Roger Waters is a British rock and roll legend most famous for his time as bassist and co-vocalist of the iconic Pink Floyd. Having sold an incredible 250 million albums with the band, he parted ways with them in 1985, releasing his debut solo record the year before.
He’s now an established star in his own right, and often tours and performs his own tracks - as well as certain Pink Floyd anthems - across the world. As of 2010, though, he’s had his sights set on The Wall Live tour.
The Wall Live was first time the Pink Floyd album 'The Wall' has been performed in its entirety since Roger Waters performed the album live in Berlin on 21st July 1990, and he’s also declared this is likely to be his last tour - though we now know this isn't the case.
Pink Floyd's 'The Wall' is largely based on Waters' life story and having sold 23 million units, ranked as one of the Top 3 selling albums of all time in the USA. In 2013, the tour smashed its was across stadiums in Europe, the UK & Ireland once again.
Waters has been confirmed to headline at British Summertime Festival this summer in Hyde Park.
In 2017, Waters embarks on the 'Us and Them Tour', his first trek not themed around a specific Pink Floyd album since the early 2000s. The new shows will mainly feature music he recorded with Pink Floyd alongside new songs and past solo material. The tour now reaches Australia, New Zealand, South America, and Europe in 2018 too.
With such high demand for tickets, Waters has added numerous extra dates for the shows, so make sure to catch him live by keeping updated with the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
Charlotte, NC Time Warner Cable Arena on November 30 -0001
In 2012, I suggested to my wife that for our 27th wedding anniversary, our gift to each other would be to see "The Wall". The event went far beyond my expectations! I simply could not believe how good Roger sounded. The show was a visual feast as well, the Teacher, the Mother, the Wife the crashing fighter plane... all were spectacular. My wife said I never stopped smiling, on several occasions, I had tears in my eyes. "Run Like Hell" may have been my favorite part! It was a real rock jam that seemed to go on forever. I simply could not get enough of the experience and when it ended my heart sank. I wanted to see it again right then and there. Thank you Roger. thank you!
Fri 6th Oct 2017
Roger Waters will bring his Us + Them Tour to the UK in summer 2018. Roger Waters tickets go on sale at 9am today, prices start at £65.00/£69.50 plus fees. Click here for pre-sale tickets.