The Who Reschedule Moving On! Tour to Fall 2020 Due to COVID-19 Pandemic

Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey and their bandmates were initially set to kick off the North American leg of their jaunt on April 21, but are now delaying it 'out of an abundance of caution.'

AceShowbiz - The Who are delaying the North American leg of their "Moving On! Tour" due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Rockers Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey announced the jaunt had been delayed until the fall of 2020, in a statement on the group's official website.

"The April and May stops on The Who's Moving On! Tour are proactively being rescheduled to the fall/autumn out of an abundance of caution," the statement reads. "As soon as we have the dates finalized we'll share the updated schedule, and all tickets will be honored accordingly. Thank you for your understanding."

"Both Pete and Roger -- and the rest of The Who band -- cannot wait to get out there and be with you all and share in some great music. Long live rock."

The Moving On! Tour's North American leg was scheduled to begin April 21, and included the band's first Cincinnati-area concert since a stampede incident at their show on December 3, 1979, resulted in the deaths of 11 fans.

The dates also included a trio of rescheduled gigs and a six-night residency at Las Vegas' the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.

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