Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend are bringing The Who back together for their first North American tour in four years.
The Who will play their 1973 double album “Quadrophenia” in its entirety, plus some additional hits. The tour makes a stop at the Mohegan Sun Arena on Sunday, Dec. 9th. Tickets go on sale next Friday, August 3, through Ticketmaster for $110 and $90.
July is a little early to start thinking about Halloween, but the creepy crawlies of the Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson camps want you to start.
The duo’s tour, dubbed “Twins of Evil,” is coming to Mohegan Sun October 20. Tickets go on sale Saturday, July 21 at 10 a.m. for $39.50.
Pink Floyd fans that didn’t catch the recent Roger Waters concert at the XL Center (or who simply can’t get enough Floyd) can get pumped for Australian Pink Floyd. The premiere Pink Floyd cover band plays dates at the Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford Oct. 21 and the Mohegan Sun arena on November 9. Tickets for both dates cost $39.50 and $29.50, and go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster.
Tickets for the L.A. hiphop crew Odd Future also go on sale through Ticketmaster Friday at 10. They’re coming to The Dome at Oakdale on Saturday, September 8 for $25.
The J. Geils Band plays Mohegan Sun September 16. Tickets are $30, and go on sale through Ticketmaster Friday at 10 a.m.
Rodriguez, the 60′s psychedelic rocker who unknowingly provided decades of inspiration in the battle against South African apartheid through his music, will be playing the Iron Horse Music Hall September 2. Tickets are $20 at the door, and available Friday through iheg.com.
Also coming to the Iron Horse is Jukebox The Ghost along with Maps & Atlases on September 12. Tickets are available now through iheg.com for $13.50.
Tickets to see the Grammy-nominated Gretchen Peters at Iron Horse are also on sale now for $17.50. She performs on October 10.
Coming Up This Week:
Indie rock stalwarts Death Cab For Cutie play their only area show at Mountain Park in Holyoke on Friday with openers Surfer Blood, who headline their own show at The Space in Hamden Sunday.
Nona Hendryx, part of the R&B funk trio LaBelle, plays Cafe Nine in New Haven on Friday. Her newly released album, “Mutatis Mutandis,” takes a funk look at the country’s political ailments.
Boston, who experienced a resurgence after being featured in Guitar Hero video games, play at the MGM Grand Theater Friday.
The Warped Tour comes to the Comcast Theatre Sunday, featuring dozens of punk bands including West Hartford natives Make Do And Mend.
Fans of alt-rock have two options for Saturday night, as Hoobastank play the Webster Theatre, and Candlebox are at the Wolf Den.
Turf War play this week’s free concert at BAR Wednesday, July 25.
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