The Who extend European tour

The band add an extra London show

The Who have added an extra London date to their European tour.

The band have added a second night at Wembley Arena on June 27, having already announced they would play there the previous night.

As previously reported, The Who will play 14 countries and 28 cities including a headlining slot at Glastonbury Festival, now confirmed for Sunday June 24.

In a statement, guitarist Pete Townshend said: “If you want to catch The Who at their most effective for 20 years, come and join us.”

Singer Roger Daltrey said: “It’s great to have been around this length of time and still be playing new material, having it so well received and people liking the music.”

The band’s show at Swansea‘s Liberty Stadium will be the first time a band have played the £25 million stadium.

The band play:

Lisbon Atlantico Pavilion (May 16)

Madrid Sport Palace (17)

Bilbao Arena (19)

Birmingham National Indoor Arena (22)

Sheffield Arena (23)

Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (25)

Hull City Football Club (26)

Isle of Man TT Festival (30)

Swansea City Football Club (June 1)

Southampton Rose Bowl (2)

Rotterdam Ahoy (5)

Paris Bercy Arena (6)

Antwerp Sportpalais (8)

Stuttgart Schylerhalle (9)

Verona Arena (11)

Munich Opympichalle (13)

Zurich Hallenstadion (14)

Fulda Airfield (16)

Hamburg Colorline Arena (18)

Knowsley Hall Festival (23)

Glastonbury Festival (24)

London Wembley Arena (26, 27)

Dublin Marley Park (29)

Cork Live At Marquee (30)

Norway Quart Festival (July 4)

Stockholm The Globe (6)

Denmark Roskilde Festival (7)

Helsinki Hartwell Arena (9)

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