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This is the ticket stub and program to the first Who concert I ever attended. The Who played at McNichols Arena in Denver Colorado on March 30, 1976.

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On October 16, 18 & 21, 1976 The Who played three dates in Edmonton, Winnipeg and Toronto Canada. This is a poster for the Edmonton show.

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On August 18th, 1979 The Who played to a capacity crowd of 77,000 at Wembley Stadium in London. AC/DC were the opening act. This is a poster for the show.

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On September 1st, 1979 The Who played a festival style show at the Olympic Stadium in Nurnberg, Germany to a capacity crowd of 65, 000 fans. Also on the bill were AC/DC, Cheap Trick, and the Scorpions among others. This is a full size poster for the show.


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On April 1st, 1980 the band played Frankfurt Germany. Notice Kenny Jones gets full star billing on this full size poster from the show. 


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On Friday and Saturday March 6 & 7, 1981 the band played in Birmingham at the International Arena. This is a double size poster for the show. 


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On March 28, 1981 The Who played a show at the Grugahalle in Essen Germany with The Grateful Dead to be broadcast on the popular television show of the time, Rockpalast. This is a scarce full size poster from the show. 



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This seldom seen poster is for a benefit performance by Pete Townshend in support of a march against unemployment in Britain. The show took place at Brockwell Park in London on May 30, 1981. Pete's band consisted of Neil Abbot (guitar), Mark Brzezicki (drums), Tony Butler (bass) and Peter Hope-Evans on harmonica.


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On October 22, 1982 The Who played in San Diego at Jack Murphy Stadium. Opening acts were Loverboy and John Cougar Mellencamp. This is a large size poster for the show.

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On October 29, 1982 The Who played the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum to a crowd of 93,000 fans. The Clash opened for The Who. This is a poster for the show.







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