The Who are sharing a performance of “Baba O’Riley” as a preview to their forthcoming concert film, “The Who: Live In Hyde Park.”
The project captures the band at the famed London venue earlier this year as they delivered the final UK concert appearance of their 50th anniversary farewell tour.
The film is set to screen in cinemas worldwide on October 7.
The concert footage is rounded out with interviews featuring Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey, as well as Iggy Pop, Robert Plant, Johnny Marr and more.
Full details on screenings and tickets can be found at TheWhoFilm.com
Last week, The Who postponed all remaining dates on their North American tour as singer Roger Daltrey continues to recover from viral Meningitis.
“We are rescheduling all the shows for next Spring 2016,” says Townshend. “We apologize to all our fans who have supported us in the last 50 years. Once Roger is completely well we will come back stronger than ever and Roger and I will give you all a show to remember.”
The postponement affects almost 30 dates in the fall run.
Tickets for the original dates will be honored for the new shows, which will be announced shortly.
The Who postpone North American tour due to illness
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