Some fans take up offer for forthcoming Quadrophenia tourAs reported a couple of weeks ago, the owner of a Rhode Island venue which is due to host The Who on their Quadrophenia tour next year has made good on his promise to give free tickets to anyone who still had their tickets from a cancelled 1979 show at the same venue (read the original story here)
Ten Fans Exchange '79 Who Ticket For New Show
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