The Who at Sao Paulo, BR - Allianz Parque

 

The Who Setlist São Paulo Trip 2017, The Who Tour 2017

 

 

Videos

Opening
I Can't Explain
The Seeker
I Can't Explain / The Seeker
Who Are You
Who Are You
Who Are You
The Kids Are Alright
My Generation/Cry If You Want
My Generation
Cry if You Want
My Generation /Cry If You Want
My Generation / Cry If You Want
Behind Blue Eyes
Behind Blue Eyes / Join Together
You Better You Bet
You Better You Bet
I'm One / The Rock / Love Reign O'er Me
Love Reign O'er Me
Eminence Front
Eminence Front
Amazing Journey / Sparks
Pinball Wizard
Pinball Wizard
Pinball Wizard
Pinball Wizard / See me Feel Me
Baba O'Riley
Baba O'Riley
Baba O'Riley
Baba O'Riley
Won't Get Fooled Again
Won't Get Fooled Again
Substitute

 

Press

UOL
Folha De S. Paulo
Estadao

 

Review by Adriano C C Cunha

Hot spring night in Sao Paulo.

Allianz park awaiting a unique event, expected over 50 years. The Who in Brazil.

Promptly at 9:30, they started with "I Can't Explain" delivering a heavy and furious sound, to the delight of about 30,000 fans.

Without even welcoming the audience, they played a powerful performance of "The Seeker." Then Pete, visibly moved, greeted the public, Brazil, and South America!

I've watched a lot of The Who's shows since 2004 until today. Surely this was one of his most vigorous exhibitions, perhaps motivated by being the first exhibition on our continent.

The show continued almost without intervals, full of hits, so no fan complained.

Who's next and Quadrophenia were the albums that most ceded songs to the show. Roger interacted little with the audience. The still "Young" Pete abused himself doing windmills and even tried a knee slide on “Won't Get Fooled Again”.

In the end, after the encore, as the audience insisted on not leaving , Pete shouted "Go home , Go home!!” Yes, it was over, but it was a dream come true for the fans who saw their idols in their country for the first time.

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