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The Who Cancel Upcoming UK And Ireland Tour Due To COVID-19

Monday, 15 February 2021 Written by Jon Stickler

The Who have cancelled their UK and Ireland tour.

The iconic British rockers were due to perform with a full orchestra at rescheduled arena shows in March, but the dates have been pulled due to safety concerns about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Their Teenage Cancer Trust gig at London's Royal Albert Hall on March 20 has also been cancelled.

Refunds will be issued from the point of purchase. Read a statement from the band's Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend below:

"We are very sorry that we have to cancel our planned March 2021 UK and Ireland shows. Please excuse the delay but we wanted to wait as long as possible to see if we could indeed play them. However, as you can see the current situation makes this impossible. Thanks for all your wonderful support and we hope to see you in the future when conditions allow."

The legendary band were hoping to hit the road in support of 'WHO', their first studio album in 13 years that arrived in 2019.

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