THE WHO have postponed four shows of their fall “THE WHO HITS 50!” North American tour to allow lead singer Roger Daltrey proper time to recover from a virus he contracted. Based on doctor’s orders, the first four dates of the tour launch–September 14 at Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, September 16 at Honda Center in Anaheim, September 19 at Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas and September 21 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles–have been postponed. The band regrettably has cancelled their September 18 performance at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas. “THE WHO HITS 50!” tour will resume September 24 at Moda Center in Portland, OR. Details on the rescheduled dates will be announced in the coming weeks.


THE WHO’s 2015 Fall North American dates are as follows: 

DATE        CITY                                 VENUE

Thu   9/24                        Portland, OR                       Moda Center

Sun   9/27                        Seattle, WA                        KeyArena at Seattle Center

Tue   9/29                        Vancouver, BC                    Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

Thu   10/1                        Calgary, AB                        Scotiabank Saddledome

Sat    10/3                        Edmonton, AB                     Rexall Place

Tue   10/6                        Saskatoon, SK                    SaskTel Centre

Thu   10/8                        Winnipeg, MB                      MTS Centre

Sat    10/10                      Minneapolis, MN                  Target Center

Tue   10/13                      Milwaukee, WI                    BMO Harris Bradley Center

Thu   10/15                      Chicago, IL                         United Center

Sat    10/17                       Detroit, MI                         Joe Louis Arena

Mon  10/19                      Toronto, ON                       Air Canada Centre

Fri     10/23                      Pittsburgh, PA                     CONSOL Energy Center

Sun   10/25                      Newark, NJ                         Prudential Center

Tue   10/27                      New York, NY                     Madison Square Garden

Thu   10/29                     Boston, MA                         TD Garden

Sun   11/1                        Washington, DC                  Verizon Center

Wed  11/4                        Philadelphia, PA                 Wells Fargo Center

*Tue 12/1                        Toronto, ON                       Air Canada Centre

Fri     12/4                        Louisville, KY                    KFC Yum! Center

Sun   12/6                        St. Louis, MO                    Scottrade Center

Tue   12/8                        Kansas City, MO               Sprint Center

*Thu 12/10                     Denver, CO                        Pepsi Center

Sun   12/13                      Oakland, CA                      Oracle Arena


Rescheduled dates to be announced:


San Diego, CA                     Valley View Casino Center

Anaheim, CA                       Honda Center

Las Vegas, NV                     Colosseum at Caesars Palace

Los Angeles, CA                  Staples Center


*Support to be announced.



  1. David says:

    Get well soon Rog! Long live The Who!

  2. gary odonnell says:

    due to fly to vegas from london for the gig gutted

  3. Manuel Garduno says:

    I honestly hope Roger gets well soon. I have plane tickets along with my family and tickets to the show. I was coming from Mexico just to see the San Diego gig. Unfortunately this is the second time I have tickets to see The Who and the gig has been cancelled. Last time it was the concert to be held in Mexico City. If I’m not mistaken, it was also cancelled due to Doctors advice.

  4. billy says:

    Gutted tickets bought holiday booked 7 nights in Vegas , to see The Who from good old Blighty the ultimate ending of the times watching the Who and they cancelled , I could cry . Hope Roger gets well soon yet next Saturday night will be different now . Long live Rock Long live the who.

  5. Mary Godwin says:

    Get well, Roger – that’s the important thing.

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