The Who reschedule UK arena tour for March 2021

All tickets remain valid

The Who reschedule UK tour
Published 18th Mar 2020
Last updated 18th Mar 2020

The Who have rescheduled their postponed UK & Ireland arena tour for March 2021.

Septuagenarians Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend unsurprisingly cancelled their March and April 2020 orchestral arena tour last week due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

At the time, The Who urged fans to keep hold of their tickets and vowed to honour all dates on the tour. Now, they have come good on their word.

The Who’s newly rearranged UK and Ireland tour dates are as follows:

MARCH 2021

Dublin 3Arena – Fri 5th

Liverpool M&S Bank Arena – Mon 8th

Glasgow The SSE Hydro – Wed 10th

Newcastle Utilita Arena – Fri 12th

Leeds First Direct Arena – Mon 15th

Birmingham Resorts World Arena – Wed 17th

London The SSE Hydro Wembley – Mon 22nd

Nottingham Motorpoint Arena – Wed 24th

Cardiff Motorpoint Arena – Sat 27th

Manchester Arena – Mon 29th

All tickets will remain valid for the new dates and The Who have thanked fans for their enduring support.

The Who - March 2021 UK tour

The Who’s appearance at the Teenage Cancer Trust concert series at the Royal Albert Hall was also postponed last week along with all other TCT concert dates. The Who will post more information when these shows have been rescheduled.

Earlier today, Glastonbury Festival was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

At the time of writing there are more than 200,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus around the world and more than 8,000 people have lost their lives.

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