Roger Daltrey's 'Tommy' show bumped to tomorrow night to make way for the Lynx
Photo by Matt Kent
Minnesota sports fans are finally getting some good news this year with the success of WNBA team the Lynx, who are playing in the finals for the first time in their franchise's history. The team are already up 1-0 over the Atlanta Dream (the finals are a best out of five competition), and will face off again at another home game this Wednesday, October 5.
The Target Center was already booked on Wednesday, however -- that's the night Roger Daltrey was scheduled to perform seminal Who album Tommy in its entirety -- but it looks like the WNBA is more of a powerhouse than the Who these days. Daltrey's show has been bumped up a day and will now take place tomorrow night, October 4.
"All tickets purchased for the October 5th Roger Daltrey show will be honored on October 4th," the arena said in a statement. "For those unable to attend the rescheduled show taking place on October 4th, a refund will be available at the original point-of-purchase."
Though the Who's Pete Townshend isn't along for this tour (he reportedly gave it his blessing), Daltrey's touring band will include Townshend's younger brother Simon on guitar. Read more about the current tour and get ticket info on Target Center's site.
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