The Who has rolled out a new sweepstakes that for just $10 could score you two premium tickets to meet the band and special, guest Eddie Vedder at their massive July 6th gig at London's Wembley Stadium, According to the announcement through the Who's official Facebook page, the competition will be benefit the band's patron charity, Teenage Cancer America.
The the lucky fan will win:
Two tickets to The Who with Eddie Vedder at Wembley Stadium on July 6th, 2019, in London, England.
Royal Box seats, airfare and Hotel for two.
Backstage access with meet & greet.
A photo op with The Who and Eddie Vedder.
A signed concert poster mailed home for you.
Roger Daltrey explained how and why teen cancer patients are hit extremely hard by the disease: “Teens, they get very rare cancers, generally — some of the rarest cancers. Because of their age and the speed that they're growing, they get really aggressive cancers. The impact of the disease is worse. Plus the psychological effect; there they are just coming into the age where they're really gonna enjoy life and they get hit with this whammy.”
To enter the sweepstakes, log on to: http://bit.ly/2JFZPIw
IN OTHER WHO NEWS
Once again, Roger Daltrey scolded fans for smoking pot in front of the stage. The Who frontman railed against the dopers on Monday night (May 13th) at Madison Square Garden, saying, “All the ones smoking grass down in the front there, I’m totally allergic to it. I’m not kidding, whoever it is down there, you f***ed my night and you made me really. . . I’m allergic to that sh** and my voice just goes. . . It sucks up. So f*** you!” Back on May 15th, 2015, Daltrey slammed fans at Long Island's Nassau Coliseum for the same issue.
ALSO. . .
The Who has just tagged a third night on to its upcoming stand at L.A.'s Hollywood Bowl. Tickets for the new date on Thursday, October 24th go on sale on this Friday, May 17th, at 12 p.m. PDT.
There's been a change in the band's upcoming schedule. TheWho.com reported: “Due to the anticipated Toronto Raptors playoff schedule, The Who’s concert on Saturday, June 1st has been moved to Tuesday, September 3rd at Scotiabank Arena. All tickets for the June 1st date will be will honored on September 3rd. Refunds also available at point of purchase.”