#1
Ok guys I'll get straight to the point, The Who are on tour of Europe and they're playing a gig near me at Harewood House, it's not just The Who because it's also the Oxygen festival.

I was wondering how long the set might be for them, from anybody who might have been to something similar when the band have done it before. Since The Who are the only band there I'm really bothered about I'd like to know whether it's worthwhile going just to see them?
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#2
Just go. Who knows, it may be the last time they do a big tour like this(I pray not). Its the half of the Who, does it really need that much thought.
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#4
Meh, I suppose, I missed out on Clapton aswell a few weeks ago so I guess I can't afford to miss another.

More comments would be appreciated on the topic though.
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#5
To adress the actual questions, it could be anywhere from 25 - 75 minutes. Depends on whether or not they're headlining, really.
#6
Yeah they should have a huge time chunk for this one. As for the other bands, just go maybe you will experience someone actually worth listening to. Odds are, if the Who is touring with them, they ought to be good.
#7
Hey, you better go or I will be on a plane to Europe to kick your ass. As the early Who tune goes, "This could be the last time."
#8
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Dude, we get rappers and Hip Hop people here all the time, and they always make advertisements for them, and shit like "go buy your tickets!!1oneone"

anyway i just found out Rick Wakeman's coming to a place near my house, this thursday, and i'm missing it. it's soo shit.
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#9
Alrighty, seems I'll be going, you've convinced me.

Cheers CR forum.
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#10
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Hey, you better go or I will be on a plane to Europe to kick your ass. As the early Who tune goes, "This could be the last time."


Erm.. unless I'm mistaken, that's The Rolling Stones and not The Who.
#12
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Yeah, but the Who covered it. Close enough.

And you better report to the CR forum after you go see them, man. I want to heard all about it. Remember every song they played.
#13
Will do, I'll get as many pictures as I can aswell.
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