The Who: UK concerts scheduled for July 2023

The Who have announced a collections of concerts for the UK and mainland Europe this summer. See the schedule a pick a show, Alex has the venues, dates and prices.

By Alexandra Reymond  - Updated  

The Who: UK concerts scheduled for July 2023

The Who: prices, places and dates for their 2023 UK tour!

The unexpected tour is The Who’s first in six years. All the more reasons to get a ticket! The 60s legends have confirmed they will headline a series of indoors and outdoors concerts this summer. They’ll kick off in Hull on July 6 are will follow up with a double date in Edinburgh, headlining Edinburgh Castle two nights in a row on July 8 and 9.

Next, they’ve got dates in London (June 12), Derby (for the first time since 1966) and Bristol (14 & 16), before going to Durham for a show at Seat Unique Riverside on July 19. Finally, they’ll headline St Helens Totally Wicked Stadium on July 21 and will wrap up in Brighton on July 23.

The tickets for all the dates will be available from Friday, February 3 at 10AM. You can already pre-book yours with Alex, though! Pick a concert, create your account and let us handle the rest. By ‘the rest’, we mean the actual booking, that we’ll make on your behalf when the ticket office opens. Don’t waste time waiting in line, Alex will take care of our tickets and will send them to you.

The Who: first tour in six years, get ready for their 2023 performance

In a lengthy statement, singer Roger Daltrey talked about this reconnection with the touring game: “Having not toured the UK for six years, it’s great that at this time of our careers we have the chance to go to places that are not on the usual touring map – Edinburgh Castle and Derby, as well as the other cities across the country that we haven’t been to for decades, will make this very special for me. This opportunity will give our UK Who fans the chance to hear our current show, which, with the addition of an orchestra, takes our music to new heights.”

The band has scheduled to showcase some of their classic albums like Tommy and Quadrophenia, but they’ll also be playing songs from their most recent album, 2019’s WHO, which was their first studio album for 13 years.

All the details for The Who’s 2023 Dates

Dates & Places

JULY 2023
6 – Hull, Sewell Group Craven Park
8 – Edinburgh, Edinburgh Castle
9 – Edinburgh, Edinburgh Castle
12 – London, The O2 
14 – Derby, Incora County Ground
16 – Bristol, Badminton Estate 
19 – Durham, Seat Unique Riverside
21 – St Helens, Totally Wicked Stadium
23 – Brighton, 1st Central Cricket Ground

Prices & categories

Seats: £141.12 / £107.52 / £96.32 / £73.92
Standing: £96.32
Disabled Platform: £141.12
Seats: £141.12 / £107.52 / £96.32 / £73.92
Standing: £73.92
Disabled Platform: £96.32
St Helens
Seats: £141.12 / £107.52 / £96.32 / £73.92
Standing: £73.92
Other dates

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