Image Courtesy of The WhoThe Who has announced that it will begin its 2016 tour schedule with a one-off concert on February 13 at London’s SSE Arena, Wembley — a.k.a. the Wembley Arena. The show will precede the British rock legends’ previously announced North American tour leg, which originally had been slated to take place this fall but was postponed to allow singer Roger Daltrey time to recover from a bout of viral meningitis.

“Who’d have thought that 50 years on from first playing at Wembley Arena with The Beatles and many of the top groups of that time, The Who would once again play at this legendary venue,” Daltrey says in a statement. “It’s great to be feeling much better after my illness. I’ll be fighting fit by then and I can’t wait to get back to work.”

Tickets for the Wembley Arena concert go on sale to the general public on November 20 at 9 a.m. local time. Pre-sale tickets will be available starting at 9 a.m. U.K. time on Thursday, November 12, for Who fan-club members at The Who.com and SSE customers at SSEReward.com.

The show will be the band’s first gig since a July 28 headlining performance at the U.K.’s Glastonbury Festival. That show came two days after The Who played a sold-out performance at London’s Hyde Park that was recorded for the group’s new concert film, The Who: Live in Hyde Park, which will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on November 20.

The 2016 North American leg of The Who Hits 50! Tour kicks off on February 27 in Detroit, and is plotted out through a May 29 show in Las Vegas.

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