The Who's Roger Daltrey extends 2017 fall solo tour with new date in Clearwater, Fla.

Roger Daltrey shows no signs of slowing down in 2017. The Who frontman has extended his fall solo outing with a new U.S. date, scheduled Oct. 30 in Clearwater, Florida, at Ruth Eckerd Hall.

The iconic British rocker revealed the news via an update posted Aug. 21 at the official website of The Who. The new date follows on the heels of the wrap up of The Who's U.S. summer tour on Aug. 16 in Stateline, Nev. The solo romp will take place at the conclusion of the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's first-ever tour of South America, which launches Sept. 21 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, at Allianz Parque and finishes Oct. 1 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, at Estadio Unico de La Plata.

It will be Daltrey's first return to Clearwater, Fla., since performing at Ruth Eckerd Hall solo on Nov. 30, 2009 during his Use It Or Lose It Tour. The new addition brings the total number of North American solo shows up to four dates, including a stop on Nov. 1 in  Hollywood, Florida, at Hard Rock Live along with a pair of shows in Canada and a previously announced eight-night concert getaway, which runs between Oct. 27 – Nov. 5 in Riviera Maya, Mexico, at Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya.

The charismatic lead vocalist will be supported by The Who's current touring band with the highly notable exception of Who co-founder and principal songwriter Pete Townshend. The Grammy winner will launch the U.S. tour of Pete Townshend's Classic Quadrophenia, featuring Billy Idol and Alfie Boe,  on Sept. 2 in Lenox, Mass. at Tanglewood.

Tickets for Daltrey's Clearwater show go on sale Sat., Aug. 26 at 12:00 p.m. local time with prices ranging from $59.75 - $124.50. Head to AXS for more details.

Daltrey's recent solo setlists have featured plenty of The Who's greatest hits and beloved album tracks, including classics like “Pinball Wizards,” “Who Are You” and “Baba O'Riley,” as well as solo selections and fav covers. For all the latest details on Roger Daltrey, click here. For more information on The Who, click here.