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The Who Announces a 2019 Tour and Denver Concert

The Who plays Denver in fall of 2019.EXPAND
The Who plays Denver in fall of 2019.
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The Who is hitting the road for the 2019 Moving On! Tour, a 29-city jaunt that will come through Denver next fall. The run of shows, which launches May 7 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, will be a celebration of the rock band's first album in thirteen years,

The Denver concert is slated for September 29 at the Pepsi Center. A presale for Who fans starts at 10 a.m. Monday, January 21, and runs through 10 a.m. Wednesday, January 23. Public tickets go on sale Thursday, January 24, at Live Nation. Tickets purchased online will include a redeemable code for a CD of the new album. For each ticket sold, $1 will go to Teen Cancer America.

Here's the schedule for the Who's North American tour:

May 7 / Van Andel Arena / Grand Rapids, Michigan
May 9 / KeyBank Center / Buffalo, New York
May 11 / Jiffy Lube Live / Bristow, Virginia
May 13 / Madison Square Garden / New York, New York
May 16 / Bridgestone Arena / Nashville, Tennessee
May 18 / Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center / Noblesville, Indiana
May 21 / Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre / Chicago, Illinois
May 23 / Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre St. Louis / Maryland Heights, Missouri
May 25 / Citizens Bank Park / Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
May 28 / Little Caesars Arena / Detroit, Michigan
May 30 / PPG Paints Arena / Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
June 1 / Scotiabank Arena / Toronto, Ontario
Sept 6 / Xcel Energy Center / St. Paul, Minnesota
Sept 8 / Alpine Valley Music Theatre / Alpine Valley, Wisconsin
Sept 10 / Blossom Music Center / Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
Sept 13 / Fenway Park / Boston, Massachusetts
Sept 15 / Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater / Wantagh, New York
Sept 18 / State Farm Arena / Atlanta, Georgia
Sept 20 / BB&T Center / Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Sept 22 / Amalie Arena / Tampa, Florida
Sept 25 / Toyota Center / Houston, Texas
Sept 27 / American Airlines Center / Dallas, Texas
Sept 29 / Pepsi Center / Denver, Colorado
Oct 11 / Hollywood Bowl / Los Angeles, California
Oct 13 / Hollywood Bowl / Los Angeles, California
Oct 16 / Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl San Diego State University / San Diego, California
Oct 19 / T-Mobile Park / Home of the Seattle Mariners / Seattle, Washingon
Oct 21 / Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena / Vancouver, British Columbia
Oct 23 / Rogers Place / Edmonton, Alberta

Updated: The on-sale date for tickets has been updated.

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