The Who announce one-off orchestral gig at Royal Family’s Sandringham Estate

The Who will perform a one-off performance with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra at Norfolk’s Royal Sandringham Estate.

‘Pinball Wizard’ hitmakers Roger Daltrey, 79, and Pete Townshend, 77, and their band will be on the final day of ‘The Who With Orchestra’ 2023 UK tour on 28 August. and will perform on the grounds of the Royal Palace.

Former Verve frontman Richard Ashcroft and rockers The Lightning Seeds support the legendary rock band.

Fans can hear songs from The Who’s iconic albums ‘Tommy’ and ‘Quadrophenia’ alongside fan favorites and songs from their 2019 album ‘WHO’.

Guitarist Pete commented:

Opening up the estate to large concerts is a great way to keep us uplifted and enjoy the congregation we are sure will be a great summer celebration. ”

Giles Cooper of Heritage Live said: To see this iconic band perform in such a spectacular setting, accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, would be the most amazing and magical experience. It will be a day and night that will be etched in the memories of all who attend for life!”

To secure your ticket, you must pre-register at ​​or Pre-sale will start from 9:00 am on March 8th for registered users.

The band’s 2023 UK tour kicks off in Hull on July 6th.

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