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Moving On! Tour
Moving On! Tour
Tour by The Who
The Who Moving On! Tour Poster.png
Associated albumWho (Autumn 2019 and Spring 2020 legs only)
Start dateMay 7, 2019
End dateMay 2, 2020 (for now)
Legs3
No. of shows32
The Who concert chronology

The Moving On! Tour is an on-going symphonic concert tour by the British rock band the Who.

Overview

The Moving On! Tour consisted of 32 performances in the United States, Canada, and England.[1] The tour was announced on January 11, 2019, and included local symphonic orchestras accompanying the Who at each performance. Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey are the only remaining members of the group, along with longtime touring members Simon Townshend and Zak Starkey, and an ensemble of others.

Tour band

The Who

  • Roger Daltrey - lead vocals, harmonica, acoustic guitar, rhythm guitar, tambourine
  • Pete Townshend - lead and rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar, backing and lead vocals

Backing musicians

Typical set lists

(*) = without orchestra

Spring

A four-week tour in North America began on May 7 at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan and ended on May 30 at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. A track from the band's 1975 album The Who by Numbers, "Imagine a Man", made its live debut during this tour, and "Won't Get Fooled Again" was played in an acoustic version. A typical set list of this tour were as follows (all songs written by Pete Townshend):

  1. "Overture"
  2. "It's a Boy"
  3. "1921"
  4. "Amazing Journey"
  5. "The Acid Queen" (dropped after May 7)
  6. "Sparks"
  7. "Pinball Wizard"
  8. "We're Not Gonna Take It"
  9. "Who Are You"
  10. "Eminence Front"
  11. "Imagine a Man"
  12. "Join Together" or "You Better You Bet"*
  13. "The Kids Are Alright"* or "Substitute"*
  14. "I Can See for Miles"* or "The Seeker"*
  15. "Won't Get Fooled Again"*
  16. "Behind Blue Eyes"
  17. "Tea & Theatre"*
  18. "The Real Me"
  19. "I'm One"
  20. "The Punk and the Godfather"
  21. "5:15"
  22. "Drowned"
  23. "The Rock"
  24. "Love, Reign o'er Me"
  25. "Baba O'Riley"

Autumn

The band at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, October 19, 2019

After a show at Wembley Stadium in London, England on June 1, another North American tour started on September 1 at Madison Square Garden in New York City and stopped on October 24 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. The setlist of the Autumn leg was not very different from the Spring leg, but two new songs from their upcoming album Who were debuted: "Hero Ground Zero" and "Ball and Chain", previously known as "Guantanamo". A typical setlist of this tour is as follows (all songs written by Pete Townshend):

  1. "Overture"
  2. "1921"
  3. "Amazing Journey"
  4. "Sparks"
  5. "Pinball Wizard"
  6. "We're Not Gonna Take It"
  7. "Who Are You"
  8. "Eminence Front"
  9. "Imagine a Man"
  10. "Join Together" or "You Better You Bet"
  11. "Hero Ground Zero"
  12. "I Can See for Miles"* or "The Seeker"*
  13. "Won't Get Fooled Again"*
  14. "Behind Blue Eyes"
  15. "Ball and Chain"
  16. "The Real Me"
  17. "I'm One"
  18. "The Punk and the Godfather"
  19. "5:15"
  20. "Drowned"
  21. "The Rock"
  22. "Love, Reign o'er Me"
  23. "Baba O'Riley"

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
North America (leg 1)[2]
May 7, 2019 Grand Rapids United States Van Andel Arena Dirty Honey -- --
May 9, 2019 Buffalo KeyBank Center Arkells -- --
May 11, 2019 Bristow Jiffy Lube Live Peter Wolf -- --
May 13, 2019 New York City Madison Square Garden Leslie Mendelson -- --
May 16, 2019 Nashville Bridgestone Arena Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real -- --
May 18, 2019 Noblesville Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center Reignwolf -- --
May 21, 2019 Tinley Park Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre -- --
May 23, 2019 Maryland Heights Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre The HillBenders -- --
May 25, 2019 Philadelphia Citizens Bank Park Peter Wolf -- --
May 28, 2019 Detroit Little Caesars Arena Arkells -- --
May 30, 2019 Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena Reignwolf -- --
Europe[3]
July 6, 2019 London England Wembley Stadium Kaiser Chiefs
Eddie Vedder[4]
-- --
North America (leg 2)[2]
September 1, 2019 New York City United States Madison Square Garden Leslie Mendelson -- --
September 3, 2019[a] Toronto Canada Scotiabank Arena MOON Vs. Sun -- --
September 6, 2019 Saint Paul United States Xcel Energy Center Reignwolf -- -
September 8, 2019 East Troy Alpine Valley Music Theatre Dead Horses -- --
September 10, 2019 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center Peter Wolf -- --
September 13, 2019 Boston Fenway Park -- --
September 15, 2019 Wantagh Jones Beach Theater Reignwolf -- --
September 18, 2019 Atlanta State Farm Arena -- --
September 20, 2019 Sunrise BB&T Center -- --
September 22, 2019 Tampa Amalie Arena -- --
September 25, 2019[b] Houston Toyota Center -- --
September 27, 2019[c] Dallas American Airlines Center -- --
September 29, 2019[d] Denver Pepsi Center -- --
October 9, 2019 San Francisco Chase Center Liam Gallagher -- --
October 11, 2019 Los Angeles Hollywood Bowl -- --
October 13, 2019
October 16, 2019 San Diego Viejas Arena -- --
October 19, 2019 Seattle T-Mobile Park -- --
October 21, 2019 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena -- --
October 24, 2019 Los Angeles United States Hollywood Bowl -- --
North America (leg 3)
April 27, 2020[e] Dallas United States American Airlines Center -- -- --
April 30, 2020[f] Houston Toyota Center -- -- --
May 2, 2020[g] Denver Pepsi Center -- -- --

Cancelled shows

Date City Country Venue Reason
October 23, 2019 Edmonton Canada Rogers Place Scheduling conflicts[8]

Postponed shows

Date City Country Venue Reason
September 25, 2019 Houston United States Toyota Center Illness[9][10][11]
September 27, 2019 Dallas American Airlines Center
September 29, 2019 Denver Pepsi Center

Notes

  1. ^ The concert of September 3, 2019, at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto was originally planned to take place on June 1, 2019, but was rescheduled to accommodate the Toronto Raptors advancing to the 2019 NBA Finals[5]
  2. ^ The concert of September 25, 2019, at Toyota Center in Houston was postponed after eight songs when Roger Daltrey lost his voice; it will be rescheduled at a later time[6]
  3. ^ The concert of September 27, 2019, at American Airlines Center in Dallas was postponed to allow Roger Daltrey to recover from illness; it will be rescheduled at a later time[7]
  4. ^ The concert of September 29, 2019, at Pepsi Center in Denver was postponed to allow Roger Daltrey to recover from illness; it will be rescheduled at a later time[7]
  5. ^ Rescheduled show
  6. ^ Rescheduled show
  7. ^ Rescheduled show

References

  1. ^ Andy Greene (14 January 2019). "The Who Announce American Dates For 2019 Symphonic Tour". Rolling Stone. Retrieved .
  2. ^ a b "The Who Announce 2019 North American Tour Dates". loudwire.com. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "NEWS: The Who Announce Huge Wembley Stadium Show - Support from Kaiser Chiefs, Eddie Vedder (by Tim Peacock)". udiscovermusic.com. 2019-01-28. Retrieved .
  4. ^ Association, The Football. "The Who, Eddie Vedder & Kaiser Chiefs". www.wembleystadium.com. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "Moving On! Tour: Toronto Date Rescheduled". thewho.com. May 10, 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  6. ^ "The Who abruptly postpones midway through electric Toyota Center performance". houston.culturemap.com. September 26, 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  7. ^ a b "THE MOVING ON! TOUR ~ POSTPONED SHOWS". thewho.com. September 27, 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  8. ^ Garner, Ryan (May 14, 2019). "The Who cancels Oct. 23 show at Rogers Place". Edmonton Journal. Retrieved 2019.
  9. ^ Lifton, Dave (September 26, 2019). "The Who Postpone Show After Roger Daltrey Loses His Voice". Ultimate Classic Rock. Retrieved 2019.
  10. ^ Christensen, Thor (September 26, 2019). "The Who postpone Dallas concert after Roger Daltrey loses his singing voice". Dallas Morning News. Retrieved 2019.
  11. ^ Wenzel, John (September 27, 2019). "The Who postpones Denver concert after ending Houston show halfway through set". Ultimate Classic Rock. Retrieved 2019.

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