Available only at the official Ticketmaster Verified Resale site.
For a single ticket to this concert, quite possibly the final DFW live appearance by the band; Ticketmaster recommended that I raise the price to the $64-$68 per single seat price range, I am only interested in recovering the price that I paid for it.
Other single tickets to this concert at that site, in this price range are terrible seats, primarily obstructed view or just located at a bad angle relative to the stage.
As in a seat that’s located much closer to the stage than this one is, but has sight lines similar to staring at the side of the net ata a Stars or a Mavs game, minus the visibility you get when no stage gear is blocking your view.
The Who. Other than The Rolling Stones and Paul McCartney, I can’t think of any other British rock and roll royalty bands who still hit the road in a big way.
At their age, every show could be their last.
Symphonic accompaniment tour.
Section 321 Row L seat 11, one ticket only.
Well below face value, another seller here has seats in 319 two sections away from this seat, for $100 each.
As Roger Daltrey announced to the audience at the first show of this tour stated, “I am lucky to still be alive at this age.”
Friday September 27, 2019, American Airlines Center Dallas Texas.
Per setlists posted online, this tour The Who has opened the show with large bits of ‘Tommy’, closed it, excluding the encores, with big blocks of Quadrophenia.
If you didn’t see them live in 1982, I did, I am old, then you have not seen them perform many songs live that are part of this tour.
I am fortunate enough to have first seen them in 1976 with their classic lineup consisting of Keith Moon - R.I.P., and John Entwistle - R.I.P.
Symphonic accompaniment tour, even if you attend or have attended a first leg of this tour, their first album of new material in 13 years, won’t be performed live until the second leg of this tour beginning in early September 2019.
Pete and Roger, with Pete’s son Simon on additional guitar and vocals, Ringo Starr’s son Zak Starkey on drums.
If you want it, please visit the official Ticketmaster dot com site and buy it.
Not being abrupt but that’s the only method I am using to sell this ticket.
Must have a Ticketmaster account this is an authenticated by Ticketmaster e-ticket, price is the bottom line price all fees included; no bs or surprises.
I don’t know why the event date referenced below restricts my options to this month.
Don’t miss seeing what could be the final Dallas tour date for The Who.
Per setlists posted online, they have been performing seven songs from the landmark album Quadrophenia.
Basically a greatest hits tour.
E ticket listed at Ticketmaster so you know it’s been authenticated as being a legitimate ticket.
I purchased the seat for myself but I am unable to attend.
Private seller not a broker or a dealer.
do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers