A Look At The Averaging The Who Setlist On ‘The Who Hits 50! Tour’

The Who will kick off the second North American leg of their 50th Anniversary Tour in September, and the band will continue to see a big demand for tickets on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for The Who tickets is $225.03. 31 shows are scheduled in the U.S. and Canada through December 13, when the tour wraps at Oracle Arena in Oakland.

The top-priced gig The Who will play comes on September 19 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $429.97 and the get-in price is $118.17. No other shows will come near the Sin City show in terms of average ticket price, though the two next most expensive stops at Air Canada Centre on October 19 and Rexall Place on October 3 will still garner a big average at $299.32 and $288.78, respectively.

November 4 stop at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia will serve as the least expensive show of tour. Tickets to the show currently average at $144.08 and the cheapest available ticket is now $43. An October 8 show at MTS Centre in Winnipeg owns a nearly identical ticket average at $144.86 on the secondary market. The get-in price for that show starts at $47.

Planning on seeing The Who live in concert later this year? Below is the average setlist the band has played over the first two legs of its 50th Anniversary Tour, per setlist.fm:

The Who’s Average Setlist on The Who Hits 50! Tour

  1. I Can't Explain 
  2. Substitute
  3. The Seeker
  4. Who Are You
  5. The Kids Are Alright 
  6. I Can See for Miles 
  7. Pictures of Lily 
  8. My Generation
  9. Behind Blue Eyes 
  10. Join Together
  11. You Better You Bet 
  12. I'm One
  13. Love, Reign O'er Me 
  14. Magic Bus
  15. Eminence Front
  16. A Quick One (While He's Away) 
  17. Amazing Journey 
  18. Sparks
  19. Pinball Wizard
  20. See Me, Feel Me 
  21. Baba O'Riley
  22. Won't Get Fooled Again

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