The Who announced their 2019 North American “Moving On!” tour and fans of the legendary British rock band cannot wait for the band to come to their town to bring down the house. The North American “Moving On!” tour will be the first time band returns to the U.S. since their Las Vegas residency in 2017.
Metro caught up with The Who guitarist and songwriter Pete Townshend and singer Roger Daltrey to talk about touring for more than 50 years, the band’s first album since 2006 and their upcoming September 1 show in New York City.
The Who Moving On! North American tour dates
The Who kicked off their “Moving On!” tour on May 7 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The Who will play at the iconic Madison Square Garden on September 1 and Boston’s Fenway Park on September 13.
A list of the remaining “Moving On!” tour dates are available on the band’s tour page.
The Who performing in the 1970s
As fans continue to experience The Who’s 2019 North American “Moving On!” tour, fans who crave nostalgia will forever appreciate classic photos of The Who from the band’s earlier days.
Pete Townshend (left) and Roger Daltrey (right) from The Who perform live on stage at Madison Square Garden in New York on March 11 1976 GETTY IMAGES
AUDIO: The Who live at Madison Square Garden, 1976
VIDEO: The Who live at The Oakland Coliseum, 1976
Here’s a chance to look back at The Who performing in these classic photos from the 1970s.