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Roger Waters National Indoor Arena (NIA) Birmingham

Roger Waters National Indoor Arena (NIA) Birmingham

What was to be the final night of the Roger Waters Wall Live tour on 29th June 2011 at the MEN in Manchester has been cancelled apparently “due to filming commitments” so will now not go ahead.

Refunds are available for the tickets at the point of sale where you bought them. Contact your ticket vendor.

New Date Added

However, a new date has now been added at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham on 27th June 2011.

Presale tickets for this show should go on sale tomorrow so make sure you are registered on Roger Waters website to have a chance of being selected for that.

General tickets are available from 3rd December 2010 from

Roger Waters Concerts in England

2011-05-11O2 Arena (London) – London – England
2011-05-12O2 Arena (London) – London – England
2011-05-14O2 Arena (London) – London – England
2011-05-15O2 Arena (London) – London – England
2011-05-17O2 Arena (London) – London – England
2011-05-18O2 Arena (London) – London – England
2011-05-20Manchester Evening News Arena – Manchester – England
2011-05-21Manchester Evening News Arena – Manchester – England
2011-06-27National Indoor Arena – Birmingham – England (New)
2011-06-28Manchester Evening News Arena – Manchester – England

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There are now 71 concerts remaining on Roger Waters The Wall Tour and there are still tickets too for those of you who have not bought any yet! You can get loads of tickets here.

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Apr 142010
Roger Waters The Wall Live Tour 2010 Press Photo Playing Guitar

Roger Waters The Wall Live Tour 2010 Press Photo Playing Guitar

35 concerts have been announced for the North American leg of Roger Waters’ The Wall Live 2010 show but, according to, there are to be 57 European dates too on the European leg of the tour.

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This year and next represent the 30th anniversary of the original tour which was only played in two cities in the USA (LA and NY), one in London and one in Germany and was performed only 31 times.  Hence it is quite right to play what could be Roger’s last tour in 2010 and 2011 which represents the 30th anniversaries of the North American tour in 1980 and the European ones in 1981.

Waters and his band begin “The Wall” tour on Sept. 15 in Toronto. The show, which has only been performed 31 times before, will play 36 dates in North America — including two-night stands in Chicago, Philadelphia and Los Angeles — then move on to Europe for another 57 dates beginning in March. Waters says he’d like to take the show to other territories, including South America.

Show Production Technology

Roger said, “The engineering and technology has gotten better, especially the projection techniques,” Waters notes. “We can make a very bright image across the width of the arena, which we couldn’t do before.”

The Arrangement of the Songs

On the musical end, Waters says this version of “The Wall” will be closer to the Pink Floyd performances than to the 1990 exposition at Berlin’s Potsdamer Pltaz, which had to be arranged to accommodate his special guests. “Because it’s so visual, it means playing to clicks a lot,” Waters explains. “I personally don’t mind that. I’m happy to sacrifice the freedom of guitar players flailing about, doing anythign they want, on the altar of creating a show that moves people and that’s political and so on. It’s a piece of theater, so it has to be controlled…The lighting and the visual content has to be in sync with the music that we’re making. That doesn’t worry me at all.”


The original Wall concerts were filmed but not to a high enough standard to release as a DVD from past reports. Perhaps in the coming months, some clips of what was filmed will be shared on Roger Waters website.  That would certainly be a treat.  There are a few videos on YouTube (one posted below) of the original concerts being performed.  And there was also the “Lost Wall Documentary” filmed by a crewe member that was on sale a few years ago which showed the “behind-the-scenes” elements of The Wall tour.

Waters adds that he hasn’t thought about filming or recording during the tour but says that “it’s very unlikely we won’t film it at some point.” Pink Floyd’s production was documented aurally on “Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980-81,” which was released in 2000.

Band So Far

Roger Waters – Bass/Vox
Snowy White – Guitars
Dave Kilminster – Guitars
Venice – Backing Vocals

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