena
Click HERE for more tour and ticket information.
Double O was started by The Who in 1976 to help Erin Pizzey fund her Chiswick Women’s Refuges. It then became the first concert fundraiser for Nordoff-Robbins. In 1983, Pete Townshend took over Double O and performed concerts to support a large number of drug rehab charities, the Prince’s Trust and Rock Against Racism. The Trust now runs as a private dispersal charity, focussed, more than ever, on ‘survival’ of drug and alcohol damage, domestic violence, sexual abuse, music education, emergency relief for International disasters and young people’s prison reform.
Double O has dispersed about £4,000,000 and been indirectly responsible for the dispersal of another similar amount through Double O Promotions.