The Who debuted in 1964 with a trio of anthems "I Can't Explain," "The Kids Are Alright" and "My Generation." Since then they have delivered to the world hits such as "Baba O'Riley," "Won't Get Fooled Again," "Pinball Wizard," "Who Are You," and" You Better You Bet." Now they are stopping in St. Paul at the Xcel Energy Center, Friday, Sept 6 with their Moving On Tour. 

The St. Paul show according to the official Moving On Tour website, kicks off the groups fall set of dates. The band is performing along with what's being billed as "some of the best orchestras in the US and Canada." In looking at the official website, and the Xcel Energy Center's website, it's not clear which orchestra will be joining The Who on stage in St. Paul.

It's the first time in 2 years that The Who is returning to the US to tour. On top of the Moving On Tour, the group is also in the midst of recording and releasing 13 new songs this year too.

Opening for The Who will be Seattle-based Reignwolf who have opened for Black Sabbath.

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