The third exhibition showcases a collection of photographs from the notorious Montréal concert held on 6 July 1977. This particular show is the catalyst for Roger Waters writing The Wall. It marked the conclusion of the In The Flesh tour.

A large portion of the audience at the concert displayed disruptive behavior, as a few individuals irresponsibly set off fireworks within the crowd (most notably during Pigs On The Wing, Part 2, Roger can be heard shouting at the individuals setting off the fireworks).

Later in the show, an overly enthusiastic fan began to approach Roger, prompting him to invite the fan closer. However, when the fan got too close, Roger spat in his face. Roger has expressed remorse for his actions, acknowledging that the incident prompted him to reflect on the growing disconnect between Pink Floyd and their fans, likening it to a metaphorical wall that had emerged between them.

The setlist was Sheep, Pigs On The Wing, Part 1, Dogs, Pigs On The Wing, Part 2, Pigs (Three Different Ones) *Intermission* Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V), Welcome To The Machine, Have A Cigar, Wish You Were Here, Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts VI-IX), Encore: Money, Us And Them, Drift Away Blues.

Go to Exhibition 1
Go to Exhibition 2

Above photos thanks to The Pink Floyd Research Group and Bloomz