Entertainment The Who tour postponed to March 2021
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The Who decided to cancel the current tour and postpone it. The tour of the United Kingdom and Ireland, which was due to start on March 16, has therefore been moved for security reasons linked to the COVID-19 pandemic. But the group promised to reschedule it, and wasted no time announcing new dates.
The concerts will start in Dublin, Ireland, on March 5, 2021, and the leader Roger Daltrey urged, on the group's website, all fans to keep the tickets they have bought because they will be valid for the new concerts.
"This may be the last time we do this type of tour, so save these tickets because the shows will be fantastic," he said.
The Who joined groups like Green Day, Pearl Jam, My Chemical Romance, Madonna, Slipknot, BTS, Billie Eilish and the Zac Brown Band, among others, who were forced to postpone or cancel tours and dates due to the health crisis caused by the coronavirus.
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