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The Who Vegas concert slated for 2016 is already trending among rock fans. The sensational classic rock group announced that the eagerly awaited Las Vegas tour will be taking place on Sunday, May 29th, 2016 at the Caesars Palace - Colosseum. It will be the last in a string of concerts that will commence in Toronto, Ontario on April 27th. It also marks a swift return to stadiums, almost 3 years after celebrating the group's 50th anniversary back in October 2013. According to Roger Daltrey, Las Vegas will be the last tour for the group, and that explains the hype. Fans were ecstatic the moment the bout of concerts was announced, and tickets are expected to sell out in a few days.
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More of a reunion Tour!
The Who Vegas tour will be a group reunion tour, following the announcement by Daltrey. Co-founder Peter Townshend, his younger brother and guitarist Simon, bassist Pino Palladino, drummer Zak Starkey, and keyboardist John Bundrick will once again line up together to give their fans what they deserve. Despite Roger Daltrey announcing there will be no more stadium tours after Las Vegas, there is no indication the group will be hanging the mic any time soon. How people received the 50th anniversary commemoration was amazing, and there is no better way to say thank you to followers than holding a concert that will leave them wanting more.
Just like old times!
Rock fans will be treated to The Who's greatest hits such as Pinball Wizard and Baba O'Reilly which still rank among the most popular singles by the English band. It doesn't get any better; crowds have in the past been hysterical whenever old singles from their premier album 'Tommy' have been played, and it is expected to be even better. How these rock stars blend their rock classicals with contemporary rock music is something only they can do.
Far from done!
The 50 year anniversary concert that gave birth to 'The Who Hits 50' was spectacular. Fans from all over the world hoped the group would organize something like a world tour but it wasn't to be. You'll excuse them for aging and obviously running out of gas, but one thing is for sure; The Who are aging like wine. The atmosphere during the milestone commemoration was electric, and if you thought this group was done, you think again. Perhaps the crowds pushed them on, but it was evident there is a lot of energy left in The Who. The upcoming concert has been billed as one of the biggest rock concerts Las Vegas Nevada will see.
Reliving the moments!
The Who Vegas concert will be the last on the road, unless Roger Daltrey and Co can be convinced to change their minds. It has been a long sweet road for the group and their fans across the globe since Tommy was released. Other popular albums followed, and fans shall be expected to sing along to popular hits as usual. Albums by The Who include;Tommy, Quadrophenia, Who's Next, A Quick one, Face Dances, It's Hard, Odds and Sods, The Who By Numbers, Who Are You, Who's Better, Who's Best, My Generation, Meaty Beaty Big & Bouncy, The Who Discography, Endless Wire.
Known for originality!
From the times when Rock and Roll was Rock and Roll, The Who have never lost their identity. All the years they have embraced originality like no other rock band out there, no wonder there albums have received something like a cult following. They are a typical rock opera group that has not at any given time drove off-course, the music has been authentic and real for all to see.
Sold out concert!
There is every reason to believe The Who Vegas concert will be sold out. After it was announced that they will be touring America from April, social media went into a frenzy with questions regarding tour tickets. It is a no brainer; America arguably consists of the group's greatest and staunchest followers, and Las Vegas will be a scramble. It is a shame they won't be there longer. Fans are eager, and Caesars Palace will be filled to capacity come May 29th.
The Who exclusive tour guide!
The Who 2016 tour of America kicks of in April 27th and ends in May 29th. Here is a full list of dates and venues.April 27 - Air Canada Center - Toronto, OntarioApril 29 - Sprint Center - Kansas City, MissouriMay 1 - Target center - Minneapolis, MinnesotaMay 4 - MTS Center - Winnipeg, ManitobaMay 6 - SaskTel Center - Saskatoon, SaskatchewanMay 8 - Rexall Center - Edmonton, AlbertaMay 10 - Scotiabank Saddledome - Calgary, AlbertaMay 13 - Rogers Arena - Vancouver, British ColumbiaMay 15 - Key Arena - Seattle, WashingtonMay 17 - Moda Center - Portland, OregonMay 19 - Oracle Arena - Oakland, CaliforniaMay 22 - Honda Center - Anaheim, CaliforniaMay 25 - Staples Center - Los Angeles, CaliforniaMay 27 - Valley View Casino Center - San Diego, CaliforniaMay 29 - Caesars Palace - Colosseum - Las Vegas, Nevada
Saving the best for Last!
The Who have been around for more than half a century now, creating a fan base that cuts between the old and the young. Over the years they've cut a niche for themselves as masters of originality, producing hyperbolic tracks and albums that send out strong messages to their fans across the divide. The highlight of the Las Vegas tour might not be mainly on the fact that it will be their last concert on the road, nor the timely group reunion, but a reminder to the fans of what a great rock band they are. For the solid fans, it will be a nostalgic moment reliving the great old days when they produced great albums, like "Who's Next", their all time best seller.
Other popular rock bands on the planet are highly indebted to The Who for introducing the now famous culture of loud, uninhibited Rock and Roll. It has been 5 great decades of perfection, so the upcoming 2016 The Who Vegas concert promises an original spice like never before. The world awaits to see what is in store for them. Roger Daltrey may have made the announcement, but there is a feeling among fanatics that the group will not be folding just yet. The sight of Peter Townshend lining alongside Roger and the rest should be spectacular. These stars have been around for the longest time, nurtured talent, and gave the world more than there is to give. Whether Vegas will be their last or not, these are legends already, and Rock and Roll could not have been what it is today without them.