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The Who at Birmingham Resorts World Arena

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The Who are an English rock from London, currently consisting of frontman Roger Daltrey and guitarist Pete Townshend, with former members being bassist John Entwistle and drummer Keith Moon.

The Who will be performing 1 event in Birmingham on Wednesday 1st April 2020 at the Resorts World Arena.

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Wed Apr 1 2020    (Change Date) Birmingham, UK UK
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Venue Information - Birmingham Resorts World Arena

Resorts World Arena National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham B40 1NT
Telephone: 08443388000
Venue Capacity: 15643
The Resorts World Arena - formerly known as The NEC Arena, and then the LG Arena, and finally Genting Arena - is one of Birmingham's leading venues and competes with the NIA (Arena Birmingham) for title of the city's best big-capacity arena. Sitting 14,000 (or 15,643 standing), it was ranked the 10th busiest arena in the world, close behind the world famous Madison Square Garden.