Roger Waters BIRMINGHAM - Tickets
King Edwards Road, B1 2AA BIRMINGHAM
Roger Waters is set to bring his critically acclaimed, pioneering Us + Them tour to the UK next year.
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Us + Them, which is currently touring North America has garnered rave reviews – with the setlist called “spectacular” and the production referred to as “eye-popping.”
The show features songs from Pink Floyd’s greatest albums (The Dark Side of The Moon, The Wall, Animals, Wish You Were Here) plus some new songs from his new, best-selling album Is This the Life We Really Want?.
Waters’ legendary live performances are renowned as immersive sensory experiences featuring high class, state-of-the-art audio visual production and breathtaking quad sound. The tour marks Waters’ first return to Europe since his sold-out world tour The Wall Live – which remains the highest grossing tour by any solo artist in history.
Roger Watersstars, from 9 Fan reports
Manchester - Phones4U Arena
As relevant today as 30 years ago Manchester Arena from Peter T, 25/09/13I first saw Pink Floyd in 1969 in Newcastle (trying to record the live side of Ummagumma I think!). They were special then and this time Roger Waters (who I saw at the Manchester Arena some 6 years ago) does not disappoint, the graphics and film and animation have been updated to reflect modern conflicts and I suspect that this version of The Wall is closer to what Roger originally intended. The performance was very tight, the sound excellent most of the time. His band are brilliant, especially David Kilminster, GE Smith and Snowy White. The projection of the names of the fallen on the wall during the interval is a reminder of the anti war theme of the piece. Theres also the highly relevant point of the isolation of the famous from any reality most of us know and the insanity it can bring. Ive always thought that it was sad that the members of Pink Floyd were never able to resolve their differences and write and perform together again, but both Roger and David Gilmour have continued to do great things. The only downside was the cost of things like programmes (£20), for an anti capitalist like Waters it smacks of hypocrisy
MANCHESTER - MANCHESTER PHONES 4 U STADIUM
FINAL BRICKS from GLYN LACEY, 23/09/13AT 70 YEARS YOUNG ,WHAT A FAB PERFORMANCE FROM ONE OF THE TRUE ARTISTS OF OUR TIME,HAVING BEEN THERE AT THE EARLS COURT GIG WAY BACK WHEN ,THROUGH TO THIS CURRENT AND FINALTOUR ? I HAVE BEEN TOTALLY ENTERTAINED BOTH ACCOUSTICALLY AND VISUALLY ,IVE BEEN IN AWE AND HAVE SMILLED TO MYSELF TO SEE THIS CLASIC ALBUM TRANSFORMED INTO ONE OF THE BEST LIVE SHOWS IN THE HISTORY OF ROCK AND ROLL AINT I ONE OF THE LUCKY ONES,
Manchester - Phones 4 U Arena
Simply Amazing from Jimbo, 23/09/13As an experienced gigger, Im often asked the question which is the best concert youve ever been to ? Its a question that Ive always found hard to answer as the answer can vary from week to week, that was until I witnessed The Wall ,this was quite simply jaw dropping, not just for the music, but for the entire show, it wasnt cheap at £75 a ticket but it was worth every penny, thanks Roger, from a Floyd fan of many years