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2012 Leg



27 Burswood Dome Perth Oz

28 Burswood Dome Perth Oz


01 Entertainment Cent Brisbane Oz

02 Entertainment Cent Brisbane Oz

04 Entertainment Cent Brisbane Oz

07 Rod Laver Arena Melbourne Oz

08 Rod Laver Arena Melbourne Oz

10 Rod Laver Arena Melbourne Oz

11 Rod Laver Arena Melbourne Oz

14 Acer Arena Sydney Oz

15 Acer Arena Sydney Oz

18 Vector Arena Auckland NZ

20 Vector Arena Auckland NZ

22 Vector Arena Auckland NZ

23 Vector Arena Auckland NZ



02 Estadio Stadium Santiago Chile

03 Estadio Stadium Santiago Chile

07 River Plate Buenos Aires Argent

09 River Plate Buenos Aires Argent

10 River Plate Buenos Aires Argent

12 River Plate Buenos Aires Argent

14 River Plate Buenos Aires Argent

15 River Plate Buenos Aires Argent

17 River Plate Buenos Aires Argent

18 River Plate Buenos Aires Argent

20 River Plate Buenos Aires Argent

25 Beira Rio Stad Porto Alegre Braz

29 Engenhão Stadium Rio Brazil


01 Morumbi Stad São Paulo Brazil

03 Morumbi Stad São Paulo Brazil


27 Foro Sol Mexico City Mexico

28 Foro Sol Mexico City Mexico


01 Toyota Center Houston TX

03 Frank Erwin Center Austin TX

05 BOK Center Tulsa OK

07 Pepsi Center Denver CO

11 AT&T Park San Francisco CA

13 Valley View Cent San Diego CA

15 US Airways Phoenix AZ

19 Mem. Coliseum Los Angeles CA

22 Rose Garden Portland OR

24 Key Arena Seattle WA

26 BC Place Vancouver CA

28 Rexall Place Edmonton CA

29 Rexall Place Edmonton CA

31 MTS Center Winnipeg CA


01 MTS Center Winnipeg CA

03 Xcel Energy Center St. Paul MN

05 Joe Louis Arena Detroit MI

06 Van Andel Grand Rapids MI

08 Wrigley Field Chicago IL

10 KFC Center Louisville KY

11 Con Fieldhouse Indianapolis IN

13 Philips Arena Atlanta GA

15 BankAtlantic Ft. Lauderdale FL

16 Amway Center Orlando FL

19 Bridgestone Arena Nashville TN

21 HSBC Arena Buffalo NY

23 Rogers Centre Toronto CA

25 Scotiabank Place Ottawa CA

26 Bell Centre Montréal CA

28 Times Union Center Albany NY

29 XL Center Hartford CT


01 Fenway Park Boston MA

03 Consol Energy Pittsburgh PA

06 Yankee Stadium New York NY

07 Yankee Stadium New York NY

09 RBC Center Raleigh NC

10 TWCA Charlotte NC

12 Verizon Center Washington DC

14 Citizens Bank Philadelphia PA

21 Les Plaines D'Abraham Québec

DVD's Featuring Roger

In The Flesh

The Wall 1990

Roger's Previous Albums (CD)

Music/ Body

The Wall 1990


Pros & Cons

Radio KAOS

Flickering Flame

Roger's Opera

Hybrid SACD & bonus DVD

Wall Tour Zone 2012



11 May AT&T Park
San Francisco CA

I attended the show early in the afternoon to walk around the beautiful ball park and take in the enormity of the stage and setup.

The roadies in the back were busy for 3 days setting everything up and when the show began it was a masterpiece of music, theater, and statesmanship.

It was an unusually warm day but the fog rolled in around show time and cooled everyone off including Roger who had to put on a black hoodie sweatshirt midway through the show to keep warm.

The sound was spectacular for those on the floor and speaking with a friend who was back in the stadium seats it was exceptional there as well. I liked the way he has tweaked the show since last time.

He has more live projections of the band members singing and playing and I noticed he had a shortened version of Another Brick in the Wall Part 2 which last time featured Harry Water’s doing a brief organ solo.

Most of the crowd was on their feet the whole time and the show stoppers of Run Like Hell and Comfortably Numb sent the crowd into a frenzy.

All in all only a few select artists can do a stadium show well and Roger the perfectionist has pulled off a piece of history. I only wish he isn’t finished playing after this tour……….

Review & above pictures thanks to Eric Meshel

IMO, I think this show is probably best viewed from the field.

I sat behind home plate for this show (or where the batter stands for those of you who understand cricket and not baseball). While the show it self was spectacular, I think for the people sitting far back, some if not most, would have felt left out or easily distracted.

Maybe it's just me. Lucky for me, I had a pair of killer binoculars that put Roger and all very close up otherwise you could barely tell what was going on as far as roger and the band.

Those towers on the field don't help either.

As for the show it self. I think the band sounded great! Placement of speakers were key to this and for us in the back, we could really hear that surround when it kicked in.

The one thing I didn't like about the show dealt with the projection. On both sides, and I first noticed it during "What Shall We Do Now?", they were projecting what was on Mr. Screen. And I understand that that is to the benefit of the people on the far left and right that can't see Mr. Screen directly, it is placed right over the vine of the flowers and breaks up the continuity (not sure if that is the right word for it) of the animation. And in my opinion, it would be like putting a thumbnail picture of the Mona Lisa directly on the canvas of the Mona Lisa. But none the less, it was a great show, but I think I like the indoor show much better. So far any way.

I am on the field at Wrigley and may ghave a different opinion for that show.

Review thanks to Thepinkfloyd

The end of Roger Waters "The Wall" show at AT&T Park on 5/11/2012. The Wall came down then the inflatable pig, already wounded from the start, finally came down and crowd surfed for the last time.

It looked the pig tore a leg when it was pulled over the left side of the wall during the rally. Then the wind coming off the cove pushed it into the crowd where it got torn some more before finally set loose back into the air. Then this happened...(above)

I saw bits of the pig being waved about by people as they cheered and walked away. RIP Rally Pig!

Roger Waters Tour San Francisco Tickets

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