Listen to Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend speaking about the tour here.
Planet Rock was at Ronnie Scott’s in London yesterday to watch The Who play a tiny acoustic gig, heralding the announcement of their 50th anniversary UK tour.
The band, who have sold 100 million albums, will play 9 arena dates, kicking off in Glasgow on the 30th of November.
Frontman Roger Daltrey said this tour is the start of the band’s long goodbye, but he’s keen to keep playing live while he can, as well as recording new music with the band this Summer.
You can listen to him speaking with Pete Townshend at the press conference below:
You can see the tour dates below:
|30/11/2014||Glasgow - SECC||BUY TICKETS|
|02/12/2014||Leeds - First Direct Arena||BUY TICKETS|
|05/12/2014||Nottingham - Capital FM Arena||BUY TICKETS|
|07/12/2014||Birmingham - National Indoor Arena||BUY TICKETS|
|09/12/2014||Newcastle - Metro Radio Arena||BUY TICKETS|
|11/12/2014||Liverpool - Echo Arena||BUY TICKETS|
|13/12/2014||Manchester - Phones 4U Arena||BUY TICKETS|
|15/12/2014||Cardiff - Cardiff Motorpoint Arena||BUY TICKETS|
|17/12/2014||London - O2 Arena||BUY TICKETS|