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Roger Waters announces a new tour entitled Us & Them.

The Us + Them tour will launch in the U.S. on May 26 in Kansas City and wrap up on Oct. 28 in Vancouver. In between, he’ll play more than 40 dates in the States and Canada, including shows in Denver, Las Vegas, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Boston and Toronto. You can see the full list of tour dates below.

A press release has been released and promises the tour “will showcase highlights from Waters’ groundbreaking body of work.” Presumably, the 1973 song that gives the tour its name — “Us and Them,” from Pink Floyd‘s landmark The Dark Side of the Moon album — will be one of them.

“We are going to take a new show on the road, the content is very secret,” Waters says. “It’ll be a mixture of stuff from my long career, stuff from my years with Pink Floyd, some new things. Probably 75 percent of it will be old material and 25 percent will be new, but it will be all connected by a general theme. It will be a cool show, I promise you. It’ll be spectacular like all my shows have been.”

The press release also notes that Waters’ stage show feature a state-of-the-art audio-visual production and quad sound, and hints that the upcoming concerts will include even more spectacular sights and sounds.

This will be Waters’ first tour since The Wall Live, which ran from 2010-13. That world tour reached more than four million fans and, according to the press release, “remains the highest grossing tour by any solo artist in history.”

Tickets for Roger Waters – Us + Them are now on sale.


April 28th Update: New Touring band

There has been a lot of speculation and discussion regarding Roger planning to change his band for the upcoming tour,
Entitled Us & Them the new tour kicks off on the 26th May at the Mo Sprint Center, Kansas City, the tour is based loosely around Rogers career with Pink Floyd and as a solo artist, We cannot confirm how much material will be from his career as a solo artist but with a new album Is This The Life We Really Want? coming to our shelves on the 2nd June we can assume a fair portion will be from this long anticipated release.

Those who followed Wednesdays “Time Talks” Conversation with Roger and Jon Pareles will have seen that it has been confirmed the touring band has indeed had a drastic change and we will no longer see some familiar faces we have been acustomed to over the years.

Joey Waronker
An American drummer and music producer. He is best known as a regular session musician of both Beck and R.E.M., and as member of the experimental rock bands Atoms for Peace and Ultraísta.

Gus Seyffert
An American bass and guitar player. He is best known for his work with American rock band The Black Keys.

Jonathan Wilson
is an American Guitarist and record producer based in Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles. He has an exensive reseme of work including proudcer credits with a familar floydian face Roy Harper

Drew
(keyboards, Roger couldn’t remember his surname)

Jess Wolfe & Holly Laessig
Jess and Holly are both known primarily for their work with Lucius, a four piece indie pop band from Brooklyn, New York.The band has two studio albums to date and was named  one of the best live acts in 2015.

The familiar faces include Ian Ritchie (Saxophone), Jon Carin (Keyboards/Guitars/Vocals/Lapsteel), Dave Kilminster (Lead Guitar)


February 21st Update : New / Extended Dates

Due to overwhelming demand, eleven new dates* have been added to Roger Waters North American Us + Them tour, including a third show at Los Angeles’ Staples Center and a second at Denver’s Pepsi Center.

Listed Below Are The New / Extended Dates
You can find ALL tour dates and information on the venues for the rest of the tour in the menu bar on the left hand side of this page.

June 4th
Pepsi Center
Denver, CO
June 10th
Oracle Center
Oakland, CA
June 27th
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
July 1st AT&T Center San Antonio, TX
July 8th Smoothie King Center New Orleans, LA
July 29th BMO Harris Bradley Center Milwaukee, WI
August 13th Bridgestone Arena Nashville, TN
September 21st Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland, OH
September 23rd Times Union Center Albany, NY
September 24th XL Center Hartford, CT
October 22nd MTS Centre Winnipeg, MB

January 20th Update : The resistance begins today.