Jethro Tull, The 50th Anniversary Tour By Ian Anderson coming to Mohegan Sun Arena

Live on Sunday, September 15th; Tickets on sale Friday, December 14th

Jethro Tull, The 50th Anniversary Tour By Ian Anderson At Mohegan Sun Arena

Ian Anderson continues 50 Years Of Jethro Tull into its 51st year.  Jethro Tull are one of the biggest selling progressive Rock artists of all time and the group’s immense and diverse catalogue of work encompasses Folk, Blues, Classical and Heavy Rock stylings. Continuing Ian Anderson’s 50 Years of Jethro Tull North American tour dates into 2019, stopping at Mohegan Sun Arena on Sunday, September 15th at 8:00pm.

Tickets are $55.00, $45.00 and $35.00 and go on sale Friday, December 14th at 10:00am through Ticketmaster. Ticketmaster customers may log on to or call Ticketmaster’s national toll free Charge By Phone number 1.800.745.3000.  Tickets will also be available at the Mohegan Sun Box Office beginning on Saturday, December 15th, subject to availability.

Founder, frontman and flautist, Ian Anderson is rightly credited with introducing the flute to Rock as a front line instrument, not to mention the codpiece! Ian Anderson is accompanied by Tull band musicians David Goodier (bass), John O’Hara (keyboards), Florian Opahle (guitar), Scott Hammond (drums) and surprise virtual guests.

The anniversary concert will feature a broad mix of material, some of it focusing on the earlier formative period through to the “heavy hitters” of the Tull catalogue from the albums: This WasStand UpBenefitAqualungThick As A BrickToo Old To Rock And Roll: Too Young To DieSongs From The WoodHeavy HorsesCrest Of A Knave and even a touch of TAAB2 from 2012.

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Anderson says, “We continue to present the 50th Anniversary concerts in many countries and regions not visited in 2018, and also many Tull repertoire shows in Europe. There will be, of course, my usual charitable cathedral and church concerts in December. In the USA – many would argue – 2019 is really the 50th Anniversary for US fans since we first visited in early 1969.”