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Hall & Oates, who have sold more albums than any duo in music history, has been announced as the opening act for the new Philadelphia Fillmore Oct. 1.
“We’re excited and feel fortunate to kick things off with two of the all-time great musical artists,” said Ben Weeden, chief operating officer of Live Nation’s theater & clubs division. ““Philadelphia is a city with a proud musical heritage and this is the perfect way to get started.”
Other scheduled acts:
- 10/1 Hall & Oates
- 10/2 Frank Turner
- 10/4 Flux Pavilion
- 10/11 Brandi Carlile
- 10/24 AER
- 11/4 Misterwives
- 11/11 Eli Young Band
- 11/12 Papadosio
- 12/31 Joe Russo’s Almost Dead
The original Fillmore is one of this country’s landmark performing stages and first opened in San Francisco in 1965. That Fillmore was the focal point of the psychedelic music scene during the 1960s and ‘70s, helping to launch the careers of iconic rock acts such as Grateful Dead; Jimi Hendrix; Led Zeppelin; Santana; The Doors; The Allman Brothers Band; and many, many others which helped it grow into the legend it is today.