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. . . And we’re back!

Good to be back on the road again after a good long rest in the summer. We kicked off the fall leg of the 2022 tour on Sunday at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ontario in beautiful Canada. Always a great city to start off in.

We have sixteen shows lined up for you including two late additions in San Jose and Phoenix and hope to see you at at least one of them! Our special guests for these dates are as follows . . .

Steven Page
Mike Campbell and The Dirty Knobs
The Wild Things

OCT 2 Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON. Special Guest: Steven Page
OCT 4  Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, MI. Special Guest: Steven Page
OCT 7 UBS Arena, Belmont Park, NY. Special Guest: Steven Page
OCT 9 Schottenstein Center, Columbus, OH. Special Guest: Steven Page
OCT 12  United Center, Chicago, IL. Special Guest: Steven Page
OCT 14  Enterprise Center, St. Louis, MO. Special Guests: Mike Campbell and The Dirty Knobs
OCT 17 Ball Arena, Denver, CO. Special Guests: Mike Campbell and The Dirty Knobs
OCT 20 Moda Center, Portland, OR. Special Guests: Mike Campbell and The Dirty Knobs
OCT 22 Climate Pledge Arena, Seattle, WA. Special Guests: Mike Campbell and The Dirty Knobs
*OCT 24 SAP Center, San Jose, CA. Special Guests: Mike Campbell and The Dirty Knobs
OCT 26 Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, CA. Special Guests: Mike Campbell and The Dirty Knobs
OCT 28 Honda Center, Anaheim, CA. Special Guests: Mike Campbell and The Dirty Knobs
*OCT 30 Ak-Chin Pavilion, Phoenix, AZ. Special Guests: Mike Campbell and The Dirty Knobs
NOV 1 Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA. Special Guests: Mike Campbell and The Dirty Knobs
NOV 4 + 5 Dolby Live at Park MGM, Las Vegas, NV. Special Guests: The Wild Things

*New Dates

Tickets for all shows available here

And the other piece of good news is that Brian Kehew’s Backstage Blog is back! Brian will be reporting from backstage at each show on the fall 2022 tour with his detailed notes, set lists, plenty of photos and the occasional video or two so be sure to check him out. You can find all his Backstage Blogs right here.

14 thoughts on “. . . And we’re back!”

  1. Deb Zarr says:

    Just got home from your Detroit show! First time ever seeing you! Oh what I missed all these years! We are in our 60’s. You still got it! Fabulous show…have a safe tour.

  2. Looking forward to your fantastic backstage blog, have been missing itt! Thanks!!!

    1. The Who says:

      Brian Kehew’s Backstage Blog is back with more great posts and photos. Glad you enjoy them, Colin.

  3. Joe Urbiel says:

    I attended the Detroit show. For the first time ever, I was disappointed in The Who. I also know that show must have been especially hard on you guys because you are always trying to give us the best you got. Is there any way a Detroit show can be added to make up for the previous show?

  4. Michael McDonnell says:

    My first Who show was October 5, 1982 in Chicago…fast forward forty years to tonight at the United Center…Odds & Sods continues, right??!! Bring it home, boys, cause it all looks fine to this naked eye!

  5. P. VARSOS says:

    First Who show was Dec 1975, Maple Leaf Gardens,Toronto.
    Was at both final shows, again in Toronto. They never let me down.
    Arenas or stadiums, they sound great.

  6. Claudio Lago says:

    Hi guys!
    Hits back tour will come to Brazil next year?

  7. Mary Schwarz says:

    I am probably the biggest Who fan ever…….

  8. Mary Schwarz says:

    I LOVE The Who………..

  9. Mary Schwarz says:

    Why are you not coming to Atlanta???????

  10. Todd Kester says:

    Saw the October 22 show in Seattle and it was awesome. First Who concert but so many songs were important to me in my life. See Me, Hear Me was a personal highlight and will stick with me forever

  11. gary wildman says:

    On my way to see the Who Sat in Vegas. This will be Who concert number 37. My Who concert journey began at Maple Leaf Gardens in 1979. If this is the last time I see the Who live I’m grateful for the music and the memories

  12. Little Billy says:

    I was at the Hollywood Bowl on 11/1. Great show with a few different songs than the October 2019 concerts at the Bowl. Wish they had played Substitute. Pete’s crack about his “diluted” pupils was funny. Enjoyed the 1960s to present historical timeline video. Thanks for the memories.

  13. Any chances of coming to Edmonton Alberta Canada??

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