The Who add 1 more show to their sold out UK tour




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” (, 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.





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. 







15 thoughts on “The Who add 1 more show to their sold out UK tour”

  1. stepee says:

    Is this to be a Quad show or a set of mixed songs?

    1. rlee says:

      Quadrophenia and More – like the rest of the tour.

      1. Ragnar says:

        UK tour sold out already ? If that´s true, it´s highly surprising. Could The Who be as popular as ever in 2013 !?

      2. Kevin says:

        Fan club pre-sale codes – 4 tickets PER SHOW or 4 tickets PER TOUR?

        Both statements can be found on here – confusing.

        Have 4 for the O2 🙂 want 2 for Wembley but Ticketmaster won’t accept code.

  2. courtney says:

    Very excited! May fly from the states! Does anyone know if Wembley will be general admission on the floor, or will there be seats/rows?


    1. Nick says:

      Seats and rows!

  3. izio says:

    why not Italy?

  4. stepee says:

    Curse me for a poltroon but I was rather hoping for an “off the beaten track” type show – I’m seeing Quad four times and that’s quite a lot for even a “known psychopath” like myself!

  5. Marco says:

    But ITALY??????

  6. David says:

    Got my Wembley Arena ticket..Long Live THE WHO :))))))))))))))))

    1. daniel says:

      you are a lucky guy…

  7. Peter Wood says:

    Am PISSED The Who chose not to tour western Canada!!!

  8. daniel says:

    Are you coming to Argentina this year?????????????????

  9. Jr says:

    One more North American Tommy Tour!

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