Dear Vet Tix and Live Nation, Your generosity in providing a ticket to The Who Hits Back 2022 Tour was deeply appreciated by me. The opening act Amythyst Kiah was very good. Later, the original members of The Who, Peter Townsend and Roger Daltrey, were in superb form. The audience was introduced to Mr. Townsend’s brother on guitar and to Zak Starkey on drums— who is Ringo Starr’s son. This legendary band put on a great show which I will never forget! Best regards, Edgar Russell
Thank you Live Nation and VetTix. What a treat to see my favorite band. Can’t believe Roger Daltrey is 78 and Pete Towshend is 77 and they played for 2 hours on full blast! Loved every second of the show.
Thank you to Live Nation for donating concert tickets to The Who His Back Tour in DC to Veterans Tickets in order for Veterans to receive the tickets! I attended the concert with my family was able to enjoy a amazing time, making up for lost time while I was deployed. Thank you for supporting VETTIX and VETERANS! Thank you again for amazing seats and time!
Thanks so much to Vet Tix and Live Nation for the quartet of tickets to see the legendary band The Who. This one was special. Given that the concert was in DC, I was able to treat three fellow veterans. I met John (funky shirt) on day 1 of USAF basic training in May 1985. We both met Gary (next to John) upon arrival to Eglin AFB FL in August of that same year. In 1989, I met another John (holding sign) in DC at a sports bar. The Who brought us together, as did you, and the show was fantastic! I highly recommend others see them on this tour.
Thank you Live Nation! What an amazing show! I got to take my wife to see one of the most epic bands of all time. Roger and Pete absolutely crushed their most classic hits! Thank you for your awesome support of the military and veterans community!
I should quit going to concerts because nothing in 2022 will top The Who Hits Back tour this year. After opening with Eminence Front and complimented with a full orchestra, the band played excerpts from Tommy, a few hits (including Join Together) and excerpts from Quadrofenia. The band proved tight and seemed to actually enjoy playing WITH each other. Roger still has the pipes, Zack Starkey plays like Keith Moon under Control, and Pete remains on par with the paramount composers like Wilson and Paul/John.
Noticeably absent from the set were the British Invasion hits like My Generation and Substitute, but it’s hard to imagine these rock veterans could play past 2.5 hours.
I’ve walked out of performances by The Who in the past. I’m happy to share that Roger and Pete amazingly offer a great show after 58 years together. What a treat. Thanks Vet Tix!!!
My wife and I were joined by an Army vet friend (now registered with VetTix) for a spectacular event. As the picture shows, we were right off the stage where we could see and hear everything from only a few feet away.