Roger Waters Announces New 2022 Dates for Postponed Tour

In a recent video, Roger Waters has released a schedule for his previously postponed ‘This is Not a Drill’ Tour. The new video shows previous concert clips and showed Roger talking about the new tour. The tour was originally supposed to happen in North America in 2020 but was postponed due to Coronavirus. Now, the tour has been rescheduled.

Roger Waters is one of the most famous rock musicians as he spent many of his year playing with the band Pink Floyd. Roger Waters is often considered the creative mind of Pink Floyd as much of the band’s music is written by him. He played many roles in Pink Floyd’s performances including singing, playing the bass, playing the acoustic, and more. Roger Waters wrote most of the lyrics and much of the music for albums like ‘The Dark Side of The Moon’, ‘The Wall’, and ‘Animals’. All of these were massive hits and are still played pretty often today. 

In the 80s, Pink Floyd suffered a rift as the band started to fall apart. After releasing the Final Cut, the band fell into chaotic legal battles that ended with the dissolution of the band. You unfortunately cannot see Pink Floyd in concert anymore but, Roger Waters performs all of the Pink Floyd you could ever need in his shows. 

In total, there were 31 cities that were announced for the tour with some of the cities getting multiple shows. The tour will start on July 6th, 2022 in Pittsburgh and will end in Dallas on October 28th, 2022. So, as you can see this is going to be a pretty long tour! The tour is supposed to last the entirety of the summer with Roger travelling and performing all over the United States and Canada.

If you are interested in attending, the tickets can be found on his website as well as on sites like Ticketmaster. The tickets range anywhere from $50 to $600 depending on what kind of experience you would like. They have nose-bleed tickets all the way to ‘Platinum tickets’ that give you a VIP experience. If you would like to purchase tickets though you should go soon as they are selling fast!

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