By: Catherine Mitchell
Disappointed U.K. fans of The Who that missed out on tickets to their “Quadrophenia and More” tour now have one more opportunity to get in on the fun on July 8.
According to TheWho.com, the band has added a performance at London’s infamous Wembley Arena, where they will perform their album, Quadrophenia in full. Proceeds from the night’s show will benefit the Double O charity.
Double O, founded by The Who in 1976, provides relief to those suffering from drug, alcohol and sexual abuse.
A highly successful series of concerts, those fortunate to have enjoyed the U.S. portion of the tour called it “a rock ‘n’ roll lover’s dream come true," according to Telegram.com.
It is not too late to be awestruck by the talents of these legendary rockers, and for a good cause, no less!
Head to the band's official website for more info.