Following last week’s announcement of a residency in Las Vegas, legendary rockers The Who have detailed four U.S. tour stops ahead of the run. Founding members Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend will bring the band to New York, Maryland, New Jersey and Michigan before settling in at The Colosseum At Caesar’s Palace.
The first 2017 U.S. date confirmed for The Who as of press time will take place at CMAC in Canandaigua, New York on July 16. Pete and Roger will then bring the band to MGM National Harbor in National Harbor, Maryland on July 18. From there, The Who will play Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City on July 22 and Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids on July 25. The band’s Sin City residency is currently set to begin on July 29.
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