The lead singer of The Who, Roger Daltrey, is to play the Villa Marina next month.
He'll perform the band's legendary rock opera 'Tommy' from start to finish - something The Who never did in a live show.
The concert on July 28 follows the acclaimed premier of Tommy at the Royal Albert Hall in London earlier this year.
Marian Kenny reports:
20 million copies were sold of the double album, Tommy, the rock opera about a deaf, dumb and blind boy who becomes the leader of a messianic movement.
It spawned a film of the same name, with Daltrey in the title role in 1975, enthralling a generation of youngsters.
Songs include Pinball Wizard, I'm Free and See Me Feel Me.
The Tommy show on the road, after its hugely successful London premiere, will also include a variety of Who classics, with Daltrey supported by a full backing band.
Fellow band members Pete Townsend has described the unique concert version of Tommy as a faithful presentation of the original work, which has his complete and loving support.
Tickets for the concert at the Villa are on sale now.