Five dates in the band’s native United Kingdom will be followed by two shows in Germany, one in Austria and finally a pair in Italy. The dates basically range through early September, with the first two shows on the 29 and 31 of August.

Before these newly announced dates the band is actually fairly busy, with a number of shows throughout Canada and the U.S. West Coast coming up in May culminating in the  private charity fundraiser in Los Angeles May 31. After that, there will be a number of festivals in Europe,  and Azkena Festival specifically.

The Who has logged over 50 years as a band, and although original bassist John Entwistle and drummer Keith Moon have died, frontman Roger Daltrey and guitarist Pete Townshend are ready to take audiences through their extensive discography.

Longtime fans will remember such staples as “My Generation”, while newer listener may recognize “Who Are You” as the theme from the television show “CSI” or the often-covered “Behind Blue Eyes”.

The legendary rockers have recently confirmed their participation in , a mega-festival being organized by AEG in Indio, Calif. which will also feature Bob DylanPaul McCartneyNeil YoungRoger Waters and The Rolling Stones.

Here are the dates you can catch the band through the newly announced European march:

Aug. 29 — Glasgow, United Kingdom, The SSE Hydro
Aug. 31 — Manchester, United Kingdom, Manchester Arena
Sept. 3 — Sheffield, United Kingdom, Sheffield Arena
Sept. 5 — Birmingham, United Kingdom, Genting Arena
Sept. 7 — Liverpool, United Kingdom, Echo Arena
Sept. 10 — Oberhausen, Germany, Konig – Pilsener Arena
Sept. 12 — Stuttgart, Germany, Hanns Martin Schleyer Halle
Sept. 14 — Vienna, Austria, Wiener Stadthalle
Sept. 17 — Bologna, Italy, Unipol Arena
Sept. 19 — Assago, Italy, Mediolanum Forum

Presales for these all of these shows start May 3 and the general onsales for all the dates outside Germany are May 6. Onsales for the German shows begin May 5. More information is available  at